Through internships, volunteerism, and coursework, work with nonprofit organizations is embedded in the Bryant experience.
The Northeast Intercollegiate Sales Competition offers a venue for experiential learning, connecting students pursuing careers in sales with some of the nation's top companies.
In the course of the competition, 10 teams of students hone their analytical thinking, fact-based decision making, and collaboration skills by applying them to actual business scenarios.
Bryant's unique program is interdisciplinary, combining business, liberal arts and science, applied analytics and information technology.
At the annual ethics event, the keynote speaker shared his insight about conditions for Nike's Indonesian workers.
"It was only in hindsight that I realized what my Bryant education had accomplished for me,” says Frederick Eaton ’53, who established a successful career in commercial lending.
Many members of the global Bryant community "pay it forward" with career advice, one-on-one guidance, and classroom presentations.
Keynote speaker Jeff Diamond shared insight with students, faculty, and industry leaders about innovation in analytics.
The fire to play DI football with the Bulldogs was kindled through an informal introduction to the sport during his 2016 Sophomore International Experience.
The latest group of prize recipients offer updates on the work they've done since winning awards for projects ranging from marine electronics to better body armor.
What Management Professors Jiang, Primus, and Ratcliffe have discovered about creativity and industry disruption is helping them prepare Bryant students to build what the future needs.
The Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship program is helping Bryant students in applied psychology and microbiology expand their research and technical skills.