Impact of Giving
Large enough to accommodate entire teams working out together in one rotation, the new 10,000-square-foot facility gives athletes "the best chance to reach their ultimate potential."
Financed by record philanthropy, Bryant Builds will add more than 250,000 square feet in dramatic new facilities dedicated to academic programs and athletics.
This component of Bryant Builds includes construction of the Bulldog Strength and Performance Center, an indoor practice facility, and more.
The funds will help each foster collaboration with universities around the world.
The Institute is the go-to source for RI public officials to acquire skills, training, and research to help them become more effective leaders.
Employing technology made possible by a gift from an anonymous donor, a seminar room is transformed into a space that allows students to engage in applied learning.
Bryant set a bold goal of 250 donors for the day. By midnight, and in response to challenge from alumna, 291 donors took part.
As a participant in the Archway Investment Fund class, "I was surrounded by discussions of current events in the business world and I found myself wanting to work harder in order to make the portfolio a success."
For more than 30 years, Mary L. Dupont and her husband Robert K. Decelles have generously supported Bryant, including establishing an annual scholarship and an endowed scholarship.
Most recently, the Foundation funded the Rhode Island Manufacturing Renaissance Project conducted by the John H. Chafee Center for International Business, resulting in the formation of the Manufacturing Renaissance Collaborative.
Within their son’s first year on campus, the O'Keefes witnessed the positive impact that the University and its lacrosse program had on their son and made a generous gift to Black & Gold men’s lacrosse.
To ensure future generations have the opportunity to create a strong foundation, the Browns have made one of the largest gifts in Bryant’s 151-year history.