Impact of Giving
Catherine Parente '78 was often the only woman in her classes at Bryant while studying to be an accountant, and she became the first woman to be named partner at her firm. In honor of her parents who instilled a good work ethic, Parente established a scholarship as part of Bryant's capital campaign.
Partnering with the Warren Alpert Foundation to advance the School of Health Sciences expands academic offerings and provides new opportunities.
Alumnus calls on classmates to contribute to revitalizing The Comfort - Bryant's former campus bar and gathering space.
Located in the Chace Wellness Center, the touchscreen and interactive multimedia display commemorate the accomplishments of more than 100 members inducted since 1987.
The grant from the Warren Alpert Foundation will help Bryant's School of Health Sciences to develop an integrated Health Care Management program, which will join the school's Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies.
The most recent gift from Howard '60 and Barbara Gorham reflects high regard for the value of education, ongoing devotion to Bryant.
Santander grant supports cross-cultural research and collaboration that inform Professor Tebaldi's expertise on income inequality; Handa gift enhances work of CGRES.
William Piccerelli '64 combined immediate gift with multi-year pledge, adding nearly $70,000 to previously established fund for accounting majors.
The Late Richard A. “Dick” Capobianco ’53 and his wife, Geraldine, received 2016 Outstanding Alumni Award; Jeffrey Fryer ’91 and Kimberly (Roy) Fryer ’92 are 2016 Outstanding Parents.
Sept. 23 set for unveiling of Academic Innovation Center; stadium complex, including Strength & Conditioning Center, to be dedicated Sept. 24 in name of David M. ’85 and Terry Beirne.
The gift to the Partners in Scholarship Fund from Skip Hebert '72 and his wife, Katherine, "is our way to provide a significant bump up in aid for students."
Though separated from Bryant by years and miles, the San Diego, CA, resident uses technology and travel to cultivate his Bryant connection.