Faculty Salary Review Committee


Name Department College Term Expires
Joyce Garczynski, Chair Library Library 2020
Melissa Groves Economics CBE 2020
Diane Luchese Music COFAC 2020
Amanda Jozkowski, Stats Consultant  Occupational Therapy and Occupational Science CHP 2020
Rian Landers-Ramos Kinesiology CHP 2022
Michael Duffy Electronic Media & Film At-Large (Lecturers) 2022
Tara Ryan Nursing

At-Large (Nursing)

Patricia Bradley Inclusion & Institutional Equity ex officio & non-voting NA
Gary Levy Associate Provost for Academic Resources and Planning, Provost's Office  ex officio & non-voting  NA
Amanda Jozkowski Statistical Expertise Representative CHP NA


The Faculty Salary Review Committee meets once a semester and more frequently if necessary.


  1. To monitor and review salaries of all faculty at the University, with regard to competitiveness with peer institutions; gender equity; relative equity across colleges and departments; and issues of compression.
  2. To advocate by a variety of means, including statistics and studies, for fair and equitable salary compensation for all faculty at the University.
  3. To assemble data and reports on faculty salaries following a three year cycle.
  4. To track problems related to faculty salary compression, inversion, retention/competitiveness, and any actions taken by the Provost to address such issues within a three year cycle.
  5. To make recommendations for implementing adjustments to faculty salaries within available funds.
  6. To make recommendations on minimum floor salaries to be used at each rank.
  7. To ensure that faculty salary information is being collected.
  8. To request each year of the Provost’s Budget Office the following faculty salary data and related information: current average salaries and ranges by rank, gender, years of service, and other relevant variables for each college and the library; comparison data of average salaries at all ranks for peer institutions; actions taken in the previous year to address faculty salary compression, inversion, retention/competitiveness.
  9. To provide RPAC with an annual report on faculty salaries at the University.
  10. To provide a report every three years on the status of faculty salaries to the Academic Senate. The committee is authorized to request that the Provost’s Budget Office conduct analyses of faculty salary issues for this report, using methods that replicate the Towson University Faculty Salary Task Force Final Report of November 2012 and/or using new methods that are generally accepted in the literature on salary equity issues.