Senior business executives and seasoned creative practitioners help develop innovative programs and provide unique points of view for students.
Interdisciplinary discussion stimulates thinking about the Fourth Industrial Revolution "fusing the physical, digital, and biological worlds..."
Week-long trip was a component of "History, Law and the Holocaust."
Though they're still weeks away from graduation, many members of the Class of 2018 already know exactly what they'll be doing after they walk under the Archway in May.
The program, developed by Bryant's Center for Student Leadership and Involvement, provides a forum for critical thought, creative reflection, and heightened awareness of leadership theory in action.
The grassroots networking community allows members of the Bryant community opportunities to mentor, receive career advice or find a job, or post jobs and internships.
The College of Arts & Sciences program connects students with faculty who have professional interests and experience in fields they’d like to explore.
Laura Kohl led initiatives to embed information literacy skills as a key learning outcome of the University's nationally recognized first-year experience program.
The Archway Investment Fund legacy continues through successful faculty and alumni who pay it forward as mentors.
Hundreds of college students from across the country gathered to "pick an entrepreneur's brain" and apply what they learn to their own paths.
RED18 on April 18 offers a dynamic display of how the Bryant experience creates innovative leaders and problem solvers — and inspired learning.
As one co-director says, "I am passionate about social justice and awareness, and the fact that this combines the two in one of the biggest events on campus is really special."