The award, won by Quinn Massaroni, recognizes an undergraduate college student who best reflects the ideals of innovation, good government, refined writing, and communication skills.
The team credits cohort collaboration for developing an unconventional business model incorporating a business-to-government strategy.
Award-winning journalist Hedrick Smith is the keynote speaker for a day that highlights the Bryant community's collaborative scholarship in action.
Guest speakers at the top of their game will speak with students and faculty, offer career advice, networking opportunities.
The Bryant team used SAS tools to analyze data about motor vehicle crashes involving minors. Their presentation provides insight, recommendations.
Six alumni were honored for their career success and involvement with Bryant; Management Prof. Coakley received Distinguished Faculty Award.
First-year students are coached and challenged by faculty, staff, and alumni and student mentors in this high-impact accelerant that teaches design thinking and rapid prototyping.
Challenges and frustrations eventually give way to understanding at the National Model United Nations Conference attended by members of Bryant club.
Jeff Boss, highly decorated during his 13 years of military service, will speak on campus March 24 as part of a day-long visit focused on success.
Members play an important role in promoting equity, strengthening Rhode Island’s economy, and “showing the leaders of tomorrow they can do anything they set their mind to."
Edward Kairiss, Ph.D., joins visionary leadership team creating a new model for innovative education.
Alumna, speaking publicly about 2013 attack in Boston, notes that President Machtley, Public Safety, and field hockey teammates helped her return to campus.