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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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University also ranked No. 25 in student satisfaction and in top 50 in percentage of undergraduates who complete an internship.
More than 600 students, faculty, staff took part in 100-plus presentations, including the inaugural Teaching Slam of innovative and effective teaching strategies.
The University is one of 300 schools worth the investment, the publication says. The rankings are based on tuition, school quality, graduation success rates, and post-grad earnings.
Wheeler has a strong track record of designing and implementing innovative, interdisciplinary, and entrepreneurial graduate programs.
A high-profile panel of political experts and media personalities fielded broad questions in a lively discussion.
The award presented Ray Fogarty '79 recognizes his decades of commitment to international trade education and training, and his leadership in the field.
Faculty are reimagining how they will teach in the Academic Innovation Center, Bryant's groundbreaking resource for experiential learning.
Workouts are more efficient and more enjoyable; "team best" and "personal best" scores are on the rise.
The award, won by Quinn Massaroni, recognizes an undergraduate college student who best reflects the ideals of innovation, good government, refined writing, and communication skills.
The right skills (writing, critical reading, ability to summarize), internships, business awareness, and affiliations contribute to high admit rate.
Award-winning journalist Hedrick Smith is the keynote speaker for a day that highlights the Bryant community's collaborative scholarship in action.
Guest speakers at the top of their game will speak with students and faculty, offer career advice, networking opportunities.
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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