Eileen Cioe ’69 and her brother, Robert Cioe ’73, established the Joseph and Brigida Cioe Endowed Scholarship, to be awarded to a full-time Bryant student from Rhode Island studying Finance.
The Bryant curriculum integrates real-life business consulting projects for students to learn from successes and mistakes.
The gift from Siro ’57 and Roberta DeGasperis will create a source of continuing funds to build and strengthen students’ leadership skills and character; provide student service learning opportunities; and support educational programs or academic courses that focus on teachings of the Church and Catholic faith.
The scholarship will be designated for the kind of hard-working College of Business student that Edmund Lorenzo ’68 and his wife Marguerite feel is sometimes overlooked for financial aid.
The four honorees are Clayton M. Christensen, widely regarded as the world’s foremost authority on innovation; Dr. Taoguang Wang of Beijing Institute of Technology Zhuhai; R.I. Supreme Court Justice Maureen McKenna Goldberg; and PPAC's J.L. "Lynn" Singleton.
Program development, fundraising, operations management, event planning all part of the curriculum for Management 200 team that delivered custom-built playhouses for young beneficiaries of A Wish Come True.
“The integration of business and liberal arts has given me ... a much clearer understanding of the interplay between government and business."
Matthew knew he wanted to study business in college, but it was actually French that prompted him to make Bryant his top choice.
"The University has the unique ability to provide the perfect opportunity for each student. I honestly don’t think I would have gotten these opportunities anywhere else."
Are markets driving the bus? Could low oil prices be a good thing? Can retirees survive on low-interest-rate CDs? Alumni experts at annual Financial Services Forum weigh in.
Topics for Alumni Engagement Day panel include telemedicine, continuity of care.
Alphonse Lucarelli's gift was motivated by his appreciation for how much his Bryant education and the guidance of his faculty mentor contributed to his career success.