The latest group of prize recipients offer updates on the work they've done since winning awards for projects ranging from marine electronics to better body armor.
What Management Professors Jiang, Primus, and Ratcliffe have discovered about creativity and industry disruption is helping them prepare Bryant students to build what the future needs.
The Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship program is helping Bryant students in applied psychology and microbiology expand their research and technical skills.
Through social entrepreneurship, members are making a difference by applying skills learned in the classroom.
Since 2009, the Champions for Philanthropy awards have honored alumni, parents, and friends of the University whose generosity allows Bryant to fulfill its mission.
The $5 million will enhance academic offerings in the School of Health Sciences.
The students' pre- and post-game research and analysis help Bryant Bulldog coaches make data-driven decisions on the football field.
She helped develop and run the Innovate Elevate Youth Conference in Zimbabwe, aimed at helping young adults build stronger communities.
Using hard-earned practical business wisdom, analytics, and skills honed as a Finance major, he launched Pillars, a drinkable Greek yogurt company.
Nearly a dozen Bryant alumni work for the tech giant, where a devotion to innovation is a key element to success in the Google culture.
Without encouragement from a professor who had a singular impact on her career and life, Judith Allen '55 might not have completed her Bryant studies. Read More
Itinerary included travel to Boston, New York City and D.C., but for many, time spent on campus was the highlight.