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- Computerworld includes Bryant CIO on its 2015 list of Top 100 IT Leaders.
- How much should politics guide your global investments? Economics Prof. Edinaldi Tebaldo weighs in.
- University announces partnership with Beijing Institute of Technology, Zhuhai.
- Smart leaders seek dissent, Management Prof. Michael Roberto says in "Why good leaders love office conflict," an article in Success magazine.
- Finance Prof. Peter Nigro discusses the importance of credit scores.
- Bryant marketing students and sales competitions are hot properties for employers, Wall Street Journal reports.
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The schools included in Princeton Review's new book, "Colleges That Pay You Back" provide a high "return on education" because their affordable, quality academic programs lead to "great careers."
The taxation case competition is part of the annual xTREME Games sponsored by PwC. The Bryant students faced teams from Binghamton, Penn State, BYU, and Texas A&M.
Glenn M. Sulmasy, J.D., L.L.M., of the United States Coast Guard Academy will join the University's visionary executive leadership team in creating a new model for innovative education.
An award-winning educator and expert on interpersonal communication, Samter "has inspired countless students and challenged them to view communication from different perspectives."
At Bryant, this finance major developed a head for business; now he's brewing beers with a nod to his Latino heritage.
The March 13 event will feature Sallie L. Krawcheck, chair, Ellevate network; TODAY co-host Hoda Kotb; legal analyst Mel Robbins.
The Ideation Lab and Bello 102 serve as a testing ground for Bryant's Academic Innovation Center, the Providence Business News reports.
The inspirational hour of music, prayer, and spiritual message will be held Thursday, Feb. 5. Father Brilhante '06 will speak about “Seeking Peace in a Troubled World.“
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.
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