The rise of Bryant's rankings in the past decade reflect the growing awareness of the University's academic innovation and reputation.
Bryant students head to Washington, D.C., for firsthand look at inauguration, presidential transition
The students are enrolled in "2009 Presidential Inauguration," a three-credit winter-session course designed by Bryant political scientist Richard Holtzman.
Using what they've learned in the classroom, the three-student team bests 80 others with a winning proposal for one family's savings and investment.
University bestows three honorary degrees, presents diplomas to 754 graduates praised by President Machtley for their "confidence, swagger."
“Health care sits at the heart of the U.S. economy,” said President Machtley. “We’re positioning our programs so that our students can take advantage of the very best career opportunities in this sector."
Robert A. DiMuccio of Amica addresses the 106 graduates and their guests, receives honorary degree.
The collaboration with Providence Journal, R.I. PBS aims to assist voters throughout the election cycle. It includes a poll, candidates' responses to leadership questions, tools to measure candidates' leadership skills
Students who won the awards are praised as leaders, role models, and for their efforts to raise awareness on key gender issues in the Bryant community.
Survivor Jarrod Clowery worked with students in Management 200 to create Heroes Hearts Foundation, a nonprofit that brings messages of hope, compassion, and kindness to children.
Participants learn essential interpersonal skills and are trained to recognize and respond to signs of distress and crisis.
Bryant ranked 49th, continuing a steady rise in the rankings; employers ranked Bryant 18th, affirming the University's strength in preparing students for success.
The honorees are Richard W. Fisher of Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Robert A. DiMuccio of Amica Mutual Insurance, Joyce M. Roché of Girls Inc., and Scott C. Donnelly of Textron.