Is URI President David M. Dooley’s salary too large, too small or just right?

In a field that more and more pays its chief executives for fund-raising and politics as well as more traditional administrative duties, public-university presidents can draw six- and even seven-figure compensation packages. University of Rhode Island President David M. Dooley earned $426,333 in 2018, according to the Chronicle of Higher Education, compared with the median…

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