Bryant Stories

Bryant professor a ‘Woman of Distinction’

Sandra Enos, Ph.D., professor of Sociology and Service Learning, is being honored this month in a photo exhibition of "Rhode Island Women of Distinction."


Why study biology at Bryant? For the rapport, rigor, and relevance

Students pursuing Bryant's Bachelor of Science in Biology engage in a program with two unique and defining features: intensive real-world experience and extensive real-time mentoring.


Alumni Achievement Award recipients for 2014 announced

Bryant University’s Office of Alumni Engagement announces seven recipients of Alumni Achievement Awards for 2014.


IDEA: Take risks, fail, try again

The second annual Innovation and Design Experience for All immersed first-year students in design thinking: inspiration, ideation, and implementation, followed by iteration.


Graduate program in Physician Assistant Studies is premier program of Bryant's new School of Health Sciences

This media kit includes press releases, quotes from key leaders in the health care field, and additional background material regarding Bryant's announcement of its new physician assistant program.


Bryant faculty lend their expertise to state economic research

Professors Jongsung Kim and Joseph Ilacqua are among the scholars enlisted by College & University Research Collaborative to conduct research that will inform policymakers.


Bryant University Maintains 20 Years of Prestigious AACSB Business Accreditation

The College of Business has maintained its AACSB business accreditation.


Celebration of Bryant's 150th anniversary concludes with Festival of Lights

The annual event marked the conclusion of the University's sesquicentennial, launched in February.


Becoming citizens of the world, one hour at a time

The Intercultural Center's popular Global Community Hours, one of Bryant’s signature initiatives to help build cultural competency, offer meaningful exposure to a wide variety of cultures and economies.


Bryant students learn as they serve others

Through Management 200 and as members of clubs, athletic teams, fraternities, and sororities, students donate time, money and talent to Smithfield and causes they believe in.


Undiscovered for decades, cache of WW2 letters tells story of leadership, character

"Bryant College Goes to War" features letters of thanks from alumni who received morale-boosting packages from student club.


Celebrating alumni for decades

Bryant's mission has always been to help students achieve their personal best. The positive impact our alumni have had - in business, in not-for-profit organizations, in the world - is immeasurable.