Bryant University and the Rhode Island Foundation will partner again this fall to deliver a four-part virtual panel series, “Paths to Recovery: Strategies for Getting Back to Work and to a Better Future.” The series, sponsored by Citizens Bank and Fidelity Investments, will feature distinguished experts, scholars, leaders, and policy makers who will focus on the […]
“I have never witnessed a more mobilized faculty, student affairs team and support staff in my career,” said Provost and Chief Academic Officer Glenn Sulmasy, JD., LL.M, in his Aug. 21 Hartford Courant op-ed titled, “As campuses prepare to deal with the return of students during coronavirus, the teachers are rising to the occasion.” Read more about how the Bryant community […]
Recognizing that many students had lost their summer jobs and internships due to the coronavirus pandemic, Finance Professor Peter Nigro, Ph.D., Economics Professor Edinaldo Tebaldi, Ph.D., and Management Professor Michael Roberto, Ph.D. teamed up to create the Summer Research and Innovation Village to help students develop their research and critical thinking skills. All 35 faculty who joined the effort volunteered […]
One of the many ways Bryant has adapted to ensure the health and safety of students and faculty during the pandemic is to invest in technology and system upgrades of classrooms. The new technology and hybrid course delivery model enables effective social distancing and an optimal learning environment.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) Division of Chemistry has awarded Christopher Reid, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Science and Technology, a three-year, $296,275 chemical biology grant to study bacterial cell wall metabolism. This is Bryant’s first independent grant secured from the NSF, and it enables Professor Reid to develop chemical tools to study how the cell wall is disassembled to […]
Students taking the Global Supply Chain Management capstone course, the GSCM Practicum, partnered with industry clients to apply their knowledge and solve difficult supply chain problems, delivering projected savings of tens of millions of dollars.
Bryant University celebrates the resilient, innovative, and prepared Class of 2020 who join a powerful network of more than 50,000 accomplished alumni who are inspired to excel and make a difference as leaders in their organizations and communities around the world. Congratulations also to those whose achievements landed them on the spring 2020 President’s and Deans’ lists.
Bryant University recently welcomed the 835 students of Bryant’s Class of 2024 to campus. Selected from more than 7,500 applicants, the second largest applicant pool in Bryant history, they earned admission through their academic accomplishments, commitment to leadership, and strength of character.
Bryant University and the Rhode Island Foundation are partnering on a series of moderated virtual panel discussions with leaders and policy makers to help Rhode Islanders understand the economic impact of COVID-19. Topics and dates are: A Time for Strategic Leadership, Mon., May 11.; COVID-19 and Public Finances in Rhode Island, Wed., May 27; and Jobs […]
For the students in Bryant’s Honors Program, the Honors thesis is often the biggest project they have ever undertaken – and may well be among their greatest research achievements. Known for their rigor, the research projects test every element of their education, from project management to researching and analyzing key data to presenting and often publishing […]