Internships at Bryant and at TBS "provided me with a variety of skill sets and confidence in knowing I can adapt and learn quickly," says accomplished softball player.
The collaboration with Providence Journal, R.I. PBS aims to assist voters throughout the election cycle. It includes a poll, candidates' responses to leadership questions, tools to measure candidates' leadership skills
Noted educator and author Ken Bain praises the day-long event devoted to showcasing the intellectual, creative, and interactive endeavors that students, faculty, and staff take part in.
As director of the popular student-run event, Abigail Blecker took concepts learned through IDEA and management and psychology courses, and ran with them.
The organization, open to all students, serves as an incubator for promising entrepreneurial ideas. Faculty and alumni mentors provide guidance on a broad range of issues.
Survivor Jarrod Clowery worked with students in Management 200 to create Heroes Hearts Foundation, a nonprofit that brings messages of hope, compassion, and kindness to children.
Participants celebrate the partnership that has put a Sophomore International Experience within reach.
Participants learn essential interpersonal skills and are trained to recognize and respond to signs of distress and crisis.
Bryant ranked 49th, continuing a steady rise in the rankings; employers ranked Bryant 18th, affirming the University's strength in preparing students for success.
The honorees are Richard W. Fisher of Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Robert A. DiMuccio of Amica Mutual Insurance, Joyce M. Roché of Girls Inc., and Scott C. Donnelly of Textron.
Three seasoned entrepreneurs — Daryl Crockett ’82, Scott DePasquale ’94, and Jay Weinberg ’85 — offer advice for taking the leap into business ownership.
In the 20-plus years since Professor Jack Keigwin, an Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year, taught Leadership and Entrepreneurship, Bryant’s accomplished faculty and alumni continue to inspire and nurture legions of young entrepreneurs.