Bryant Stories

Snapchat-ing for success: Digital marketing class serves regional businesses

Expectations are steep, with students handling market research, search engine optimization, writing, client management, branding, content marketing, and more.


Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority coming to Bryant in fall

Increased student interest in creating a strong community of women was the impetus for adding a new sorority. Recruiting will take place this spring.


Bryant Athletics Wall of Fame to be unveiled during basketball reunion

On February 11, 2017, Bryant Athletics unveils the new Wall of Fame and honors alumni Jeffrey Doppelt '73 and members of the 1966-67 Men's Basketball team.


Alumni and parent mentors integral to IDEA success

Alumni and parents help guide students through the innovative, 3-day IDEA program that teaches the design thinking process.


Expand your network, celebrate alumni success

We celebrate the 2017 Alumni Achievement Awards recipients and offer a day of panel discussions on finance, health care, and start-ups.


Innovation as a way of thinking

Alumni gathered with accomplished panelists and Management Professor Roberto to explore the realities of entrepreneurship and working with investors.


Student rally supports Bryant's diverse population

Spearheaded by Elizabeth Oluokun ’18 and Liam Rice ’17, "Rally for a Reason" offered "a visible commitment to inclusivity.”


Spotlight on: International Business at Bryant University

As the fall semester comes to a close, many International Business (IB) major seniors have cause to celebrate: a growing percentage have secured full-time positions well before graduation.


PwC Challenge tests students' analytical thinking, decision making, collaboration

Through the annual case competition, Bryant students gain insight into PwC, the profession, and issues faced by global business leaders.


Politics and Law grad Kaitlin Sidorsky ’10 now a college professor

She says Bryant academics helped her discover a passion for politics, and Bryant mentors prepared her for graduate school.


Ann Marie Habershaw ’84: Looking beyond the heated rhetoric of the presidential campaign

"I hope the tone of this election has not turned people off to running for office or working to elect others,” she says.


Café Chats: Interdisciplinary opportunities to explore ideas with Arts and Sciences faculty

The series of conversations builds "community and identity for our Arts and Sciences students," Dean Wendy Samter says.