Bryant science students find that the hands-on research they've undertaken in Bryant labs through projects funded by Rhode Island EPSCoR has given them a competitive edge.
The distinctive graduate business program offers international consulting experiences while learning about conducting business in other cultures.
“To actually hear from students who study this on a day-to-day basis is truly awesome and their advice is invaluable," cornerback-turned-businessman Ty Law says.
He's using his four internships to familiarize himself with different aspects of the field.
An Honors Program student and member of the Field Hockey team, she sees the "direct correlation" between courses in her concentration — Politics and Law — and her minor, Management.
The mathematics professor found that 56 percent who declare a major as Bryant first-year students graduated in that same major.
“It’s ... a stronger predictor of poor academic performance than is the use of recreational drugs," Professor of Applied Psychology says.
Recipient of industry's top scholarship has "right mix of excellence, integrity, and dedication to become a great industry leader."
Lessons in preparation, focus, and attitude affected his work on and off the field.
Strong presentation skills and experience with team-based projects helped this CIS major land a job by the end of fall semester her senior year.
Knowing no one as a first-year, she jumped into campus life, grew as a leader, and so impressed Target execs during an internship that she was offered a full-time job junior year.
His Archway Investment Fund course work and experiences with the Bryant Finance Association and Bryant Ventures land him a position with EMC.