Machtley: ‘We will lose our competitive advantage’ if colleges don’t reopen in fall

RONALD K. MACHTLEY, who is retiring June 30 after 24 years as president of Bryant University, told Providence Business News that the U.S. will lose its competitive advantage in the world if colleges do not reopen in the fall. / COURTESY BRYANT UNIVERSITY
RONALD K. MACHTLEY, who is retiring June 30 after 24 years as president of Bryant University, told Providence Business News that the U.S. will lose its competitive advantage in the world if colleges do not reopen in the fall. / COURTESY BRYANT UNIVERSITY
SMITHFIELD – As local colleges are putting together their respective reopening plans for the fall semester after having to close their campuses in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, outgoing Bryant University President Ronald K. Machtley made it clear Thursday to Providence Business News the importance of campuses reopening to students in the fall. If…

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