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.
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.
Graduates who have an interdisciplinary academic background will have an edge as they move into data science fields, says Rebecca Nugent of Carnegie Mellon U.
Students in Bryant's Physician Assistant program hear from a panel of medical professionals representing R.I.'s largest primary care practice.
In her keynote, Cheryl Nash of Fiserv outlined the case for inclusion in the workplace, as well as steps companies can take to build a better talent pipeline.
“This trip ... complements what we provide in an academic setting and rounds out their experience."
Sessions on blockchain technology and innovation were highlights for Nick Anketell ’19 and Jacob Zimmer ’19.
Global Studies majors witness history and the real-world application of Professor Boggio's research and expertise.
For four consecutive years, the University's Fed Challenge team has been named a regional finalist.
As one student says, "Without the strong sense of community here at Bryant ... I’m not sure where I would be in my faith journey."
Wide-ranging sessions and one-on-one meetings give Class of 2022 and their parents their first real impression of what life at Bryant is like.
Vivian Tejada '17 joins Tiffany Venmahavong '17 as a Fulbright Scholar from Bryant. Both worked with Bryant Scholars faculty mentors as they progressed through grueling application processes.