It is the fifth time in a decade that Bryant has won the coveted award. The Bryant chapter also won the organization's 2014 Best Networking award.
The new four-course part-time program reinforces Bryant’s growing strength in analytics, often referred to as “big data.”
The businesswoman shared her ideas about what it takes to succeed, including imagination, creativity, and youthful enthusiasm.
The event is part of the Trustee Speaker Series and is held in collaboration with the Student Arts and Speaker Series.
"Expanding the World of Opportunity: The Campaign for Bryant’s Bold Future" is the largest fundraising effort in the University’s history. The philanthropy will support new facilities, academic programs and endowed faculty chairs, and scholarships.
The rise of Bryant's rankings in the past decade reflect the growing awareness of the University's academic innovation and reputation.
More than 6,200 competed for admission; nearly half of the 867 first-year students applied Early Action or Early Decision, testimony of their interest in attending Bryant.
In addition to welcoming the Class of 2018, new faculty members include Elena Precourt, Kai Kim, and Julie Volkman.
The Unistructure's iconic dome in the Koffler Rotunda gets a facelift thanks to new acrylic panels.
Bryant students are tagging Instagram photos of themselves with #Bryantintern14 in a contest run by the Amica Center for Career Education through Aug. 1.
For his senior capstone, Lemieux rose to the challenge posed by the imperfections of using real data.
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.