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- Providence Journal covers 20th annual Women's Summit
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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 the American Institute of Architects/Rhode Island Chapter and Athletic Business Magazine for outstanding design.
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.
In the spotlight for Analytics Using SAS Day: health sciences, retail marketing, predictive modeling, and visualization.
The series of conversations builds "community and identity for our Arts and Sciences students," Dean Wendy Samter says.
For many Bryant faculty members whose expertise includes the political arena, the 2016 presidential election is a living teaching lab.
He will work with other R.I. college and university students to build awareness and secure resources for student entrepreneurs.
Their joint program, the Fantastic Girltastic Code Company’s App Challenge, encouraged girls to develop passion for STEM fields.
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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