URI’s Dooley earns $426K in 2018

PROVIDENCE – University of Rhode Island President David M. Dooley earned $426,333 in 2018, according to a Chronicle of Higher Education report issued this week. Dooley’s compensation ranked him the No. 169 highest-paid president of a public university in the United States of the 268 included in the report. Dooley earned $369,200 the year prior.…

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Our Superintendent of Schools in Middletown makes over $165K. It is a shame we have over 36 school districts in this state. And we are not getting a good education from K to 12.

    I don’t know what is happening but I think it is the teachers unions! They just keep funding the same old constituents because they are on their side. They support them for lousy educations. We are the fifth state in the union with the highest union membership. Check it out at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Union_affiliation_by_U.S._state

    I think if we had a education system like MA does we would be humming along. And we are last, 50th in terms of doing business in this state.

    Thanks for listening,

    Kevin