Working with Chinese researchers and archaeologists, professors Yang, Leng, and their students identified short periods of drought that opened new areas for rice farming.
The distinctive graduate business program offers international consulting experiences while learning about conducting business in other cultures.
In their senior-year practicum, students work as consultants to help businesses with aspects of their international strategies. To prospective employers, the experience "looks fantastic."
The decade-long vision positions Bryant to become first American university with a presence in Zhuhai and the only U.S.-China joint business program in Guangdong Province.
The week of intensive classes at Guangdong Electric Power Design Institute "allowed us to get into the very competitive executive training market in China.”
SIE often is the first time Bryant students use a passport. For many, the experience leads to further study abroad, international internships, or both.
The Academy of International Business selected Bryant to host the conference because of the University's strong International Business program and outstanding work by Bryant IB faculty.
Globalization and contemporary African youth culture were the topics covered by Alex Perullo, associate professor of anthropology, African studies, and music.
Prof. Stanley Baran's lecture series presented at China University of Geosciences in Wuhan was so successful that he, Dean David Lux were appointed Guest Professors.
Since 2005, the U.S.-China Institute at Bryant has forged partnerships that offer students and faculty broad global perspectives and experiences.
His educational path led from Burundian refugee camps, to CCRI, to Bryant, where, as a transfer student, "I was inspired by everyone I met." Now, "the sky's the limit."
Christiana Bardsley ’13, ’14 MBA, Assistant Professor Eileen Kwesiga reflect on benefits of consulting project: a business plan for a guesthouse to benefit the organization.