Bryant Stories

Lessons in navigating the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Faculty-led curricular innovation that offers design thinking, experiential learning, analytical skills, and emotional intelligence prepares students for change.


Learning by giving: A new approach to spring break

Agostini family gift funds Alternative Spring Break, which focuses on helping students deepen their faith through service.


Prof. Mentzer prepares students for an unknowable future

The Bryant alum returns to his first love – academia – to teach in the University's Data Science program.


Alumni couple extends support for Bryant with $93,000 gift from charitable trust

Alan Lang '52 "attributed much of his success to his foundation at Bryant and the contacts he made there."


Bryant faculty members honored for teaching, research, service, mentoring

Recognition by one’s faculty peers is among the highest honors that can be bestowed in an academic community.


The Fourth Industrial Revolution: Preparing for a brave new world

Three Bryant alumni, who lead companies navigating change for themselves and their clients, agreed that one word captures the essence of Industry 4.0: disruption.


Creative problem solving "a hallmark of our country," Chao tells 2018 graduates

Secretary of Transportation addresses Class of 2018 grads and their guests; Graduate Program speaker urges audience to draw from day's optimism.


Academic teams excel in high-caliber competitions

Winning an academic competition requires a mastery of course concepts and theories, sharp time management, and spot-on presentation skills.


Two Bulldogs represent their home country of Puerto Rico in Davis Cup

At Bryant, brothers Jorge Ortiz-Garcia ’18 and Jorge Isaias Ortiz-Garcia ’20 were part of this year's men's tennis team that won its fifth consecutive conference championship.


Public Speaking Colloquium gives students an edge

Now in its ninth year, the Colloquium helps students cultivate their communication talents while gaining invaluable insights from mentors and supportive peers.


Honors Program builds on stellar academic foundations and strong faculty mentoring

Working one on one with faculty "benefits students immediately and in the long term; they endure long after students graduate,” says Prof. Jane McKay-Nesbitt, director of the program.


Data show that investing in a Bryant education leads to great jobs

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.