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.
Keynote presentations at the sixth annual Supply Chain Summit will be offered by Debra Hofman, managing vice president of Gartner Research; Dunkin’ Brands Vice President of Global Supply Chain Management Scott Murphy, and Banneker Industries’ President and CEO Cheryl W. Snead.
In the University's profile featured in "The Best 378 Colleges," students praise Bryant's "engaging and dedicated faculty" who make learning "interesting rather than a chore.”
The appointment reinforces the University's commitment to growing its international business programs, already recognized as being among the nation's best.
"We continue to believe this legislation is unconstitutional, unwarranted, and needlessly divisive," President Machtley says. "We will meet with the town in the hope that amicable and fair agreements can be reached to avoid expensive and time-consuming litigation."
MEDIA ADVISORY: Machtley press conference July 7 on impact of legislation affecting Bryant's tax-exempt status
The press conference will begin at 5 p.m. Due to high temperatures, the site for the press conference has been relocated to the Chace Wellness Center lobby.
Legislation now before Governor Chafee "has serious and wide-ranging implications for all nonprofit organizations," the president says. The statement outlines some of the significant contributions Bryant has made to Smithfield.
The University urges Gov. Chafee to veto the bill, which it calls "heavy-handed legislation" that "comes after several months of good-faith discussions with the Town of Smithfield and is not in the best interests of any of the parties involved."