Bryant Stories

Paul DeLomba ’60: Proud alumnus has given back more than half a century

Bryant alumnus shows his appreciation for his education and career through annual donations and an endowed scholarship.

06.19.17

Mentors connect Bryant students to invaluable experience

CVS Women's Success Network, College of Arts and Sciences Mentor Match with faculty, Alumnifire each provide unique postgraduate advantages.

06.11.17

Mario Hernández ’97 MBA: Revolutionizing the electronic payments industry

"When I have an idea and people tell me ‘you can’t do that,’ that’s a driver for me and I just keep going," says creator of Monibyte.

06.09.17

Brittany Glenn '11 sees a big impact through small contributions

Brittany Glenn '11 has donated to the Bryant Fund every year since graduating to give back to the school that she says gave her so much.

05.26.17

New beginnings for the Class of 2017

Bryant senior Hannah Goulian, Chair and CEO of General Electric Jeffrey Immelt, and President and CEO of Navigant Credit Union Gary Furtado '78, '85 MBA, impart words of wisdom to new grads.

05.31.17

Matthew Veves '10: In demand around the world

Veves, the University’s first Entrepreneurship major, credits Bryant’s supportive atmosphere for helping to cultivate his innate desire to push himself.

05.17.17

Beth Bombara '89: Regard for colleagues drives passion

She believes every leader has the responsibility to guide and influence the next generation of leaders by serving as a mentor and role model.

05.17.17

Five teams advance to NCAA playoffs, national tourneys

Men's Golf, Men's Tennis, Women's Lacrosse, Men's Lacrosse, and Ulimate Frisbee teams are all playing for championship titles in the coming week.

05.11.17

Students explore internships, career opportunities in nation's capital

EXPLORE Washington D.C. is one of a number of Bryant programs offering unique opportunities to discover rewarding careers.

05.09.17

Bryant PA director rises to the challenge of mid-air health crisis

Robert Jay Amrien exemplified the qualities of Bryant's Master of Physician Assistant Studies Program when he responded to a call for help, saving a passenger's life.

05.05.17