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."
Glenn M. Sulmasy, J.D., L.L.M., of the United States Coast Guard Academy will join the University's visionary executive leadership team in creating a new model for innovative education.
An award-winning educator and expert on interpersonal communication, Samter "has inspired countless students and challenged them to view communication from different perspectives."
The inspirational hour of music, prayer, and spiritual message will be held Thursday, Feb. 5. Father Brilhante '06 will speak about “Seeking Peace in a Troubled World.“
The March 13 event will feature Sallie L. Krawcheck, chair, Ellevate network; TODAY co-host Hoda Kotb; legal analyst Mel Robbins.
An excellent curriculum, good value, and "great earnings boost" are among the reasons for top ranking by College Factual.
It is the fifth time in a decade that Bryant has won the coveted award. The Bryant chapter also won the organization's 2014 Best Networking award.
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.”