There are 144 Bryant students studying abroad this semester. Of that number, 11 are in Aix-en-Provence, France. All have full access to University support systems.
Board of Trustees determined that "the egregious conduct that Mr. Cosby has acknowledged ... is inconsistent with the character, values, and behavior that we expect of an honorary degree holder."
The five-student team's case analysis and recommendations, complemented by their commitment to teamwork and presentation skills, led to victory over nine other collegiate teams.
YummyBazaar.com, an online service featuring international foods, claimed the $20,000 top prize. The company was co-founded by David Meskhi '01.
"Getting the Government We Deserve" on Oct. 28 also includes former R.I. Auditor Gen. Ernest Almonte, Alan Hassenfeld, former R.I. Atty. Gen. Arlene Violet, and former U.S. Congressman and R.I. Lt. Gov. Robert Weygand.
Although 75.9% of those surveyed said the state spends too little on road, bridge maintenance, almost 70% said they would not support an increased gas tax for such repairs.
Their presentation is part of the President's Cultural Series.
Fellowship aims to integrate students and recent graduates into R.I.’s startup ecosystem and open entrepreneurship opportunities.
New federal website ranks Bryant No. 1 in R.I. in post-graduation salary; Money magazine calls University a "best value."
Bryant partners with Beijing Institute of Technology Zhuhai to offer the only U.S.-China joint four-year undergraduate business degree program in China.
Several publications, including U.S. News & World Report and College Factual/USA Today, recognize the University's academic excellence.
Bryant was selected for its longstanding relationships in China, past successes, and current plans to expand its operations in China. The forum will be held on campus Nov. 12-13.