As part of the public service to educate and inform voters during this election cycle, the Hassenfeld Institute for Public Leadership is releasing statements from each of the Providence mayoral candidates on their leadership style and experience.
The new four-course part-time program reinforces Bryant’s growing strength in analytics, often referred to as “big data.”
Young learners meet Tuesday evenings; adult beginners meet Wednesday evenings. In addition, one-on-one private tutoring is available by appointment.
The event is part of the Trustee Speaker Series and is held in collaboration with the Student Arts and Speaker Series.
"Expanding the World of Opportunity: The Campaign for Bryant’s Bold Future" is the largest fundraising effort in the University’s history. The philanthropy will support new facilities, academic programs and endowed faculty chairs, and scholarships.
The rise of Bryant's rankings in the past decade reflect the growing awareness of the University's academic innovation and reputation.
Using what they've learned in the classroom, the three-student team bests 80 others with a winning proposal for one family's savings and investment.
University bestows three honorary degrees, presents diplomas to 754 graduates praised by President Machtley for their "confidence, swagger."
“Health care sits at the heart of the U.S. economy,” said President Machtley. “We’re positioning our programs so that our students can take advantage of the very best career opportunities in this sector."
Robert A. DiMuccio of Amica addresses the 106 graduates and their guests, receives honorary degree.
The honorees are Richard W. Fisher of Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Robert A.DiMuccio of Amica Mutual Insurance, Joyce M. Roché of Girls Inc., and Scott C. Donnelly of Textron.
The collaboration with Providence Journal, R.I. PBS aims to assist voters throughout the election cycle. It includes a poll, candidates' responses to leadership questions, tools to measure candidates' leadership skills