Their presentation is part of the President's Cultural Series.
Fellowship aims to integrate students and recent graduates into R.I.’s startup ecosystem and open entrepreneurship opportunities.
Recipients of these prestigious awards return to their Bryant classroom with expanded international connections and cross-cultural perspective.
New federal website ranks Bryant No. 1 in R.I. in post-graduation salary; Money magazine calls University a "best value."
They are joining the Entrepreneurship Program and the Departments of English and Cultural Studies, Computer Information Systems, and Communication.
Several publications, including U.S. News & World Report and College Factual/USA Today, recognize the University's academic excellence.
Large enough to accommodate entire teams working out together in one rotation, the new 10,000-square-foot facility gives athletes "the best chance to reach their ultimate potential."
A serious construction site accident occurred this morning at the indoor practice facility, resulting in at least six injuries. No Bryant students or staff were near the site. Bryant is cooperating fully with authorities.
The 921 members of the Class of 2019 stand out as the most geographically diverse and academically gifted entering class to date.
Kurt Deion '16 and C-SPAN founder Brian Lamb share an unusual achievement: Each has visited the grave site of every American president. They'll discuss their common passion Sunday on "Q&A."
Students working in the lab with Professor Reid are examining compounds that show promise of being antibiotics against pathogens such as MRSA or pneumonia.
Associate Professor of Anthropology, African Studies, and Music will be working at the School of African and Oriental Studies on a project analyzing the contemporary commercialization of African music.