Students, faculty, and alumni welcome opportunity to share ideas at Bryant's TEDx-affiliated event run by students inspired by the campus spirit of innovation.
Through the process of experiential learning, the student consultants gain understanding about what their real-world clients actually need and how they think.
Through its discussions and alumnae network, the student-run organization is creating awareness that a finance career is more than "just math" or "a man's job."
The 22-year industry veteran will help train the next generation of data scientists in a field that is increasingly important to the global economy.
O'Hara, who passed away January 16, was a passionate educator and talented change agent. A scholarship fund has been established to honor his memory.
In this new role, Dean Annavarjula will help the organization to navigate changes and best practices in higher education.
IDEA teaches a creative problem-solving process used by world changers like Steve Jobs to develop innovative products and systems.
On Mar. 16, executives and aspiring leaders from around the Northeast will gather for inspiration, education, and empowerment.
The Archway Fund Fixed Income program complements the successful equity portfolio that has grown to $1.25 million under management since 2005.
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.