Bryant will host the fourth annual TEDxBryant U, “Breaking Barriers,” on Saturday, February 20, 2021. This year’s event will combine both in-person and virtual viewing opportunities. Additional details, including registration information and this year’s slate of speakers, will be announced soon.
Bryant stands out as one of the few academic institutions in the country that is, to date, successfully delivering programs with more than 90 percent of students residing on campus. This encouraging start for the fall semester provides a solid foundation for plans for the winter session and spring semester 2021.
Bryant Provost and Chief Academic Officer Glenn Sulmasy, JD, LL.M, and College of Arts and Sciences Interim Dean Wendy Samter, Ph.D., announce the establishment of the Center for Health and Behavioral Sciences (CHBS), which is supported by a $200,000 grant from the Fred M. Roddy Foundation, a non-profit organization that supports the fields of medicine, health care, […]
“I want to make the most of my four years of college,” says Caroline Meizen ’21 of Douglas, MA, “and that means challenging myself and exploring.” A Marketing major concentrating in Sports Studies, Meizen says that adaptability is a key to success. “You need to be open to what’s around you. There will always be changing methods […]
Bryant President Ross Gittell, Ph.D. has announced the 2020-21 members of the University’s Bryant Senior Advisory Council (BSAC). In announcing the appointment of the BSAC members, President Gittell said, “During these challenging times and in the first year of my presidency, I have learned a lot about and from our students. Their insights and perspectives…will […]
Against a backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic, a U.S. presidential election, and complex issues such as inequality, racial justice, climate change, Bryant University welcomed an expert in complex problem solving, Beth Simone Noveck, Ph.D., to launch this year’s Honors Program Speaker Series. Noveck presented her case for 21st-century public entrepreneurship and society’s need to train more public problem solvers […]
A dedicated team at the Douglas and Judith Krupp Library has created a podcast series that spotlights Bryant faculty scholarship. The Bryant Faculty Spotlight features interviews with Bryant faculty members as they talk about their latest research. Faculty featured so far include: Brian Blais Ph.D., Professor of Science and Technology, Stefanie Boyer, Ph.D., Professor of Marketing, Martha Kuhlman, Ph.D., Professor of English […]
In rankings news released last week, Bryant is No. 7 in the 2021 U.S. News & World Report College Rankings, rising 17 places overall in the 17 years since entering the Regional Universities North category, and is No. 2 Best College for Veterans. Also, at the conclusion of the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE) accreditation campus visit last […]
Registration is open for the Oct. 7 panel, “Restoring the Social Fabric: Opportunities and Challenges,” organized by Brad Martin, Ph.D., Professor of History, and moderated by Neil Steinberg, President and CEO of the Rhode Island Foundation. Thanks to the more than 260 people who attended the first panel, “Health Care in Pandemic Times,” moderated by […]
Bryant stands out as one of the few academic institutions in the country with five weeks of programs delivered in the classroom and 90 percent or higher residency. This encouraging start for the fall semester provides a solid foundation for winter session and spring 2021.