More than 330 students and 85 faculty/staff members have collaborated on the 100 presentations scheduled for the April 24 event, ranging from sessions on “U.S. Women, World War II, and Letter Writing” to “Secularism and Interfaith: Does It Matter What You Believe?”
Led by the vice minister of education for the People’s Republic of China, representatives from China University of Geosciences (Wuhan) and the Beijing Institute of Technology Zhuhai visited campus April 7th.
The undergraduate business program is among the nation’s best, rising 7 points in the 2013 Bloomberg Businessweek rankings released March 20. Last May, a separate Businessweek evaluation of 14 specialty business programs ranked Bryant’s undergraduate International Business Program 27th in the nation, and the entrepreneurship program shot up 26 points to a rank of 71st.
The Advanced Applied Analytics Center is envisioned as a hub of professional collaboration and a strategic resource for businesses and organizations that increasingly rely on analysis of big data.
"Business in Beijing, Bogota, or Brisbane is very different. Yet, with a Bryant pedigree you’re well prepared ... to succeed,” one winner says.
The Providence Journal reports on the excitement generated by Bryant men's basketball -- the "Cinderella team that's the most improved in the country."
Essential personnel are asked to report to work as scheduled. Students are encouraged to remain on campus, refrain from driving, charge laptops, cell phones, and other devices. (UPDATED Feb. 8 with hours of operation for Bryant Center, Wellness Center, Krupp Library)
Faculty, students, staff and alumni rise to the challenge of the inaugural Innovation Design Experience for All Jan. 21-23.
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."