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- Prof. Day comments in article headlined "Does Donald Trump defy satire?"
- Prof. Gravier offers import/export strategies for the year
- Prof. Bryant comments about German research into Nazi-era euthanasia camps
- Prof. Louton quoted in WSJ article on preferred stocks
- Prof Louton: Fiscal policy for the long run: Is Trump up to the challenge?
- Prof. Louton offers ideas for breaking out of investment rut
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They join colleagues in the departments of Accounting, Finance, History and Social Sciences, Management, Marketing, and Mathematics.
“You really get to see how in-depth the students go,” one panelist says. "We asked some pretty tough questions and I didn’t see one student get flustered," another notes.
Spearheaded by Elizabeth Oluokun ’18 and Liam Rice ’17, "Rally for a Reason" offered "a visible commitment to inclusivity.”
Finance Professors Peter Nigro and David Louton are in high demand for post-election financial markets analysis and 2017 outlook.
Academy Award-winning actor Geena Davis leads a powerful slate of keynote speakers, plus 23 workshops and panels. Registration opens Jan. 19.
Through the annual case competition, Bryant students gain insight into PwC, the profession, and issues faced by global business leaders.
The grant from the Warren Alpert Foundation will help Bryant's School of Health Sciences to develop an integrated Health Care Management program, which will join the school's Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies.
The chapter, which has won National Best Chapter six times in the last 10 years, qualified for the final round in October.
The assignment was part of Global Foundations of Organizations and Business, a three-credit component of Bryant’s nationally recognized First-Year Gateway.
The building was recognized by Athletic Business Magazine for its design and ability to "flex" between an athletic space and a formal event space.
This year's sessions include a workshop on sexual violence and bystander intervention, and a case-based discussion about ethical leadership for professionals.
"I hope the tone of this election has not turned people off to running for office or working to elect others,” she says.
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