Robert Jay Amrien exemplified the qualities of Bryant's Master of Physician Assistant Studies Program when he responded to a call for help, saving a passenger's life.
"There’s so much to learn from women in the Bryant community and in the field. I'm glad to connect with my female peers," one audience member said.
Bryant's inspiring sense of community begins at Orientation and carries through freshman year with Gateway, IDEA and a "strong human element" providing connection.
Bryant’s IB program "gave me a strong base in all parts of business, which made me a stronger competitor for the program.”
Working with Bryant faculty and students, the Lincoln School group learned to embrace a methodology that enriches learning and problem-solving skills.
The Nineteenth Century Studies Association acknowledged her outstanding research and teaching contributions by presenting to her the 2017 President's Award.
Catherine Parente '78 was often the only woman in her classes at Bryant while studying to be an accountant, and she became the first woman to be named partner at her firm. In honor of her parents who instilled a good work ethic, Parente established a scholarship as part of Bryant's capital campaign.
In Prof. Ratcliffe's Management 200 course, the payoff of planning, leading, organizing, and controlling helps to sustain a local nonprofit that works with children.
“I like to be creative, and marketing is such a broad field. ... You can go in so many directions,” says Messina, whose coursework, internships helped land her a marketing assistant position.
The fellowship will open doors and generate opportunities for LaGuardia, who already is finding ways to address global challenges through service learning.
Recently named to the Forbes "30 Under 30" list, this tech entrepreneur draws lessons from his Bulldog football years. "Team unity is crucial," he says.
She's blending Communication and Management to chart a path toward a career running a financial literacy company for immigrants and their families.