Sophomore International Experience participants have prepared all semester for business presentations, service learning, cultural experiences in Argentina, Chile, China, Germany, Spain, Malaysia, Singapore, and Italy.
The Federal Reserve's actions this week will help savers and provide banks greater incentives to lend, says Professor of Finance and Sarkisian Chair in Financial Services Peter Nigro, Ph.D., a leading authority on financial saving, credit risk, and fair lending issues.
Upon learning that some AIF stocks were underperforming, Seawolf Capital's Ed Fasano '98 arranged for students to run "buy" recommendation past influential colleagues featured in "The Big Short."
Yahui Zheng ’15 presented her project, "How Big Data is Used in the Accounting Field," at the Teradata Partners Conference.
University is among few in New England to offer this specialization within Bryant's Financial Planning program. It consists of seven courses and an internship.
Time magazine picks up on the findings of his seminal paper, published in 1997, that used historical data and psychological diagnostic tools to rank U.S. presidents.
The appointment underscores Annavarjula’s role in growing the university’s nationally recognized undergraduate and graduate international business offerings since he came to Bryant in 2006.
More than 180 students from 16 schools competed for cash prizes during the tournament-style competition hosted on campus.
Richard Fisher '14H shares insights about the U.S. and global economy with students, faculty, parents, alumni, and guests on Wall Street.
The exceptional results qualified Diwas Puri '17 for a scholarship and prompted King of Bhutan to release his parents, political prisoners for a decade.
Many good people strive to better the world despite daily horrors, says Elizabeth Smart, who endured nine months of captivity when she was 14.
There are 144 Bryant students studying abroad this semester. Of that number, 11 are in Aix-en-Provence, France. All have full access to University support systems.