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Kyl was paid $75k a year for lectures, advisory work & co-teaching a single seminar

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Jon Kyl speaking at an event hosted by the ASU School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership as part of his employment at ASU, for which he was paid $75,000 annually, largely to be a guest lecturer. /Photo by Gage Skidmore / Flickr

 

By Jim Small  | Arizona Mirror

Arizona State University has explained, at least partially, what former U.S. Sen. Jon Kyl has done for the school since 2013 to earn a hefty paycheck.

Mostly, he has been a guest lecturer and advisor, and he has helped attract other high-profile speakers for ASU.

“Since beginning his work at ASU, Senator Kyl has supported work across multiple schools, institutes and initiatives, providing dozens of guest lectures, public talks and advising on policy issues facing the state, nation and the world in which the university is engaged on developing solutions,” said ASU spokeswoman Katie Paquet.

ASU provided a list of Kyl’s work, which includes:

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