Nearly a dozen Bryant alumni work for the tech giant, where a devotion to innovation is a key element to success in the Google culture.
Without encouragement from a professor who had a singular impact on her career and life, Judith Allen '55 might not have completed her Bryant studies. Read More
Itinerary included travel to Boston, New York City and D.C., but for many, time spent on campus was the highlight.
The award from the International Association for Computer Information Systems acknowledges the professor's outstanding record of professional service, teaching, and scholarship
Cultural understanding is key to linguistic competence. That's why Heather Moon and Elisabetta Misuraca, lecturers in the Department of Modern Languages, are teaching ethnographic fieldwork to their students who will be studying abroad.
The Aug. 1 launch of the responsive homepage and undergraduate admission microsite is Phase One of a digital branding project that also includes a new virtual tour.
Author/journalist Harriet Rubin offers perspective at crossroads of art, society, business, leadership
During her week-long residency, the Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow worked with faculty and students in courses ranging from a history class on trends in modern thought to a management class on power and influence.
Wide-ranging sessions and one-on-one meetings give Class of 2021 and their parents their first real impression of what life at Bryant is like.
For the University’s student theatrical group, success goes beyond a great performance. Every production tests their creativity, dedication, and skills gained through their Bryant educations.
The Bryant marketing professor will receive the American Marketing Association Sales SIG Excellence in Teaching Award.
India Association of Rhode Island celebrates Madan Annavarjula's “commitment to preserve, foster, and honor the diverse social, cultural, and educational heritage of India.”
Every two years, the voluntary governing arm of Bryant's Alumni Association elects new leadership.