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Faculty, students, staff and alumni rise to the challenge of the inaugural Innovation Design Experience for All Jan. 21-23.
The Providence Journal reports on Bryant's inaugural Innovation Design Experience for All (IDEA), the latest component of the University's nationally-recognized First-Year Gateway.
In an article about the growing number of business schools taking steps to prepare global leaders, Bryant's new IB study-abroad program in Salamanca, Spain, draws notice.
Fall's global foundations courses have set the stage for a 72-hour immersion into teamwork and creative problem solving that begins for 155 teams of students Jan. 21.
The Providence Business News takes a look at how colleges and universities, including Bryant, are revisiting, revamping or augmenting their core curricula in order to better meld creative and technical learning and teaching, encourage experiential learning, and improve the way they measure students' success.
The New York Times takes a look at the path that brought men's basketball coach Tim O'Shea to Bryant and to the "most important victory in Bryant University’s short N.C.A.A. Division I history — a 56-54 win Sunday against Boston College, his alma mater."
Lecturer Thom Bassett, an authority on Civil War Gen. William Sherman, recently toured Civil War battlefields in preparation for a book he is writing. His travels took him to the new Museum of the Confederacy - Appomattox, which he reviewed for the blog Civil War Memory.
Business leaders need to be aware of staff complaints, Prof. Michael Roberto says in this Fortune.com article focusing on Walmart employee protests.
Groundbreaking for the unprecedented Shu Fang Zhai project will be in spring 2013 as part of the University's 150th anniversary celebration; discussions continue for a joint venture with Beijing Institute of Technology, Zuhai.
A "very large portion" of Rhode Island's population lacks the skills needed in the labor market, Bryant economist Edinaldo Tebaldi tells the Providence Business News.
On the eve of the Nov. 6 election, Bryant faculty members Michael A. Roberto and James Segovis, who teach leadership and management, discuss the qualities that have led past U.S. presidents to success.