The May 24 event focuses on the interconnectedness of world economies. Topics include geopolitical dynamics, corporate infrastructures, supply chain trends, and more.
Robert Jay Amrien exemplified the qualities of Bryant's Master of Physician Assistant Studies Program when he responded to a call for help, saving a passenger's life.
Bryant's inspiring sense of community begins at Orientation and carries through freshman year with Gateway, IDEA and a "strong human element" providing connection.
Working with Bryant faculty and students, the Lincoln School group learned to embrace a methodology that enriches learning and problem-solving skills.
The Nineteenth Century Studies Association acknowledged her outstanding research and teaching contributions by presenting to her the 2017 President's Award.
In Prof. Ratcliffe's Management 200 course, the payoff of planning, leading, organizing, and controlling helps to sustain a local nonprofit that works with children.
The award places her in "an elite club of excellence" and recognizes her "extraordinary career potential,” says director of Bryant Scholars.
The annual event included 83 sessions celebrating "the scholarly and creative efforts" of more than 700 students and more than 90 faculty and staff who are "following their passions to explore the environment and advance knowledge."
Survey of the Class of 2016 shows an impressive payoff: median first-year salary of $57,000, and 99 percent of graduates were employed or enrolled in graduate school within six months of Commencement.