The agreement grants the use of the Alpert Medical School facility for key aspects of Bryant’s new Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies program.
Rabbi Amy Levin, president of the Rhode Island State Board of Rabbis, will present a keynote focusing on “strengthening society with the values of our faith."
Her performance is part of the President’s Cultural Series and is offered in conjunction with Black History Month.
The College of Business has maintained its AACSB business accreditation.
The SAS gift will be used to accelerate the applied analytics curriculum, to further develop AAAC programs, and to form strategic alliances with private and public-sector organizations.
“Bryant College Goes to War” by historian Judy Barrett Litoff captures themes of character, leadership and enterprise that prevail to this day.
Highlights noted in the rating, presented by AASHE, include the University's innovations in energy management and academic courses emphasizing sustainability.
Bryant University is dismayed by the Town of Smithfield’s decision to refuse our overtures to work collaboratively, with the help of an independent consultant, on an agreement regarding Bryant’s contribution for public safety services.
The new design provides versatile space and technology to support a variety of distinctive student experiences that are hallmarks of a Bryant education.
Innovations in academics, faculty, and student life earn a university a spot on the “up-and-coming” list. Bryant’s inclusion is in part a reflection of the successes of the First-Year Gateway.
Group also wins one of three "Most Popular Team" awards. This was the team's second international competition.
John Saddlemire, D.Ed., brings to the job more than 29 years of higher education experience in student life. He will begin his duties Aug. 26.