A Bryant initiative made possible by a grant from the Rhode Island Renewable Energy Fund is helping 53 public high schools and career technical centers in the Ocean State determine which renewable energy technologies can be installed at their facilities and how much energy would be generated.
For the fourth time in five years, Bryant's Collegiate Entrepreneurs' Organization (CEO) has been named the best chapter in the country. The award recognizes the outstanding tools, workshops, guest speakers and hands-on learning activities the chapter has sponsored in the past year.
Bryant economists' research shows the pace of the state's economic recovery slowing significantly in the third quarter of 2011, creating a dark cloud looming over future growth.
As the administrator of the state's federal STEP grant, the Chafee Center for International Business is providing a range of services to R.I. businesses interested in exporting. The program is expected to be especially valuable for companies that have some export experience and want to explore new markets.
"This collaboration not only brings WGBH's All Classical Service to Rhode Island, but affirms Bryant as a media technology leader in the region," President Machtley says.
The two-year-old Bryant team was the only North American group competing in the international tournament, in which they placed third.
The Master of Arts in Teaching is a 15-month program that will lead to teacher certification in grades 7-12 in the areas of mathematics, science, Spanish, Chinese, English, and social studies. The program is a "natural" for Bryant, and plays to its strength in the liberal arts.
A collection of eight acoustically-matched violins ranging from the tiny treble to the seven-foot-tall contrabass are the work of famed luthier Carleen Hutchins.
U.S. News & World Report has ranked Bryant University among the region's top 20 universities, coming in at No. 16 in the Regional Universities (North) category. This is second consecutive year Bryant has ranked 16th and is the seventh consecutive year of being ranked among the top 20 schools in its category.
The University has been named one of the country's Military Friendly Schools by G.I. Jobs, a magazine for military personnel transitioning into civilian life. The University participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program and offers participation in the Army ROTC program as well as individual support services and scholarships.
Despite a significant slowdown in the U.S. economy in the first two quarters of 2011, Rhode Island sustained its economic recovery and expanded faster than the national economy. These are just some of the findings in the Rhode Island Current Economic Indicator (CEI) for the second quarter of 2011, released Bryant and the Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council.
Bryant is one of the nation's best institutions for undergraduate education, according to "The Best 376 Colleges," the 2012 college guide released by The Princeton Review. In the profile of Bryant, students say the University is "all about real-world application" and "prepares you in every way for a competitive job market and/or competitive graduate schools."