Bryant's mission has always been to help students achieve their personal best. The positive impact our alumni have had - in business, in not-for-profit organizations, in the world - is immeasurable.
The Intercultural Center's popular Global Community Hours, one of Bryant’s signature initiatives to help build cultural competency, offer meaningful exposure to a wide variety of cultures and economies.
Three members of British Parliament present a plaque honoring Andrew Mamedoff '32, who risked his U.S. citizenship to join the RAF.
Fostering a "culture of testing" yields results, Obama campaign's digital analytics director tells guests at symposium on applied analytics in humanities and social sciences.
More than 200 alumni, faculty, staff and friends mingle at Rosecliff mansion and hear from two students about how the scholarships help further their education.
Football, philanthropy, food, family -- just some of the highlights of an event-filled weekend celebrating Bryant's 150 years.
A celebration at Bryant's former South Hall and a WaterFire Providence experience generate flood of memories for pre-1971 alumni.
Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies and Hochberg Women's Center resources led her to research campus climate as it relates to homophobia, LGBTQ issues.
Her coursework at Bryant and her affiliation with the Gertrude Meth Hochberg Women's Center launched Nastazia on a path to help women gain visibility in leadership positions.
The new design provides versatile space and technology to support a variety of distinctive student experiences that are hallmarks of a Bryant education.
Beginning with the What Cheer Lyceum club and now through the fall Reunion @ Homecoming, Bryant graduates and students have gathered to learn and celebrate in a relaxed, fun atmosphere.
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.