Brian Herman, the next vice president for research at the University of Minnesota, will make a base salary of $305,000, plus $15,000 a year in "supplemental retirement."
That's according to his contract, which I got from the U today.
Herman will start Jan. 1, pending the Board of Regents' approval. Read more about him here.
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