Faculty News

Bryant faculty members honored for teaching, research, service, mentoring

Recognition by one’s faculty peers is among the highest honors that can be bestowed in an academic community.


New Book by Psychology Professor Joe Trunzo Will Offer Help to People with Lyme Disease

Trunzo takes an evidence-based, scientific approach to helping people change how they experience their illness as they work toward getting well.


Leng, Yang win National Science Foundation award to investigate climate change

The three-year, $471,370 grant will also support the training of two graduate students and three undergraduate students at Bryant.


Innovative teaching yields big results

What Management Professors Jiang, Primus, and Ratcliffe have discovered about creativity and industry disruption is helping them prepare Bryant students to build what the future needs.


An Exhibit of Silk Road Art Treasures from Dunhuang Caves Coming to Bryant Sept. 27-Oct. 6

The arts and culture of Dunhuang, a major crossroads on China's Silk Road, will be recreated using digital imaging, virtual reality, and short movies.


Provost Announces New Dean and New Faculty from Top Institutions Around the World

Thirteen new faculty members will help advance teaching innovation across the university.


Suhong Li named 2017 Computer Educator of the Year

The award from the International Association for Computer Information Systems acknowledges the professor's outstanding record of professional service, teaching, and scholarship


Preliminary Patent Protection for Science Professor Chris Reid and Student Research Team

A family of potent compounds developed by Prof. Chris Reid, his research team, including his undergraduate students, is one step closer to being patented.


Boyer's innovative method for teaching global sales skills wins national award

The Bryant marketing professor will receive the American Marketing Association Sales SIG Excellence in Teaching Award.


Business dean honored for Indian heritage leadership

India Association of Rhode Island celebrates Madan Annavarjula's “commitment to preserve, foster, and honor the diverse social, cultural, and educational heritage of India.”


Bryant PA director rises to the challenge of mid-air health crisis

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.


Art is a powerful canvas for Professor Coughlin

The Nineteenth Century Studies Association acknowledged her outstanding research and teaching contributions by presenting to her the 2017 President's Award.