His 2015 internship at Nomura Securities, which he learned about through an alumnus, led to an on-the-spot job offer.
His path also was shaped by networking opportunities through Bryant Collegiate Entrepreneurs' Organization and the successes and failures as an entrepreneur.
The senior manager of global consumer marketing for Activision was recognized in the Marketing and Advertising category.
A Communication major, she notes that her honors capstone, "being well-rounded and having experiences outside of the classroom were key" to getting hired by Google.
This year’s cohort, comprising 37 students and three faculty members, recently returned from Panama, where they met with representatives from Panamanian businesses including: Dell, Panamcham (Pan American Chamber of Commerce), Panama Pacifico, Global Bank, Colon Free Trade Zone, and Grupa Wisa.
“He was never just my professor,” Jeffrey Fryer ’91 MST says of Accounting Professor Michael Lynch. “Our relationship was more about the personal connection we had and his commitment in mentoring me.”
He traces his success to a "diverse and dynamic course schedule" that focused on relational learning, and easy access to professors.
The ties formed in the classroom proved to be an ongoing source of inspiration for beloved marketing professor and his wife, Caryl.
For Rosalie (Spallone) Morrison ’86 and daughter Michela '16, hands-on learning was a two-way street as team launched clothing boutique.
Recipients have used the grants for "amazing work" resulting in flipped classrooms, new courses, technology enhancements, and more.
IB seniors collaborate with C-suite executives during semester-long international consulting projects
Each IB team is assigned to a company seeking solutions or recommendations for an international challenge or opportunity.
This gifted tennis player from Texas is making the most of her opportunities to conduct research with faculty in the Department of Applied Psychology.