For three and a half decades, Bryant's Intercultural Center has been supporting multicultural and international students and has grown to match the population growth in those areas.
Bryant’s new website reflects key themes of our brand and Vision 2020 strategic plan.
For the Class of 2016, the life cycle of a T-shirt provides a jumping-off point to explore ethics, politics, the history of modern business, and globalization. Learn more in this podcast featuring two professors teaching the course.
After a rigorous 18-month international management training program that included six months in Serbia, Ryan Letourneau '11 is now based in Belgium.
Lindsey Weber chose to major in Applied Psychology in her sophomore year. And after a few sociology courses, the Honors Program member decided to major in that discipline as well.
During his internship at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Beijing, Jason Fortin wrote policy briefs and conducted research.
With a team of students from around the world, Emmanuelle Calvet helped market, plan, and execute an international conference.
When she was 10, Alyssa Silva '13 was designing and selling greeting cards to raise research funds that would go toward curing her spinal muscular atrophy, a genetic disorder that caused her spinal nerve cells to degenerate. Nowadays, she's coordinating benefit events. To date, she's raised $70,000.
Arthur S. Gloster, who retired as vice president for information services in 2011, spearheaded the creation of Bryant's green data center. Now that center bears his name.
Bryant awarded more than 1,000 degrees in ceremonies for graduate and undergraduate students. In this video, several of Bryant's newest graduates talk about what Bryant means to them.
As part of an introductory management course students apply business principles to help local nonprofit. Projects have ranged from revamping the social media presence of the Katie Brown Educational Program, a domestic-violence prevention organization, to teaching geography and culture to children in public schools.
“Have the courage to explore, to discover, to take in the novel, the unexpected, the uncomfortable," keynoter says. This video sampler offers a taste of the student presentations.