Bryant Stories

Experts examine the changing health care industry

Alumni who are distinguished leaders in this important sector share their perceptions during "The Business of Health Care: Innovation and Opportunities," part of Alumni Engagement Day.


Inspired innovators begin with the question “Why?”

Panelists at "Start-Up Solutions – Entrepreneurship and Innovation" offer advice and support for new entrepreneurs attempting to turn their ideas into reality.


Kue receives national recognition

The Zenobia Hikes Memorial Award honors the director's commitment to the advancement of women in higher education and to student affairs.


Women in Finance: Thriving in the industry

Alumnae panelists agree that the field of finance/financial services could benefit greatly from the addition of women. Their discussion was part of Alumni Engagement Day.


Challenge grant supports and promotes Bryant's growing School of Health Sciences

Partnering with the Warren Alpert Foundation to advance the School of Health Sciences expands academic offerings and provides new opportunities.


The Comfort finds new life

Alumnus calls on classmates to contribute to revitalizing The Comfort - Bryant's former campus bar and gathering space.


Alexander Bronk ’17: Connecting the dots leads to exciting opportunities

A faculty mentor, job shadowing, and courses that offer engagement with leading global companies have readied him for competitive Target program.


What does it mean to be an innovator? Start-Up Solutions panel will explore

Four entrepreneurs, three of them Bryant alumni, from a variety of industries will discuss what it takes to succeed in a demanding field that requires ingenuity, passion, and drive.


Tiffany Venmahavong '17: Poised to make a contribution to Southeast Asian development

The Bryant Scholars program provided Venmahavong with guidance to complete her application for a prestigious Fulbright Scholar award.


'Disrupt the industry,' keynote speaker tells aspiring entrepreneurs

Kevin Harrington, an original judge on ABC’s "Shark Tank," addressed more than 300 attendees at the annual Bryant University Northeast Entrepreneurship Conference.


Passion for China, nurtured at Bryant, drives Tara Long '17

Long, whose language and marketing skills are in demand at Chafee Center and travel agency, heads to grad school in China after Commencement.


Bloomberg terminals allow curriculum expansion

The addition of a dozen Bloomberg terminals opens the door to add fixed income sequence to finance program.