Our faculty are dedicated teachers, mentors, researchers, and members of the Bryant community. They are an essential component of Bryant's academic quality, which has been recognized by U.S. News & World Report, The Princeton Review, and Barron's.
Bryant makes it a priority to hire professors with outstanding credentials, a passion for teaching, and extensive professional experience in their field.
Recruitment of such accomplished faculty has become extremely competitive. Endowed professorships and chair positions, like the Norman Sarkisian Chair in Financial Services, provide powerful incentives for faculty to join and enrich the Bryant community.
Support Quality Education
You can establish a named, endowed chair or visiting professorship with a commitment of $1.5 million. This can either be paid over a three to five year period or it can be part of your estate plan, to be funded at a later time.
Supporting Bryant faculty is one of the most significant and visible ways that you can directly enhance the quality of a Bryant education.