The rating by the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education acknowledges advancement in resource efficiency, social equity and access, environmental stewardship, and education.
President Machtley recognized Bryant trustees and the team of faculty, staff, architects, engineers, and builders who came together to reimagine the future of higher education.
Bryant will unveil its trailblazing Academic Innovation Center Sept 23 at 1 p.m. The event will feature tours of the facility.
The arrival into the category's top 10 represents a 15-point jump since Bryant's classification as a Masters North university in 2003.
Sept. 23 set for unveiling of Academic Innovation Center; stadium complex, including Strength & Conditioning Center, to be dedicated Sept. 24 in name of David M. ’85 and Terry Beirne.
Outstanding academics earn Bryant a spot in Princeton Review's "The Best 381 Colleges" guidebook, which also lists Amica Center for Career Education among top 20. Students praise job placement, "great internships."
Tim Paige, for 19 years the chief human resources officer for Libbey Inc., joins Bryant’s executive leadership team beginning Sept. 6.
Eighty-seven students — more than half of Bryant Zhuhai’s inaugural class - are learning about American culture, business, and education.
U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker presented John H. Chafee Center for International Business at Bryant University with the President’s “E” Star Award for Export Service which recognizes significant contributions to the expansion of U.S. exports.
Bryant’s Hassenfeld Institute for Public Leadership Poll Focuses on Education Issues in Rhode Island
The Hassenfeld Institute for Public Leadership today released its quarterly survey on key issues facing the State. This poll focusing primarily on education is the fifth public opinion survey the Institute has published since 2014.
"For working professionals who want further credentialing ... Bryant offers a top-notch program," according to valuecolleges.com.
For the 10th consecutive year, U.S.-China Institute has been awarded a grant by the National Security Agency to conduct the 2016 STARTALK Chinese Language and Culture Program.