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.
Lori Coakley, Ph.D., an award-winning associate professor of management, is a sought-after consultant whose courses take her students beyond textbook theories.
Jeff Cabusao, Ph.D., assistant professor of English and Cultural Studies, helps students develop multiple filters for reading the world around them.
Award-winning Professor James Segovis, Ph.D., takes a global perspective when he teaches management, leadership, entrepreneurship, and organizational transformation.
The 4Mile program and taking part in extracurricular activities helped launch Ugonna Iheme '14 of Lagos, Nigeria, into the full Bryant experience.
Matt Roncaioli ’13 had his pick of five job offers when he graduated. A finance major and member of the football team, he took full advantage of Bryant's career preparation opportunities … and it paid off.
The student-managed Archway Investment Fund provides a hands-on opportunity for students to act as securities analysts and portfolio managers and test their mettle in the financial services industry.
The Bryant curriculum "allows you to see every aspect of both the business world and the liberal arts world,” says student-athlete Peter McMahon '13.
Accounting Professor Mike Lynch, Ph.D., has trained some of the nation’s leading taxation experts, many of whom remain in contact with their esteemed mentor. "Recruiters say that our students ... are ready for anything."
The passion Kirsten Hokeness, Ph.D., assistant professor of Science and Technology, brings to her biology, biotechnology, and ecology classes is contagious.