For the 12th consecutive year, the Bryant campus hosted Rhode Island's largest new year festival. More than 400 gathered to celebrate during the event that featured performances by local community groups.
Their trip is part of the three-credit Global Immersion Experience during which students meet with senior business leaders and innovators abroad.
More than 2,500 sophomores have taken part in the profoundly transformative three-credit course.
The fire to play DI football with the Bulldogs was kindled through an informal introduction to the sport during his 2016 Sophomore International Experience.
This is the third entering class at Bryant’s Zhuhai campus, which opened in fall 2015.
The $434,914 award will help RI small businesses expand globally. This is the sixth straight year that the Chafee Center has received a STEP grant.
She helped develop and run the Innovate Elevate Youth Conference in Zimbabwe, aimed at helping young adults build stronger communities.
The arts and culture of Dunhuang, a major crossroads on China's Silk Road, will be recreated using digital imaging, virtual reality, and short movies.
Itinerary included travel to Boston, New York City and D.C., but for many, time spent on campus was the highlight.
Bryant is first U.S. academic institution to host the ambitious exhibition, opening Sept. 27. The 10-day event includes replica of Dunhuang Cave 285, virtual reality, and more.
Daniel Borgia, Ph.D., has 15 years' experience leading higher education programs for Chinese students in the U.S. and China. He succeeds Bryant Zhuhai Founding Dean David Lux, Ph.D.
The two-week trip for 66 students is part of Bryant's signature international course that culminates in a faculty-led visit to the country they studied.