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- Prof. Enos reflects on evolution of Bryant's Social Change Marketplace
- PBN reports on sixth annual Bryant IDEA
- Bryant endowment grew in fiscal 2017
- President Machtley discusses the power of an integrated business and liberal arts program
- Connectedness, responsiveness, and process are crucial to a digital supply chain pioneer, three Bryant professors say
- President Machtley interviewed by U.S. News & World Report
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Ames joins an academic leadership team that has garnered national recognition for developing innovative graduate and undergraduate programs in the College of Business.
The online course fosters a successful transition from high school to college, offering information about key ideas and campus resources that promote academic, intellectual, social, emotional, and cultural adjustment.
Faculty-led curricular innovation that offers design thinking, experiential learning, analytical skills, and emotional intelligence prepares students for change.
Secretary of Transportation addresses Class of 2018 grads and their guests; Graduate Program speaker urges audience to draw from day's optimism.
Trunzo takes an evidence-based, scientific approach to helping people change how they experience their illness as they work toward getting well.
The three-year, $471,370 grant will also support the training of two graduate students and three undergraduate students at Bryant.
Inspired to excel, 914 graduates will join a powerful network of more than 40,000 alumni around the world.
Recent job placements for Class of 2018 come as no surprise — the previous class had 99% employment rate, median salary of $59K within six months of graduation.
Graduates who have an interdisciplinary academic background will have an edge as they move into data science fields, says Rebecca Nugent of Carnegie Mellon U.
“This trip ... complements what we provide in an academic setting and rounds out their experience."
Sessions on blockchain technology and innovation were highlights for Nick Anketell ’19 and Jacob Zimmer ’19.
Bryant partnered with YWCA Rhode Island, Amica, and Alex and Ani to help middle school girls experience the "coolness" of computer science.
Bryant magazine is published by the Division of University Advancement three times annually for an audience including alumni, parents, and friends of the University.
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