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.
"Business in Beijing, Bogota, or Brisbane is very different. Yet, with a Bryant pedigree you’re well prepared ... to succeed,” one winner says.
Travel the globe with other Bryant alumni. The Office of Alumni Relations offers unique opportunities to travel to far-off lands...and does all the planning for you!
Through their personal and professional accomplishments, Bryant alumni enhance the University's reputation. Please join us in congratulating the 2013 Alumni Achievement Award winners.
Two hundred fifty-five Bryant students, including 50 MBA students taking part in the inaugural Global Immersion Experience, crossed international borders in January.
Do you know a young person who has The Character of Success? The Admission Office is asking our faculty, alumni, staff, and friends to think about the young people in their lives and tell us about those with the qualities to succeed at Bryant and beyond.
Alumni Relations is teaming up with experts to provide a series of seminars on a variety of financial planning topics. Estate planning, investing in volatile times, saving for college, and other related topics will be discussed.
If you had been given the chance to speak to a professional in your field of interest while you were still in college, would it have made a difference in your career path? Bryant alumni are invited to interact with students.
Fall's global foundations courses have set the stage for a 72-hour immersion into teamwork and creative problem solving that begins for 155 teams of students Jan. 21.
Nigerian author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, left, spent the day with Bryant faculty and students before her evening presentation Nov. 1.