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- Forbes reports on findings of Finance Prof. Jack Trifts who tracked career paths of mutual-fund managers to see if success depended on investment performance.
- New rankings by Money Magazine position Bryant well (#86) and among top 10 for some students
- Management Prof. Roberto analyzes Market Basket saga
- Bryant business program among nation's top 10, according to College Factual.
- "Gender Differences in Executives' Access to Information," a research paper co-written by Finance Prof. Can Inci, provides the first evidence of gender differences in executive trading activity.
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Bryant students are tagging Instagram photos of themselves with #Bryantintern14 in a contest run by the Amica Center for Career Education through Aug. 1.
For his senior capstone, Lemieux rose to the challenge posed by the imperfections of using real data. He and his faculty mentor, Dr. Billie Anderson, present findings at a major conference next month.
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.
"If you’re looking for a deeply personalized undergraduate degree, Bryant is for you," according to College Factual ranking published in USA Today.
“I’m an outgoing person, so I really liked getting ... deeply involved" with Bryant, he says. Board work offers "an excellent opportunity to continue giving back."
Project-focused academic and campus life experiences, as well as connecting with a broad array of students, faculty, and alumni, created a rich four-year experience for this recent grad.
The newest edition written by CIS Prof. Kenneth Sousa draws "from the latest developments and practices from the field" and "combines a wealth of case studies and real-world examples."
Using what they've learned in the classroom, the three-student team bests 80 others with a winning proposal for one family's savings and investment.
Many of the University’s student-athletes broke conference and school records while earning high marks in academics.
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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