As director of the popular student-run event, Abigail Blecker took concepts learned through IDEA and management and psychology courses, and ran with them.
Participants learn essential interpersonal skills and are trained to recognize and respond to signs of distress and crisis.
Bryant ranked 49th, continuing a steady rise in the rankings; employers ranked Bryant 18th, affirming the University's strength in preparing students for success.
Thirty contestants competed for a chance to win the top prize of $20,000 in a competition designed to spotlight enterprising alumni and students and to support promising new business ideas.
A panel of alumni experts explores the many roles social media plays when it comes to finding and keeping customers and securing sales.
Three seasoned entrepreneurs — Daryl Crockett ’82, Scott DePasquale ’94, and Jay Weinberg ’85 — offer advice for taking the leap into business ownership.
In the 20-plus years since Professor Jack Keigwin, an Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year, taught Leadership and Entrepreneurship, Bryant’s accomplished faculty and alumni continue to inspire and nurture legions of young entrepreneurs.
What does it take to succeed as an entrepreneur? Here are some lessons learned, offered by successful entrepreneurs among the Bryant family.
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.