Students who won the awards are praised as leaders, role models, and for their efforts to raise awareness on key gender issues in the Bryant community.
This innovative and proven teaching method connects theory to practice and produces internships, job offers, and awareness for Bryant's brand and reputation within the business community.
Spring semester guests included Sergei Khrushchev, who spoke about Ukraine and Russia, and diplomat Charles Freeman, interpreter for Nixon on historic trip to China.
Guided by faculty mentors, Steven Brodeur '16 refined a model created for his IDEA challenge into a plan for a business that will sell advanced energy panels.
Survivor Jarrod Clowery worked with students in Management 200 to create Heroes Hearts Foundation, a nonprofit that brings messages of hope, compassion, and kindness to children.
The organization, open to all students, serves as an incubator for promising entrepreneurial ideas. Faculty and alumni mentors provide guidance on a broad range of issues.
Participants celebrate the partnership that has put a Sophomore International Experience within reach.
As director of the popular student-run event, Abigail Blecker took concepts learned through IDEA and management and psychology courses, and ran with them.
Participants learn essential interpersonal skills and are trained to recognize and respond to signs of distress and crisis.
Thirty contestants competed for a chance to win the top prize of $20,000 in a competition designed to spotlight enterprising alumni and students and to support promising new business ideas.
A popular benefit of being a Bryant alumnus/a is the Alumni Travel Program, which brings alumni to exciting locales.
A panel of alumni experts explores the many roles social media plays when it comes to finding and keeping customers and securing sales.