Dr. Yobaccio played a founding role in the creation of Bryant's acclaimed IB program in 2004.
This year's honorees are D. Ellen Wilson '79, J. Dennis Helpt '66, Daniel Kortick '97 MBA, Daniel J. Rice IV '03, Glen P. Martin '81, '87 MBA, and Bryant Prof. James C. Segovis, Ph.D.
For the 12th consecutive year, the Bryant campus hosted Rhode Island's largest new year festival. More than 400 gathered to celebrate during the event that featured performances by local community groups.
The Bryant community supported this Global Supply Chain Management major as he developed his business, House of Wale. Now he's inspired to give back.
The highlight is MLK Week, featuring the Black History Mobile Museum, Legacy Dinner with social justice advocate Marissa Alexander.
Students can earn the Chartered Financial Analyst® designation, the world's most respected and recognized investment credential.
Rabbi Wayne M. Franklin, Senior Rabbi at Temple Emanu-El in Providence, will be the keynote speaker for the annual event, now in its 22nd year.
Students find that the design thinking skills introduced during Innovation and Design Experience for All become second nature throughout their undergraduate years and beyond.
Their trip is part of the three-credit Global Immersion Experience during which students meet with senior business leaders and innovators abroad.
Students, faculty, and alumni welcome opportunity to share ideas at Bryant's TEDx-affiliated event run by students inspired by the campus spirit of innovation.
Through its discussions and alumnae network, the student-run organization is creating awareness that a finance career is more than "just math" or "a man's job."
After graduating with a degree in Communication, she became a standout at NESN. Thanks to her Bryant network, she's heading to Cornell to pursue her MBA.