Her expertise proved valuable in the wake the shootings at the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris and the controversial release of the movie “The Interview.”
The awards from Ronald McDonald House recognizes influential women in the Rhode Island community who consistently make a positive impact and demonstrate exceptional leadership.
The history professor's "Eyewitness to Genocide" focuses on the trials of guards and officers at concentration camps during the Holocaust.
As an educator in the Department of History and Social Sciences, "I try to help students understand all the ways that their lives are implicated in the lives of others.
An award-winning educator and expert on interpersonal communication, Samter "has inspired countless students and challenged them to view communication from different perspectives."
Award-winning faculty member understands the need for faculty to communicate to very busy students "in efficient, understandable manner."
The Academy of International Business selected Bryant to host the conference because of the University's strong International Business program and outstanding work by Bryant IB faculty.
Globalization and contemporary African youth culture were the topics covered by Alex Perullo, associate professor of anthropology, African studies, and music.
Prof. Stanley Baran's lecture series presented at China University of Geosciences in Wuhan was so successful that he, Dean David Lux were appointed Guest Professors.
The newest edition written by CIS Prof. Kenneth Sousa draws "from the latest developments and practices from the field" and "combines a wealth of case studies and real-world examples."
“Bryant College Goes to War” by historian Judy Barrett Litoff captures themes of character, leadership and enterprise that prevail to this day.
In a research paper published in Educational Psychology, Allison Butler and her colleague report that intense bursts of exercise may be a way for schools to improve pupils' selective attention.