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Hogan Is U of I's Top-Paid Springfield Employee

Former University of Illinois President Michael Hogan's new $285,100 professor's salary makes him the highest paid employee on the school's Springfield campus.

Only one other University of Illinois-Springfield employee makes more than $200,000 a year. That is Vice President and Chancellor Susan Koch at $220,000.

Hogan resigned as president under pressure from faculty unhappy over his management style and plans for the university. He became a history professor when his resignation as president took effect at the end of June but is first spending a year on sabbatical.

Among his new colleagues in the UIS history department only two make more than $100,000.

Hogan will teach two classes a year when he begins teaching in 2013. Most of his colleagues teach six.

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