In its letter, Bryant says "the terms of our February 25 proposal go well beyond" what state law requires, and seeks a written response from the Town Council.
This year’s conference features keynote speakers Ken Bain, Ph.D., author of "What the Best College Teachers Do," and Kristin Fraser '94, '99 MBA, managing partner of the Providence office of KPMG LLP.
Sandra Enos, Ph.D., professor of Sociology and Service Learning, is being honored this month in a photo exhibition of "Rhode Island Women of Distinction."
In its letter to Dennis Finlay, Bryant says it "is disappointed ... that the Town Council has declined to publicly discuss the proposal" and urges council members to accept the University's generous offer.
Throughout her career, Cheryl Merchant has worked to create opportunities for people and organizations.
Students pursuing Bryant's Bachelor of Science in Biology engage in a program with two unique and defining features: intensive real-world experience and extensive real-time mentoring.
State-of-the-art addition is being built for the inaugural program – Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies.
During their second year, Bryant PA students will take part in 15 months of hands-on training through specialty rotations provided by Southcoast and other partners.
During their second year, Bryant PA students will take part in 15 months of hands-on training through specialty rotations provided by Care New England Health System and other partners.
The agreement grants the use of the Alpert Medical School facility for key aspects of Bryant’s new Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies program.
The second annual Innovation and Design Experience for All immersed first-year students in design thinking: inspiration, ideation, and implementation, followed by iteration.
Rabbi Amy Levin, president of the Rhode Island State Board of Rabbis, will present a keynote focusing on “strengthening society with the values of our faith."