University of Florida President-elect W. Kent Fuchs speaks during a press conference at Emerson Alumni Hall in Gainesville last month. Fuchs is coming from Cornell University, where he served as provost. He will make about $1,040,000 per year in base salary and an annual deferred payment at the University of Florida.
University of Florida President-elect W. Kent Fuchs speaks during a press conference at Emerson Alumni Hall in Gainesville last month. Fuchs is coming from Cornell University, where he served as provost. He will make about $1,040,000 per year in base salary and an annual deferred payment at the University of Florida. Doug Finger AP
University of Florida President-elect W. Kent Fuchs speaks during a press conference at Emerson Alumni Hall in Gainesville last month. Fuchs is coming from Cornell University, where he served as provost. He will make about $1,040,000 per year in base salary and an annual deferred payment at the University of Florida. Doug Finger AP

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