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.
Assigned to enhance the fan experience at the New England Patriots' Hall of Fame, Nick Valeri ’18 and his team wound up presenting proposal to Gillette Stadium exec.
In their senior-year practicum, students work as consultants to help businesses with aspects of their international strategies. To prospective employers, the experience "looks fantastic."
Majoring in Biology or Environmental Science at Bryant means small classes and faculty who will join you on a journey of discovery – one in which you will realize your strengths and passions through programs tailored specifically to your interests.
Bryant’s outstanding programs in analytics, economics, and mathematics and statistics produce not only skilled graduates but sought-after employees.
In Bryant’s close-knit community, students always have people to turn to for guidance, including two of the most trusted resources: academic advising staff and professors.
Individualized academic advising and career assessments help undecided students discover interests, work values, and cultural preferences as they select a major, a minor, and ultimately, a career path.
The Communications Complex is home to a state-of-the art digital and multimedia television studio and radio station that serve as a pre- and post-production training ground.
Businessweek interviews Prof. Teresa McCarthy about Bryant's Global Supply Chain Management Program, among the "hottest tickets in B-school."
“We created outcomes for the Gateway program – then built the curriculum. I don’t know of any other institution whose first-year program is that fully integrated and outcomes-based.”