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McKee backs three new bond questions seeking combined $350M

PROVIDENCE – Gov. Daniel J. McKee's proposed fiscal 2023 budget includes three bond questions for the November ballot with a combined $350 million price...

URI study finds hopeful messaging important in raising vaccination rates

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – As COVID-19 continues to surge across the country, with Rhode Island recording a record number of new single-day cases earlier this...

Former URI tennis coach pleads guilty in college admissions case

BOSTON (AP) — A former Georgetown University and University of Rhode Island tennis coach pleaded guilty Monday in Boston federal court in the college...

A Turf Farmer That Never Stops Growing

When it comes to making your business smarter, sometimes it pays to talk to your dad. For Kingston Turf Farms, a multi-generational turf grower in...
THE UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND'S Fascitelli Center for Advanced Engineering is 190,000 square feet and features a metal truss support system that eliminates the need for interior support columns. COURTESY UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND

URI officially opens $125M Fascitelli Center for Advanced Engineering

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – The University of Rhode Island officially opened its $125 million engineering center on Monday morning in a ceremony attended by more...
GOV. GINA M. RAIMONDO took the lead Thursday in announcing a second round of Innovation Campus funding aimed at commercializing academic research./PBN FILE PHOTO/DAVE HANSEN

Raimondo, URI announce new round of Innovation Campus funding

PROVIDENCE – Gov. Gina M. Raimondo and University of Rhode Island President David M. Dooley on Thursday announced a second round “RI Innovation Campus”...
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Justin Sirotin
OCTO Product Development founder

Justin Sirotin | OCTO Product Development founder Justin Sirotin’s resume shows a large range of industrial design clients, from industrial equipment to sporting goods, pool...
Thomas M. Ryan, former chairman, CEO and president of CVS Health, and his wife Cathy Ryan have made the largest private gift in the University of Rhode Island's history. The $35 million gift will be split into three parts: $24 million will go to the George & Anne Ryan Institute for Neuroscience, $10 million will establish the Thomas M. Ryan Scholars program and a $1 million challenge grant will go toward upgrading facilities for men's and women's basketball. / COURTESY UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND

URI receives $35M gift from Thomas and Cathy Ryan

SOUTH KINGSTOWN - Former CVS Health Corp. Chairman, CEO and President Thomas M. Ryan and his wife, Cathy, made a $35 million contribution to...

Most-read stories on PBN.com, July 2019

1. PBN names inaugural slate of 25 Over Fifty-Five winners POSTED ONLINE: JULY 12. Providence Business News announced 25 winners for its inaugural 25...
URI PRESIDENT David Dooley earned $426,333 in compensation from the university during 2018. Does his salary fit expectations and performance for his office? / PBN FILE PHOTO/ MICHAEL SALERNO

Is URI President David M. Dooley’s salary too large, too small...

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...

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