Seniors majoring in international business work with companies that have come to Bryant looking for help doing business globally. In the senior-year IB practicum, students conduct research for these clients to produce business plans that the CEOs can put into action.
Bryant's Current Economic Indicator contains two key components that distinguish it from other indices. Both reflect the impact on RI of economic activity in the US and the region.
Bryant faculty conducted one of the first research studies on RFID's return on investment. The study prompted several faculty-student collaborations in global supply chain management, operations management, and RFID; yielded a published paper; and a new supply chain strategy for a fledgeling company.
The Faculty Achievement Awards and the Faculty Federation Distinguished Faculty Award are Bryant’s highest faculty honors in the two colleges. The awards recognize superior accomplishments in teaching, research and publication, service, and mentoring.
Professor of Mathematics Robert Muksian develops models to help small investors decide their financial futures.
A Bryant expert in corporate governance applauds regulations that changed the way executives are compensated.
XBRL has the potential to end the kind of unreliable information that led to the last two financial crises, Bryant professor says.
4MILE connects international and multicultural students to the resources and support networks that are the foundation for success at Bryant.
The annual New York City Experience gives Honors Program students commercial and cultural opportunities that offer "a unique experience ... in a mentor-oriented environment."
Marketing Professor Michael Gravier spent 12 years as an Air Force logistics specialist coordinating military health care in areas of civil war. He believes that some of the U.S. military’s best practices in the delivery of health care could guide policy decisions and help implement a more cost-effective and efficient civilian system.
Bryant’s new crew team came to be because of Nicola Dechamps ’14, who was attending an event on campus with her dad when President Machtley joined them. "I was completely shocked when he said that if I decided to attend Bryant, I could start a crew team with his full support,” says Dechamps. “I e-mailed him the next night and said, ‘Game on.’”
Harris Roberts '14 is one of 100 students who attended a White House event on entrepreneurship. He shares his experience in this video.