Alumni gathered with accomplished panelists and Management Professor Roberto to explore the realities of entrepreneurship and working with investors.
He attributes Bryant’s small class sizes, accessible faculty, and supportive network to his success.
Spearheaded by Elizabeth Oluokun ’18 and Liam Rice ’17, "Rally for a Reason" offered "a visible commitment to inclusivity.”
As the fall semester comes to a close, many International Business (IB) major seniors have cause to celebrate: a growing percentage have secured full-time positions well before graduation.
Through the annual case competition, Bryant students gain insight into PwC, the profession, and issues faced by global business leaders.
She says Bryant academics helped her discover a passion for politics, and Bryant mentors prepared her for graduate school.
"I hope the tone of this election has not turned people off to running for office or working to elect others,” she says.
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.