|University of Massachusetts||Collins, Michael F||Chancellor & SVP Hlth Sciences||$784,468|
|University of Massachusetts||Flotte, Terence R||Exec Dep Chanc Provost & Dean||$712,041|
|University of Massachusetts||Lovley, Derek R||Associate Dean CNS||$664,636|
|University of Massachusetts||Kellogg, Derek W||Head Basketball Coach||$628,624|
|University of Massachusetts||Murphy, Joyce A||Exec VC, Commonwealth Medicine||$590,320|
|University of Massachusetts||Caret, Robert L||President, University of Mass||$503,881|
|University of Massachusetts||Pagnam, Charles J||VC,Development||$485,578|
|University of Massachusetts||Rock, Kenneth L||Chairman of Department||$419,433|
|University of Massachusetts||Molnar, Charles E||Head Football Coach||$401,250|
|University of Massachusetts||Sullivan, John L||Professor||$397,824|
|University of Massachusetts||Jenal, Robert E||Exec VC, Admin & Finance||$389,495|
|University of Massachusetts||Czech, Michael P||Professor||$384,593|
|University of Massachusetts||Kiefe, Catarina I||Chairman of Department||$358,767|
|University of Massachusetts||Wilson, Jack M||Interim Dean, Engineering||$348,846|
|University of Massachusetts||Pugnaire, Michele P||Sr Assoc,Dean of Education||$333,679|
|University of Massachusetts||Polakoff, David F||Chief Medical Officer, CWM||$332,713|
|University of Massachusetts||Russell, Thomas P||Distinguished Univ Prof,UMA||$332,328|
|University of Massachusetts||Julian Jr, James R.||Executive Vice President||$329,591|
|University of Massachusetts||Finch, John||Deputy Director||$328,067|
|University of Massachusetts||Staros, James V||Provost/VC for Academic Aff||$327,472|
|University of Massachusetts||Thorndyke, Luanne E||Vice Provost Faculty Affairs||$326,045|
|University of Massachusetts||Fuller, Mark A||Dean, School of Management||$322,791|
|University of Massachusetts||Jacobson, Allan S||Professor||$319,240|
|University of Massachusetts||Muthukumar, Murugappan||Wilmer D. Barrett Professor||$313,297|
|University of Massachusetts||McNamara, James P||Exec Dir,Ofc of Tech Mgmt||$303,811|
|University of Massachusetts||Motley, James Keith||Chancellor||$301,405|
|University of Massachusetts||Abdelal, Ahmed||Provost||$299,537|
|University of Massachusetts||Moloney, Jacqueline||Executive Vice Chancellor||$299,537|
|University of Massachusetts||Mercurio, Arthur M||Professor||$298,803|
|University of Massachusetts||Allison, Jeroan J||Professor||$298,644|
|University of Massachusetts||Reppert, Steven||Chairman of Department||$295,129|
|University of Massachusetts||Meehan, Martin||Chancellor||$293,925|
|University of Massachusetts||Molrine, Deborah C||Assoc Professor||$291,683|
|University of Massachusetts||Matthews, Charles Robert||Chairman of Department||$288,559|
|University of Massachusetts||Pearson, Susan||Associate Chancellor||$286,632|
|University of Massachusetts||Carruthers, Anthony||Dean,Grad Sch of Biomed Sci||$285,582|
|University of Massachusetts||Seymour Route, Paulette A||Dean, Grad School Of Nursing||$283,962|
|University of Massachusetts||Houghton, Jeanmarie||Assoc Professor||$283,025|
|University of Massachusetts||Williams, Marcellette G||Senior Vice President||$282,996|
|University of Massachusetts||Croft, William B||Distinguished Univ Prof,UMA||$279,243|
|University of Massachusetts||Nakosteen, Robert A.||Professor U of M||$277,679|
|University of Massachusetts||Leto, Michael A||Vice Chan for Dev & Alumni Rel||$275,295|
|University of Massachusetts||Yestramski, Joanne||Vice Chancellor||$273,441|
|University of Massachusetts||Malone, Michael F.||VC Research & Engagement||$272,893|
|University of Massachusetts||Towsley, Donald F.||Distinguished Professor||$272,615|
|University of Massachusetts||Kurose, James F.||Distinguished Univ Prof,UMA||$267,658|
|University of Massachusetts||Floyd, Steven W||Professor U of M||$267,254|
|University of Massachusetts||Clarke, Lori Ann||Chrm.Of Department U of M||$263,249|
|Bridgewater State University||Mohler-Faria, Dana A||President||$262,429|
|University of Massachusetts||Plummer, Deborah L||VC, HR, Diversity & Inclusion||$259,890|
|Chief Medical Examiner||Nields, Henry M||Chief Medical Examiner||$257,500|
|University of Massachusetts||Hallock, Robert B.||Distinguished Univ Prof,UMA||$256,578|
|University of Massachusetts||Chiu, Edward||Vice Chancellor||$255,988|
|University of Massachusetts||Litwin, Demetrius||Physician (Dual)||$255,880|
|University of Massachusetts||McCutcheon, John F||Athletic Director||$255,767|
|University of Massachusetts||Karellas, Andrew||Professor||$255,497|
|University of Massachusetts||Leney, Mark D||Asst Professor||$253,139|
|University of Massachusetts||Trafford, Pamela S||Senior Lecturer II||$252,591|
|University of Massachusetts||Greiner, Dale L||Professor||$252,404|
|University of Massachusetts||Agoglia, Christopher P||Professor U of M||$250,853|
|Fitchburg State University||Antonucci, Robert V||President||$250,499|
|University of Massachusetts||Dubach, John F.||CIO/Spec Asst to Chancellor||$250,143|
|University of Massachusetts||Palmer, Richard N||Head of Department||$249,519|
|Middlesex Community College||Cowan, Carole A||President||$248,764|
|University of Massachusetts||Langley, Winston||Provost & VC Academic Affairs||$247,882|
|Department of Police||Wilson, David W||Lieutenant||$247,821|
|University of Massachusetts||Finberg, Robert W||Physician (Dual)||$247,641|
|University of Massachusetts||Kneeland, Michael D||Assoc. Dean for Allied Health||$247,154|
|University of Massachusetts||Thibodeau, Marc A||Executive Director CHCF, CWM||$245,934|
|University of Massachusetts||Sheehan, James P||Vice Chancellor Admin&Finance||$245,815|
|University of Massachusetts||Heard, Stephen O||Physician (Dual)||$244,599|
|University of Massachusetts||Geller, Jeffrey L||Professor||$244,561|
|Mount Wachusett Community College||Asquino, Daniel M||President||$244,261|
|University of Massachusetts||Thomas, William D||Asst Professor||$243,901|
|University of Massachusetts||Kida, Thomas E.||Professor U of M||$243,646|
|University of Massachusetts||Groblewski, Thomas A||Asst Professor||$242,825|
|University of Massachusetts||Onorato, Patti||Deputy COO, CWM||$242,128|
|University of Massachusetts||Goldberg, Robert J||Professor||$242,005|
|Bunker Hill Community College||Fifield, Mary L||President||$241,699|
|University of Massachusetts||Johnson, Julia V||Physician (Dual)||$240,882|
|Department of Police||O'Grady, John F||Lieutenant||$240,766|
|University of Massachusetts||Cavanagh, Stephen J||Dean, Nursing||$240,693|
|University of Massachusetts||Vasil, Nancy||Assoc VC Admin & Finance||$240,308|
|University of Massachusetts||Kim, Jean||Vice Chancellor Student Affair||$240,264|
|Massachusetts College of Art||Barrett, Dawn B||President||$240,000|
|University of Massachusetts||Riley, Jeannette||Interim Dean Col Arts And Scie||$239,662|
|University of Massachusetts||Peters, Linda M L||Cont Ed Instructor||$239,644|
|University of Massachusetts||Bradley, Raymond S||Distinguished Professor||$239,514|
|University of Massachusetts||Martin, Joel W.||Vice Provost U of M||$238,681|
|University of Massachusetts||McIlvane, William||Executive Director Shriver Ctr||$237,941|
|University of Massachusetts||Goodwin, Steven D||Dean College Natural Sciences||$237,901|
|University of Massachusetts||Gao, Guangping||Professor||$237,500|
|University of Massachusetts||Hayes, John R||Assoc VC,Development||$237,470|
|Salem State University||Meservey, Patricia M||President||$236,609|
|University of Massachusetts||Agha, Iqbal||Chrm.Of Department U of M||$236,034|
|University of Massachusetts||Chmura, Thomas Joseph||Vice President||$235,992|
|Department of Police||Glidden, Todd M||State Police Trooper,1st Class||$235,817|
|University of Massachusetts||Calhoun, Alan James||Exec Dir of Health Services||$235,761|
|University of Massachusetts||Kennedy, John Francis||Vice Chancellor Univ Rel||$235,061|
Batali bursts into town with Babbo
Mario Batali’s arrival in Boston seems to cement the Innovation District’s transformation from grit to glitz.
Roche Bros. unveils downtown store
The two-level shop will operate largely in a space previously occupied by Filene’s Basement in Downtown Crossing.
Anthony Fantano brings Needle Drop to Middle East
The online music reviewer will host an evening of music chatter, both serious and lighthearted.
National Guard called out in Baltimore as police and youth clash; 15 officers injured
Protesters in Northwest Baltimore looted stores, set fires, and pelted police in riot gear with rocks Monday, hours after Freddie Gray, the black man who has become the nation’s latest symbol of police brutality, was laid to rest amid emotional calls for justice and peace.
At least 15 police were injured and two were hospitalized.
Professional rescuers from Boston help in Nepal effort
A Boston-based rescue service for international travelers said it would send helicopters and medical teams to Mount Everest.
Villages near Nepal earthquake’s epicenter are desperate as death toll tops 4,000
Three days after Nepal’s worst earthquake in 80 years, the official death toll had risen to more than 4,000, and humanitarian aid was starting to flow to the capital.
Katmandu’s airport had been so overloaded by aid and passenger planes that incoming flights sat for hours on the runway.
The Telling Room gives young immigrant writers a voice
The Portland program uses storytelling to foster personal and artistic growth in young people, many from refugee and immigrant families.
Global effort to help Nepal earthquake victims intensifies
The desperate effort to save lives in earthquake-ravaged Nepal intensified Monday as aid flights arrived carrying emergency medical teams, search-and-rescue equipment and tarpaulins for shelter.
City Councilor wants free sunscreen dispensers in Boston parks
Boston City Councilor Matt O’Malley wants free sunscreen dispensers installed in all of Boston’s parks and playgrounds.
New study finds strong link between weather extremes, global warming
The moderate global warming that has already occurred as a result of human emissions is responsible for about 75 percent of daily heat extremes and about 18 percent of precipitation extremes, scientists reported Monday.
Supporters work to build support for deal with Iran; Kerry, Zarif meet at UN
The Obama administration moved on two fronts Monday to advance its nuclear diplomacy with Iran, with talks between top US and Iranian diplomats and an aggressive effort to sell the emerging deal to skeptical American lawmakers and others.
At Fruitlands Museum, photos of Afghanistan, nature’s exploitation
Photography shows at the Fruitlands Museum look at Afghanistan and man exploiting nature.
It’s all about Hillary Clinton, not the country
Until she flips that equation, the former secretary of state can’t run the campaign she wants to run.
Court weighs excessive force against inmates awaiting trial
Amid a growing national debate over police use of force, the Supreme Court struggled Monday with a related question of claims of excessive force against jail officials by people who are accused but not yet convicted of crimes.
Ukraine leader sees country ready for EU entrance in 5 years
Ukraine’s president said at a high-level summit with European Union officials Monday that his country will be able to meet conditions to apply for EU membership within five years.
Blur, ‘The Magic Whip’
Beloved ‘90s Britpop quartet Blur stage a strong reunion on its new album “The Magic Whip” out Tuesday April 28.
Boomers, rejoice! 60 is the new 50
So long as the definers of age keep moving the goalpost, boomers may never have to grow old.
John Kerry deploys culinary diplomacy for foreign visitors
US Secretary of State John Kerry has shown off the city’s emergent culinary scene to international dignitaries, including, most recently, the prime minister of Japan.
Prosecutor says 2 exams found Colo. theater gunman to be sane
A prosecutor declared Monday that two mental health evaluations found Colorado theater gunman James Holmes to be sane. It was the first public word on what different psychiatrists determined after examining the former neuroscience student accused of killing 12 people and wounding 70 at a midnight ‘‘Batman’’ premiere.
Iranian general says Saudi Arabia will soon be toppled
A senior Iranian general said Monday that the leadership of Saudi Arabia, a regional rival, was on the edge of collapse and would be toppled soon, “God willing.”
Saudi-led bombardments on Yemen are “shameless and rude and an affront to all Islamic values,” said General Mohammad Ali Jafari.