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RONALD K. MACHTLEY'S presidency at Bryant University has been extended through 2022. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Bryant extends Machtley’s contract through 2022

SMITHFIELD – Bryant University has extended President Ronald K. Machtley’s tenure through June 30, 2022, the university announced Friday. Machtley has served as the university’s...
RICHARD SIEDZIK is the director of information security and planning at Bryant University. / COURTESY BRYANT UNIVERSITY

Five Questions With: Richard Siedzik

Bryant University recently hosted a cybersecurity panel discussion for businesses. The goal was to get conversations going on organizations’ readiness and/or vulnerabilities – with...
FORBES MEDIA Chairman and Editor-in-Chief Steve Forbes will be the keynote speaker at the seventh annual Bryant University Northeast Entrepreneurship Conference on March 3.

Steve Forbes to speak at Bryant entrepreneurship conference

SMITHFIELD – Steve Forbes, chairman and editor-in-chief of Forbes Media, will be the keynote speaker at the seventh annual Bryant University Northeast Entrepreneurship Conference...
RICK LEMIEUX, certified information technology professional, co-founder and chief revenue officer of itSM Solutions in South Carolina, will be one of the featured panel members at Bryant University’s cybersecurity breakfast discussion on Feb. 23. / COURTESY BRYANT UNIVERSITY

Bryant University to host panel discussion on cybersecurity

SMITHFIELD – The Executive Development Center at Bryant University will hold a cybersecurity panel discussion breakfast on Friday, Feb. 23, with three experts offering...
ICE MELT: The Elizabeth River, out of Hong Kong, offloads 60,000 tons of salt at the Port of Providence. The salt is sourced from the interior of Egypt and is used as ice melt. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

R.I. bids to become a statewide foreign trade zone. Who will...

Rhode Island, which sometimes is at a disadvantage trying to lure or expand business because of its small size, now hopes to use that...
BRYANT UNIVERSITY'S three-day design-thinking boot camp, known as Innovation and Design Experience for All, provides an opportunity for students to develop and apply innovative solutions to problems put forward by local businesses.

Bryant IDEA program allows students to work with local businesses

SMITHFIELD – Now in its sixth year, Bryant University’s three-day design-thinking boot camp, known as Innovation and Design Experience for All, or IDEA, saw...
THE UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATIONS' endowment grew at the fastest rate of any local college from fiscal 2016 to fiscal 2017 at 16.8 percent. / COURTESY URI

Report: Local college and university endowments grew in fiscal 2017 across...

PROVIDENCE – The endowment of every college and university in Rhode Island and Bristol County, Mass., increased in value by more than 7 percent...
CHERYL W. SNEAD, founder, CEO and president of Banneker Industries Inc., a North Smithfield-based, integrated logistics and supply-chain management company, photographed in her headquarters building. / COURTESY BANNEKER INDUSTRIES

Cheryl Snead, founder, CEO and president of Banneker Industries, dies

NORTH SMITHFIELD – Cheryl W. Snead, CEO and president of Banneker Industries Inc., and long an advocate for advancement of women, died Monday following...
BROWN UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT Chistina H. Paxson earned $1,067,491 in total compensation in 2015, the highest amount of any private college in the Providence metropolitan area for the year. / COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY

Report: Brown, Bryant, JWU lead region in private college executive compensation

PROVIDENCE - Brown University President Christina H. Paxson was the highest-compensated higher education executive in the Providence metropolitan area, according to the Executive Compensation...

Is Rhody a player for Amazon HQ2?

In an introductory video for the Rhode Island pitch to Amazon.com, Gov. Gina M. Raimondo describes Rhode Island as a “small pond in a...
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