Christiana Bardsley ’13, ’14 MBA, Assistant Professor Eileen Kwesiga reflect on benefits of consulting project: a business plan for a guesthouse to benefit the organization.
"If you’re looking for a deeply personalized undergraduate degree, Bryant is for you," according to College Factual ranking published in USA Today.
The International Business major praises Bryant's program for giving him the skills and confidence to take over in India when Hanna Instruments reassigned his general manager.
“I’m an outgoing person, so I really liked getting ... deeply involved" with Bryant, he says. Board work offers "an excellent opportunity to continue giving back."
Project-focused academic and campus life experiences, as well as connecting with a broad array of students, faculty, and alumni, created a rich four-year experience for this recent grad.
The newest edition written by CIS Prof. Kenneth Sousa draws "from the latest developments and practices from the field" and "combines a wealth of case studies and real-world examples."
Many of the University’s student-athletes broke conference and school records while earning high marks in academics.
Using what they've learned in the classroom, the three-student team bests 80 others with a winning proposal for one family's savings and investment.
Bryant's individual attention, multiple research opportunities, and the option to personalize her major bring Vickers a step closer to career as a chief sustainability officer.
Just a few years after sketching ideas for MyWebRoom.com in Hall 2, Artem Fedyaev ’12 and John Gonzalez ’12 have a thriving company.
In becoming a marketing major, Ulloa gained skills in mathematical analysis. She leveraged those skills during an internship at Liberty Mutual Insurance – an experience that yielded a full-time job there.
University bestows three honorary degrees, presents diplomas to 754 graduates praised by President Machtley for their "confidence, swagger."