The Bryant Faculty Spotlight podcast series showcases faculty scholarship and innovation. Each podcast features an in-depth discussion with a faculty member about their recent projects and publications, their approach to teaching and learning, and the successes and challenges they’ve encountered on their respective journeys.
In recognition of Earth Day and Bryant’s panel on Climate Change and ESG Investing today at 4:00 p.m., we asked Asli Ascioglu, Ph.D., Finance Professor and Department Chair, Coordinator, C.V. Starr Financial Markets Center, and Archway Investment Fund Director, to share insights on ESG (environmental, social, and governance) investing. Professor Ascioglu first introduced ESG investing into the Archway Investment Fund […]
The Center for Health and Behavioral Sciences (CHBS) is off to a strong start, hosting a three-part Seminar Series this spring featuring three renowned industry experts who discussed critical issues and changes in health care today. The CHBS, which launched in August 2020, recently announced the appointment of 15 Faculty Fellows who will collaborate on research and program development […]
Students in Bryant’s Economics 490 Consulting capstone course, led by Ramesh Mohan, Ph.D., Professor of Economics, serve as high-level consultants and are held to rigorous professional standards. For a recent project, they developed a damage analysis of the African locust crisis and presented their findings to representatives from the World Bank.
Throughout the academic year, Bryant student teams put their knowledge to the test in high-caliber intercollegiate academic competitions against other schools—including Ivy League institutions—regionally, nationally, and internationally. Bryant teams consistently earn recognition, often finishing as top performers or landing in the winner’s circle. This year was no exception.
Bryant faculty continue to be called upon for their expertise on a number of relevant topics in the news, including COVID testing and vaccines, financial markets and financial literacy, economic perspectives, and global supply chains. Their comments and content are regularly included in top tier and industry media such as NBC News, USA Today, Reuters, Adweek, […]
“Incredible achievement and great tragedy unfolded on the treacherous slopes of Mount Everest in the spring of 1996,” begins Trustee Professor of Management Michael Roberto’s landmark 2003 case study Mount Everest–1996. Recently named a “Classic Case” by The Case Centre, a nonprofit dedicated to furthering business education and the case study method, it documents the harrowing story […]
Rick Gorvett, FCAS, CERA, MAAA, ARM, FRM, Ph.D., Professor and Chair of the Department of Mathematics at Bryant, is one of the country’s top actuarial science and enterprise risk management experts. As a member of the Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS) Automated Vehicles Task Force, he studied the insurance and risk management implications of autonomous vehicles (AVs, also […]
For public healthcare organizations, using data analytics to continuously lower costs while improving quality of care is critical to their success, and to the patients they serve. That’s what makes a data analytics challenge within the course ISA 201: Introduction to Information Technology and Analytics so exceptional.
As an Associate Scientist on Pfizer’s manufacturing science and technology team, Alyssa Gall ’19 helps ensure that the company’s pharmaceuticals, including their COVID-19 vaccine, are safe and effective. It’s important, detail-oriented work that requires high-level technical, problem-solving, and analytical skills –talents she honed during her time at Bryant University.