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.
Taking a leap of faith, he traveled more than 2,200 miles from Managua to attend Bryant where he's learned "as long as you really want something, there is always a way."
Her hands-on management of the $850,000 Archway Investment Fund is opening doors with prospective employers who are taking note of her experience in financial markets.
Through athletics, student organizations, and in the classroom, the lessons in leadership "taught me a lot about myself."
The International Business major praises Bryant's program for giving him the skills and confidence to take over in India when Hanna Instruments reassigned his general manager.
Spring semester guests included Sergei Khrushchev, who spoke about Ukraine and Russia, and diplomat Charles Freeman, interpreter for Nixon on historic trip to China.
Participants celebrate the partnership that has put a Sophomore International Experience within reach.
She's built a successful international career upon a solid Bryant foundation of undergraduate and graduate programs in accounting, business, and entrepreneurship.
A senior partner at PwC Canada, she considers the relationship-building skills learned early in her childhood and further developed at Bryant as the key to her success.
The Intercultural Center's popular Global Community Hours, one of Bryant’s signature initiatives to help build cultural competency, offer meaningful exposure to a wide variety of cultures and economies.