Under the support and guidance of faculty mentors, Bryant Scholars pursue a path that prepares them to compete for prestigious awards – such as Fulbright, Truman, Marshall, and Schwarzman scholarships – that advance their academic research and careers.
Who is a Bryant Scholar?
A Bryant Scholar is committed to thinking, questioning, and pursuing meaningful work that promotes scholarship in any or all of the following:
- Scholarship of Discovery: academic work that advances knowledge by conducting empirical research, historical investigation, theory development, and other scholarly inquiries
- Scholarship of Integration: working across disciplines using data in a meaningful way to connect ideas and produce new insights and knowledge in order to respond to intellectual problems and pressing human needs
- Scholarship of Application: the practice and application of the outcomes of academic discovery toward the benefit of individuals, groups, corporations, and society as a whole
- Scholarship of Engagement: teaching, research, and/or service applied to promote public good and to address pressing social, civic, and ethical problems in a community or society
Prestigious national and international scholarships and fellowships, including Fulbright, Marshall, Truman and Schwarzman awards, are available to undergraduate and graduate students.
To apply for these highly competitive awards, you must be nominated by Bryant. Learn more about some of the major opportunities we support.
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To become a Bryant Scholar:
- submit a screening form to the director of Bryant Scholars;
- attend orientation events;
- participate in a review process;
- apply for scholarships that require institutional endorsement.
The Review Council
The Bryant Scholars Review Council includes deans and faculty who provide resources, support, and guidance to students who are applying for awards that require institutional support.
To learn more about Bryant Scholars, please contact Edinaldo Tebaldi, Ph.D., the director of Bryant Scholars and Associate Professor of Economics.