The 912 first-year students represent one of the largest and most highly qualified groups in the University’s history; nearly half applied Early Action or Early Decision.
Group also wins one of three "Most Popular Team" awards. This was the team's second international competition.
In the University's profile featured in "The Best 378 Colleges," students praise Bryant's "engaging and dedicated faculty" who make learning "interesting rather than a chore.”
A semester-long internship doing economics research at a Washington, D.C., think tank "was an important part of how I chose my career," he says.
The appointment reinforces the University's commitment to growing its international business programs, already recognized as being among the nation's best.
In this video Daniel Hebert '13 shares some insight about his Honors Program capstone project on time series data mining.
Businessweek interviews Prof. Teresa McCarthy about Bryant's Global Supply Chain Management Program, among the "hottest tickets in B-school." Bryant began offering the program as a minor to undergraduates five years ago. Now, more than 120 students are enrolled in the minor and concentration combined.
Learning the importance of hard work and dedication set the stage for Mahan's Honors Program capstone, her path to a graduate degree, and a job as a tax accountant.
Tyler James Davis ’13, an Environmental Science major, is the Wienkoop/Davis family's third generation to discover Bryant as a source of life-changing relationships.
The Providence Business News reports on the IB Senior Practicum and the benefits its delivers to students, companies and the state's economy.
Impressive statistics help tell the story: conference Players of the Year, Rookies of the Year, Coaches of the Year, All-Americans, and the school's first NCAA Division 1 tournament game victory.
The Wall Street Journal article notes that a handful of universities, including Bryant, "have recently introduced undergraduate majors, M.B.A. concentrations and even entire degree programs dedicated to" supply chain management. Associate Professor Teresa McCarthy, director of Bryant's program, says employers are taking note."