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We updated the ASU employee salary database. What do you want to know?

Tell us what stories you would like to see published in The State Press

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Graphic published on Thursday, Feb. 6, 2020.

In 2017, The State Press started publishing the salaries of ASU employees to increase transparency in the University community. We just updated the database with 2019 salaries, and now we want to hear from you. 

What questions do you have about ASU employees and their salaries? Are there stories we haven't reported that you would like to see published in The State Press?

Our best stories have come from connecting with our readers, and that starts with listening to the communities around us and the people within them. 

Using the database, we've published stories about discrepancies between male and female deans' salaries, and we don't want to stop there. 

Most recently, we've reported on students' reports of poor leadership and other unaddressed allegations within an ASU theatre program, how multicultural Greeks struggled to find a home in the new Greek Leadership Village and more.

And we wouldn't have been able to tell those stories without you. 

Last year, The State Press launched Asking Arizona, a project that aims to increase our communication with the University and its surrounding community, and we hope you will contribute. 

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As an institution, we need our reporting to represent our diverse audience, and we fail if our reporting never reaches those who would be most impacted by it.

If you ask us the question, we promise to dig into the answer and see what we can find. So please — from us at The State Press — let us know how we can better serve and inform our community, and in turn, you.

Is there something you want to see us cover that we haven't? Email

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