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- Prof. Coakley article on middle managers and change in the AMA Quarterly
- Prof. Murray discusses the "income-disparity myth"
- Trust academics to design classrooms of the future, President Machtley says
- Prof. Bryant discusses his latest book
- Providence Journal covers 20th annual Women's Summit
- Prof. Dean discusses her book "Unconventional Politics: Nineteenth-Century Women Writers and U.S. Indian Policy"
- Commentary: Bryant's temple of sweat is a triumph
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Daniel Borgia, Ph.D., has 15 years' experience leading higher education programs for Chinese students in the U.S. and China. He succeeds Bryant Zhuhai Founding Dean David Lux, Ph.D.
The two-week trip for 66 students is part of Bryant's signature international course that culminates in a faculty-led visit to the country they studied.
Goal of gift from Richard Leto ’73 and his wife, Bonnie: to create and sustain an environment that promotes a wise and balanced relationship with food.
Approximately 900 first-year students will join the Bryant community this fall. The Class of 2021 excels in academic achievement and community service experience.
Author/journalist Harriet Rubin offers perspective at crossroads of art, society, business, leadership
During her week-long residency, the Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow worked with faculty and students in courses ranging from a history class on trends in modern thought to a management class on power and influence.
Wide-ranging sessions and one-on-one meetings give Class of 2021 and their parents their first real impression of what life at Bryant is like.
For the University’s student theatrical group, success goes beyond a great performance. Every production tests their creativity, dedication, and skills gained through their Bryant educations.
The updates complement the nationally-ranked program's offerings in human resource management and global supply chain management.
The Bryant marketing professor will receive the American Marketing Association Sales SIG Excellence in Teaching Award.
India Association of Rhode Island celebrates Madan Annavarjula's “commitment to preserve, foster, and honor the diverse social, cultural, and educational heritage of India.”
Robert Jay Amrien exemplified the qualities of Bryant's Master of Physician Assistant Studies Program when he responded to a call for help, saving a passenger's life.
Bryant's inspiring sense of community begins at Orientation and carries through freshman year with Gateway, IDEA and a "strong human element" providing connection.
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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