The series of conversations builds "community and identity for our Arts and Sciences students," Dean Wendy Samter says.
Their joint program, the Fantastic Girltastic Code Company’s App Challenge, encouraged girls to develop passion for STEM fields.
The U.S.-China Institute and Confucius Institute at Bryant University offer Chinese language classes that combine language and vocabulary skills, practical conversations, and an introduction to cultural knowledge.
History major Zeynep Kazmaz ’18 spent her summer in the celebrated New York City museum as a member of the Curatorial Department.
CIS major Nicholas O'Hara '17 and his "charging chair" took off running thanks to Bryant's New Venture Competition and its alumni feedback.
The gift to the Partners in Scholarship Fund from Skip Hebert '72 and his wife, Katherine, "is our way to provide a significant bump up in aid for students."
Bryant's National Alumni Council seeks to serve the needs of Bryant alumni around the world. Meet the newest members.
Though separated from Bryant by years and miles, the San Diego, CA, resident uses technology and travel to cultivate his Bryant connection.
A dozen students for whom summer income is critical to attend Bryant are now able to accept top-tier internships that offer little or no pay.
"The unique partnership our ODK members have developed with the IDEA program definitely provides these accomplished students with skills that make them stand out from the competition."
One example: Endowing a scholarship that ideally supports a Bryant undergraduate who is or has been a foster child.
As director of this year's event, Brian Cadigan '16 says the experience highlighted the skills he'll be using as he starts his career as a supply chain analyst.