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- President Machtley discusses traits of innovators
- Prof. Roberto a bestselling case author
- Prof. Freiner commentary on recent Japanese election
- Prof. Gravier on supply chain success during crisis
- What's a good credit score? Prof. Inci discusses
- RINPR features Dunhuang exhibition
- Prof. Roberto on telling hard truths at work
- Amica Center's Kevin Gaw on achieving happiness and career contentment
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Four entrepreneurs, three of them Bryant alumni, from a variety of industries will discuss what it takes to succeed in a demanding field that requires ingenuity, passion, and drive.
Profs. Qin Leng and Hong Yang used used advanced biotechnology techniques to discover the mechanism of this rare preservation of biomolecules.
Long, whose language and marketing skills are in demand at Chafee Center and travel agency, heads to grad school in China after Commencement.
In a conversation hosted by President Machtley, the world-changing innovator will share what he's learned since 1976 when he and Steve Jobs created the Apple computer.
Expectations are steep, with students handling market research, search engine optimization, writing, client management, branding, content marketing, and more.
Bryant programs for undergraduates and MBA candidates deliver experiential learning opportunities that are a critical component for postgraduate success.
The agreement provides Bryant students with enhanced opportunities to pursue advanced studies in the Doctor of Pharmacy program.
Bryant University is committed to the pursuit, recognition, and celebration of academic excellence.
The May 24 event focuses on the interconnectedness of world economies. Topics include geopolitical dynamics, corporate infrastructures, supply chain trends, and more.
The annual event, expected to draw 500, is hosted by the University's award-winning chapter of the Collegiate Entrepreneurs' Organization.
The global finance leader and former professor at Dartmouth's Tuck School of Business will develop a fixed income portfolio sequence to complement the successful equities portfolio.
Located in the Chace Wellness Center, the touchscreen and interactive multimedia display commemorate the accomplishments of more than 100 members inducted since 1987.
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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