Other campuses seeking ways to enhance active learning increasingly turn to Bryant successes rooted in Ideation Lab and Bello 102 and at the heart of new Academic Innovation Center.
The gift to the Partners in Scholarship Fund from Skip Hebert '72 and his wife, Katherine, "is our way to provide a significant bump up in aid for students."
"The unique partnership our ODK members have developed with the IDEA program definitely provides these accomplished students with skills that make them stand out from the competition."
Tickets to the Women's Summit, for which she is director, regularly sell out within hours, but Mrs. Machtley provides complimentary tickets for 10 Smithfield high school students and three staff members each year.
As director of this year's event, Brian Cadigan '16 says the experience highlighted the skills he'll be using as he starts his career as a supply chain analyst.
IDEA program and Academic Innovation Center are cited as examples of how Bryant prepares the next generation of problem-solvers for the workforce.
Eileen Cioe ’69 and her brother, Robert Cioe ’73, established the Joseph and Brigida Cioe Endowed Scholarship, to be awarded to a full-time Bryant student from Rhode Island studying Finance.
Clayton M. Christensen, D.B.A., shared this message with the 752 graduates of the Class of 2016 during Bryant University’s 153rd Commencement on May 21.
U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker presented John H. Chafee Center for International Business at Bryant University with the President’s “E” Star Award for Export Service which recognizes significant contributions to the expansion of U.S. exports.
Bryant’s Hassenfeld Institute for Public Leadership Poll Focuses on Education Issues in Rhode Island
The Hassenfeld Institute for Public Leadership today released its quarterly survey on key issues facing the State. This poll focusing primarily on education is the fifth public opinion survey the Institute has published since 2014.
"For working professionals who want further credentialing ... Bryant offers a top-notch program," according to valuecolleges.com.
For the 10th consecutive year, U.S.-China Institute has been awarded a grant by the National Security Agency to conduct the 2016 STARTALK Chinese Language and Culture Program.