The national recognition by the Center for Higher Education Enterprise reflects Division of Student Affair’s "impressive work on diversity and inclusion," Vice President Saddlemire says.
The event, part of Bryant's "Road to Election 2016" initiative, is free and open to the public.
The event in Boston offers a forum for the analytics community to discuss their work. Sessions will include a blend of corporate, academic and government researchers and practitioners.
His vision includes expanding the development path for students through externships encompassing volunteer and service-learning organizations.
Edward Kairiss, Ph.D., joins visionary leadership team creating a new model for innovative education.
An enormous margin for error makes the site's data, used by thousands of college students, "meaningless," Murray and Zdravkovic write.
The initiative provides resources, tools, and programming to help outstanding students pursue some of academia’s most prestigious awards, including Fulbright, Truman, Marshall, and Rhodes scholarships.
AZ Construction Company has continued construction of Bryant's Indoor Practice Facility, now expected to be completed in March 2016.
More than 150 aspiring entrepreneurs from colleges and universities throughout the Northeast will come to Bryant Feb. 20 to learn skills they can immediately apply to their careers.
The magazine assesses the learning environment, class size, tuition, faculty, delivery methods, international diversity, gender make-up and more.
Center for Diversity and Inclusion will be named for PwC; donation is part of University's capital campaign.
The funds enable collaborative opportunities with scholars in Brazil (Tebaldi, Economics), Mexico (Visich, Management), and China (Jiang, Management; Zhang, Computer Information Systems).