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- Providence Journal covers 20th annual Women's Summit
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The award places her in "an elite club of excellence" and recognizes her "extraordinary career potential,” says director of Bryant Scholars.
The annual event included 83 sessions celebrating "the scholarly and creative efforts" of more than 700 students and more than 90 faculty and staff who are "following their passions to explore the environment and advance knowledge."
Survey of the Class of 2016 shows an impressive payoff: median first-year salary of $57,000, and 99 percent of graduates were employed or enrolled in graduate school within six months of Commencement.
Steve Wozniak – Apple co-founder, inventor of the Apple I and II computers, and an engineer at heart – had a lot of wisdom to share about life and business.
Daytime classes are canceled April 12 so that students, faculty, staff can participate in research presentations, roundtable discussions, showcases of creative expression, more.
Owner and operator of RPB Marine chose Bryant because "I didn’t want average."
Four entrepreneurs, three of them Bryant alumni, from a variety of industries will discuss what it takes to succeed in a demanding field that requires ingenuity, passion, and drive.
The groundbreaking IT course includes intensive mentoring from Hasbro executives, which helps connect theoretical concepts to real-world business environments.
Profs. Qin Leng and Hong Yang used used advanced biotechnology techniques to discover the mechanism of this rare preservation of biomolecules.
Long, whose language and marketing skills are in demand at Chafee Center and travel agency, heads to grad school in China after Commencement.
In a conversation hosted by President Machtley, the world-changing innovator will share what he's learned since 1976 when he and Steve Jobs created the Apple computer.
The programs are designed for working professionals who seek to enhance their expertise and make a meaningful impact on important domestic and international issues.
Bryant magazine is published by the Division of University Advancement three times annually for an audience including alumni, parents, and friends of the University.
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