By: Mike Vukovcan

Pittsburgh (KDKA)- The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette ran a story today listing the top paid employees in 2009 at the University of Pittsburgh.

The story was based on just released 2009 IRS filings.

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Here are some of the highlights from the story from the Post-Gazette:
*Basketball coach Jamie Dixon’s total compensation for 2009 was $1,692,852. That included $694,453 in base salary, $838,500 in bonus and incentive compensation as well as other non-cash compensation.

*Former football coach Dave Wannstedt’s total compensation for 2009 was $1,434,331. That included $546,587 in base pay, $825,000 in bonus and incentive compensation and other non-cash income.

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*Arthur Levine, senior vice chancellor for health sciences and dean of Pitt’s school of medicine, total compensation was $803,707.

*Pitt Chancellor Mark Nordenberg’s total compensation was $691,413.

*Pitt Athletic Director Steve Pederson’s total compensation for 2009 was $599,807.

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In case you’re wondering, new Pitt football coach Todd Graham reported compensation for 2011 will be $2 million. I wonder how Dixon feels about that?