University of Nebraska to Pay First Vice Chancellor for Diversity and Inclusion $250,000

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Marco Barker was named to the new position as Vice Chancellor for Diversity, and will “shape the policies, protocols and practices needed to advance diversity, equity and inclusion in recruitment, retention, education and research efforts across the university.”  He will start April 1, and is set to earn $250,000 for the diversity position.  Critics are concerned that white conservative Christian males will be targeted for scrutiny.

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln announced eits first vice chancellor for diversity and inclusion, who will earn about $250,000 per year, the school said Monday.

Marco Barker was named to the new position Monday and will start April 1, according to the Omaha World-Herald on Tuesday. He is set to earn $250,000 for the diversity position, Nebraska spokeswoman Leslie Reed confirmed to The Daily Caller News Foundation.

Diversity officers, which can include some variation of a chancellor, provost, or dean, earn on average around $175,000 per year, according to Campus Reform.

Meanwhile, the median salary for physicians and surgeons’ is equal to or greater than $208,000, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The average salary for a diversity official is around $175,000.

Barker will lead the university’s diversity office to help “shape the policies, protocols and practices needed to advance diversity, equity and inclusion in recruitment, retention, education and research efforts across the university,” Nebraska’s website said.

“The vice chancellor reports to the executive vice chancellor/chief academic officer and serves on the chancellor’s cabinet, reporting progress on annual metrics on diversity and inclusion to the chancellor,” the school added.

Barker previously worked in other diversity roles at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Louisiana State University and Westminster College in Utah. He will also serve as an associate professor of practice appointment in educational administration, according to Nebraska’s website.

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