Six Bryant students conducted graduate-level research for 10 weeks this summer and presented their findings at annual conference at URI.
A family of potent compounds developed by Prof. Chris Reid and his students is one step closer to being patented.
Other campuses seeking ways to enhance active learning increasingly turn to Bryant successes rooted in Ideation Lab and Bello 102 and at the heart of new Academic Innovation Center.
Members play an important role in promoting equity, strengthening Rhode Island’s economy, and “showing the leaders of tomorrow they can do anything they set their mind to."
An enormous margin for error makes the site's data, used by thousands of college students, "meaningless," Murray and Zdravkovic write.
The funds enable collaborative opportunities with scholars in Brazil (Tebaldi, Economics), Mexico (Visich, Management), and China (Jiang, Management; Zhang, Computer Information Systems).
Recipients have used the grants for "amazing work" resulting in flipped classrooms, new courses, technology enhancements, and more.
Time magazine picks up on the findings of his seminal paper, published in 1997, that used historical data and psychological diagnostic tools to rank U.S. presidents.
Gregg Carter notes that while gun sales have been very strong for the past two decades, overall rate of gun ownership is down.
Recipients of these prestigious awards return to their Bryant classroom with expanded international connections and cross-cultural perspective.
They are joining the Entrepreneurship Program and the Departments of English and Cultural Studies, Computer Information Systems, and Communication.
Students working in the lab with Professor Reid are examining compounds that show promise of being antibiotics against pathogens such as MRSA or pneumonia.