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The agreement provides Bryant students with enhanced opportunities to pursue advanced studies in the Doctor of Pharmacy program.
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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.
Smart Women in Finance, a new student organization on campus, is hosting the event as part of Alumni Engagement Day March 24.
Opportunity to sign pledge, initiated by Hanin Alsaleh ’18 (Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, available following a panel discussion about supporting a community of diverse beliefs.
Muslim Chaplain at Wesleyan University will share his hopeful message, “Finding Harmony in Our Journey of Faith” on Feb. 14.
The program is part of a larger institutional initiative to reimagine higher education.
They join colleagues in the departments of Accounting, Applied Psychology, 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.
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