Impact of Giving
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.
A dozen students for whom summer income is critical to attend Bryant are now able to accept top-tier internships that offer little or no pay.
One example: Endowing a scholarship that ideally supports a Bryant undergraduate who is or has been a foster child.
Eileen Cioe ’69 and her brother, Robert Cioe ’73, established the Joseph and Brigida Cioe Endowed Scholarship, to be awarded to a full-time Bryant student from Rhode Island studying Finance.
The gift from Siro ’57 and Roberta DeGasperis will create a source of continuing funds to build and strengthen students’ leadership skills and character; provide student service learning opportunities; and support educational programs or academic courses that focus on teachings of the Church and Catholic faith.
The facility is the East Coast's largest indoor practice facility in the NCAA I New England region.
The scholarship will be designated for the kind of hard-working College of Business student that Edmund Lorenzo ’68 and his wife Marguerite feel is sometimes overlooked for financial aid.
Global entrepreneur is CEO and co-founder of international telecommunications carrier and consultancy business APTelecom LLC, an award-winning company specializing in emerging markets.
Alphonse Lucarelli's gift was motivated by his appreciation for how much his Bryant education and the guidance of his faculty mentor contributed to his career success.
Workouts are more efficient and more enjoyable; "team best" and "personal best" scores are on the rise.