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The Northeast Intercollegiate Sales Competition offers a venue for experiential learning, connecting students pursuing careers in sales with some of the nation's top companies.
In the course of the competition, 10 teams of students hone their analytical thinking, fact-based decision making, and collaboration skills by applying them to actual business scenarios.
Bryant's unique program is interdisciplinary, combining business, liberal arts and science, applied analytics and information technology.
"It was only in hindsight that I realized what my Bryant education had accomplished for me,” says Frederick Eaton ’53, who established a successful career in commercial lending.
The latest group of prize recipients offer updates on the work they've done since winning awards for projects ranging from marine electronics to better body armor.
What Management Professors Jiang, Primus, and Ratcliffe have discovered about creativity and industry disruption is helping them prepare Bryant students to build what the future needs.
The students' pre- and post-game research and analysis help Bryant Bulldog coaches make data-driven decisions on the football field.
Thirteen new faculty members will help advance teaching innovation across the university.
Bryant’s rise in the rankings reflects an innovative learning environment that develops the traits, skills, and qualities of character to prepare innovative leaders for the future.
Lessons in teamwork are just one outcome for PA students who volunteer their time twice a month working with Providence's underserved populations.
Itinerary included travel to Boston, New York City and D.C., but for many, time spent on campus was the highlight.
The award from the International Association for Computer Information Systems acknowledges the professor's outstanding record of professional service, teaching, and scholarship
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