Faculty News

John T. Quinn: Parsing data about college majors, higher ed and the twitterverse

The mathematics professor found that 56 percent who declare a major as Bryant first-year students graduated in that same major.


Joseph Trunzo research links energy drink consumption to lower GPA

“It’s ... a stronger predictor of poor academic performance than is the use of recreational drugs," Professor of Applied Psychology says.


Professor Nigro's financial expertise highly regarded by national media

He has the ear of leading business and finance publications when it comes to perspective on issues involving saving, credit risk, and fair lending.


Olinsky honored by SAS for innovative analytics education leadership

Professor of Mathematics and Computer Information Systems Alan Olinsky, Ph.D., is the 2015 winner of the SAS Distinguished Professor Award.


Jiang, Zhang receive inaugural Santander Faculty Research Awards

The funds will help each foster collaboration with universities around the world.


Bryant faculty travel to China to offer executive development training

The week of intensive classes at Guangdong Electric Power Design Institute "allowed us to get into the very competitive executive training market in China.”


Finance professors tapped for expertise

Peter Nigro, Dave Louton are resources for media when news about banking, investing, stock market breaks.


Day in demand as political satire expert

Her expertise proved valuable in the wake the shootings at the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris and the controversial release of the movie “The Interview.”


Schumacher honored with leadership award

The awards from Ronald McDonald House recognizes influential women in the Rhode Island community who consistently make a positive impact and demonstrate exceptional leadership.


Book of the Year Award honors Bryant's work on Holocaust

The history professor's "Eyewitness to Genocide" focuses on the trials of guards and officers at concentration camps during the Holocaust.


Prof. Enos reflects on her 40 years of civic engagement work

As an educator in the Department of History and Social Sciences, "I try to help students understand all the ways that their lives are implicated in the lives of others.


Samter to lead College of Arts and Sciences

An award-winning educator and expert on interpersonal communication, Samter "has inspired countless students and challenged them to view communication from different perspectives."