The University's ranking at No. 34 is the latest example of the growing acknowledgment of Bryant's academic excellence.
Working with Chinese researchers and archaeologists, professors Yang, Leng, and their students identified short periods of drought that opened new areas for rice farming.
Award-winning journalist invokes Lombardi, Clemente, and Rudolph as models for new grads who have "still so many more chapters" remaining in their lives.
This information kit contains press releases, images, videos, maps, and other documentation about the initiative.
Financed by record philanthropy, Bryant Builds will add more than 250,000 square feet in dramatic new facilities dedicated to academic programs and athletics.
The 30th annual event on May 20 includes Governors Raimondo of Rhode Island and Baker of Massachusetts hosting panel on region's economy.
Recipient of industry's top scholarship has "right mix of excellence, integrity, and dedication to become a great industry leader."
Voters support new government initiatives however the majority oppose health insurance tax.
The honorees are Pulitzer winner David Maraniss, former Bryant Trustee/Chair of the Board Michael E. Fisher ’67, CVS executive Helena Foulkes, and Neil Steinberg of Rhode Island Foundation.
Annual symposium on April 1 includes presentations by experts on health outcomes data, systemic risk, applied analytics for business, real-time offers.
The classes for beginning young learners and adults combine language skill practice with a focus on commonly used vocabularies and practical conversations, and will introduce Chinese cultural information.
The schools included in Princeton Review's new book, "Colleges That Pay You Back" provide a high "return on education" because their affordable, quality academic programs lead to "great careers."