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THE CHRONICLE of Higher Education has released new information on the compensation of more than 1,400 private school chief executives across the nation in 2016. / COURTESY CHRONICLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION

Paxson, Bowen, Machtley remain top 3 highest-paid R.I. school chief executives...

PROVIDENCE – Each of the top three 2016 highest-paid Rhode Island private school executives were compensated more than $800,000 that year, with the highest...

Elorza signs sister-city agreement between Providence and Zhuhai, China

PROVIDENCE – Mayor Jorge O. Elorza joined city officials, Bryant University President Ronald K. Machtley and a delegation from Zhuhai, Guangdong Province, People’s Republic...

Bryant approaches healthy goals via data analysis

Healthiest Employees: 500-1,999 Employees | #6. Bryant University CEO (or equivalent): Ronald K. Machtley, president Number of employees: 729Bryant University takes an analytics approach to the...
BRYANT UNIVERSITY's Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies program has received full-accreditation status from the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant, the first program in the state to receive such distinction. / COURTESY BRYANT UNIVERSITY

Bryant’s physician assistant program receives full accreditation

SMITHFIELD – The Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies program at Bryant University has been granted full accreditation by the Accreditation Review Commission...
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...
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MICHAEL SALERNO

Most-read interviews on PBN.com, 2017

1. Five Questions With: Ronald K. Machtley. Posted online: Feb. 20. Bryant University President Ronald K. Machtley explains why the university’s creation of a...
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...
BRYANT UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT Ronald K. Machtley gave the keynote speech at the 2017 Business Excellence Awards dinner. He emphasized how worthy all this year's winners were for their accomplishments. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

R.I. business community toasts PBN’s 2017 BEA winners

PROVIDENCE – Providence Business News and the Rhode Island business community took time out Wednesday evening to celebrate the people and companies chosen to...
REWIRING EDUCATION: Bryant University’s Academic Innovation Center includes breakout rooms for study and project work that support group learning. Here, Catherine Emond, class of 2017, writes on a glass board with other members of her study group engaged as well. / COURTESY BRYANT UNIVERSITY

Bryant’s Innovation Center is transforming teaching, learning

INNOVATIVE COMPANIES | EDUCATIONBryant University’s visually striking Academic Innovation Center, which opened September 2016, is designed to shun passive learning and lengthy lecturing. Instead,...

500-1,999 Employees | 3 | Bryant University | Longtime Bryant program...

CEO (or equivalent): Ronald K. Machtley, presidentNumber of employees: 659From Weight Watchers meetings to the Family Meal Planning Nutrition series and the annual Faculty/Staff...
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