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.
Leadership opportunities and SIE transformed a "totally lost" teen into a confident grad who will begin her career as a Cigna benefit analyst.
Graduating with a degree in Communication, she's heading to Liberty Mutual Insurance's human resources department.
"One of the great leaders" in business reflects on changes at GE, which he built into most valuable company in world.
The club recently achieved a new pinnacle of success: Every member who competed in the regional DECA tournament earned a medal.
The Institute is the go-to source for RI public officials to acquire skills, training, and research to help them become more effective leaders.
This volleyball player traded Colorado's mountains for New England coast as she pursues an IB degree.
Now an analyst at a leading nonprofit advisory firm, she's helping to build a new global industry in the fields of Pay for Success and Social Impact Bonds.
Fourteen students headed to Washington, D.C., to visit residents in nursing homes, tutor elementary school students, and deliver meals.
Brian Terkelsen ’86, John Galvin ’91 MBA, Brian Willinsky ’99, Rita Williams-Bogar ’76, and Jack Trifts, Ph.D., were honored March 27.
Bryant alumnus transformed himself from a CPA at a public accounting firm to CFO of King Street Capital.