We thought we recognized the name Mark J. Perry — it was back in 2018 when the economics professor calculated that the University of Michigan had a staff of around 100 people devoted to diversity, equity, and inclusion at a cost of about $11 million a year — full tuition for 765 Michigan students.

Now Perry has the numbers for Ohio State University, which he says pays around $13 million a year for its army of “diversicrats” — enough to send 1,120 students through school.

The top earners are the associate vice president of the office of institutional equity ($289,600), the associate vice president of talent and diversity and leadership ($262,395), and the vice provost of diversity and inclusion ($256,892).

It doesn’t seem very equitable that the top earner makes $289,600 while the poor program assistant at the bottom makes only $26,490.