By sharing their unique stories of success and challenges with Bryant students, the world-class speakers, artists, and performers who have come to campus help inspire students.
Bryant is not a university that came lately to educating women for success in their chosen professions. From the very start, enrollment of women has been a priority.
Bryant’s unique 150-year history of growth and innovation can be traced back to when Civil War veterans wisely sought to invest their “mustering out” pay in a Bryant education.
Today's NCAA Division 1 Bryant Bulldogs are a culmination of the hard work of dedicated student-athletes throughout Bryant history, instilling spirit and pride in the Bryant community.
Four leaders in humanities, business, and efforts to end world hunger will be honored: author Jon Meacham, Catherine Bertini of the U.N. World Food Program, Navyn Salem of Edesia Global Nutrition Solutions, and Joseph J. MarcAurele of Washington Trust Company.
Visitors to our campus may wonder, "what is that gate doing in the middle of a walkway, and why do all the students walk around it?" Here's the story behind one of Bryant's oldest traditions.
You can make a world of difference to new graduates, young alumni, or those alumni thinking about a career change. Sign up for the Alumni Career Link and choose your participation level.
This entrepreneurial alumnus has created his own career in the new economy. Read his take on how media and technology are changing everything.
The average college president stays seven years. Ron Machtley, in partnership with his wife, Kati, has steered the Bryant ship for 17 years. The Providence Journal takes a look at their dedication to Bryant - and to one another.
Led by the vice minister of education for the People’s Republic of China, representatives from China University of Geosciences (Wuhan) and the Beijing Institute of Technology Zhuhai visited campus April 7th.
The fund affords select students the opportunity to manage a real portfolio of $730,000 and pushes them to break out of the "semester only" mindset.
The 3rd annual New Venture Competition - the University's version of "Shark Tank" - asks the tough questions...but helps entrants find easy answers, too.