Students and alumni at Brandeis University are calling for their school to end the high pay dished out to someone who doesn't "punch a clock" for his part-time work: ex-president Jehuda Reinharz.
Reinharz was paid $1.2 million by Brandeis since stepping down in 2010. According to the Boston Globe, which is calling for a pay cut for him as well, Reinharz currently pulls down a $287,500 salary, but that will drop to $180,000 next year. He earned $500,000 when he left just to advise the incoming president.
As a result, he has received a combined $1.4 million from the university and his work advising the Mandel Foundation.