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- The Providence Business News reports on the IB Senior Practicum and the benefits its delivers to students, companies and the state's economy.
- Bryant's global supply chain management program is a "hot new MBA," according to the Wall Street Journal.
- The Providence Business News looks at the roots of Kati Machtley's passion for education and mentoring.
- The Providence Journal reports on the University's 150th Commencement ceremony held May18.
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The Wall Street Journal article notes that a handful of universities, including Bryant, "have recently introduced undergraduate majors, M.B.A. concentrations and even entire degree programs dedicated to" supply chain management. Associate Professor Teresa McCarthy, director of Bryant's program, says employers are taking note."
This video features excerpts from the Student Charge presented by David Hurley '13 to his fellow classmates and graduation day photos shared by the graduates through social media.
Watch this archived presentation of our undergraduate Commencement ceremony, which was streamed live on Saturday, May 18.
At 150th Commencement, noted historian urges Bryant grads to provide 'energy, innovation, creativity'
Author Jon Meacham addresses Class of 2013; at Graduate School ceremony, banker Joseph MarcAurele reflects on leadership; Machtley announces anniversary year dedicated to making a difference in world hunger.
Bryant experts, business and political leaders will provide insight on global economic forecast trends as part of the event. Guest speakers include CBS News' Senior Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger.
Four leaders in humanities, business, and efforts to end world hunger will be honored: author Jon Meacham, Catherine Bertini of the U.N. World Food Program, Navyn Salem of Edesia Global Nutrition Solutions, and Joseph J. MarcAurele of Washington Trust Company.
"We are carefully monitoring all events linked to the Boston bombing suspects, as we continue to keep those affected by Monday's tragedy in our thoughts and now mourn the loss of an officer at MIT," president tells campus.
More than 330 students and 85 faculty/staff members have collaborated on the 100 presentations scheduled for the April 24 event, ranging from sessions on “U.S. Women, World War II, and Letter Writing” to “Secularism and Interfaith: Does It Matter What You Believe?”
The average college president stays seven years. Ron Machtley, in partnership with his wife, Kati, has steered the Bryant ship for 17 years. The Providence Journal takes a look at their dedication to Bryant - and to one another.
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