Bryant University’s Inaugural Sales Symposium on Digital Disruption drew nearly 150 guests, including students and faculty from Bryant and other universities, as well as alumni and corporate sponsors. In his remarks, Provost and Chief Academic Officer Glenn Sulmasy noted that “it’s so important to hold events like this where we learn from our experts and ensure that […]
Maura Coughlin, Ph.D., Professor of Visual Studies in the Department of English and Cultural Studies, was among the leading scholars invited to speak at “Picture Ecology: Art and Ecocriticism in Planetary Perspective,” a Princeton University symposium exploring ecocritical approaches to visual culture.
Bryant University’s Physician Assistant program is helping to meet the critical need for providers who can care for individuals and create efficiencies in the health care system that will benefit all. Since it launched in 2014, Bryant’s PA program, the only accredited program in Rhode Island, is fast becoming one of the most sought-after in the country.
“Kafka Komix,” an art installation by Bryant’s English and Culture Studies chair Professor Martha Kuhlman, Ph.D., currently on display in Bryant’s Krupp Library, represents a synthesis of teaching, scholarship, and artistic expression. The work draws on the power of innovative transformation to tell a well-known tale in a fascinating new way.
When Jillian Donlon ’19 of Westwood, MA, saw that Bryant was adding a Data Sciences program, she jumped at the opportunity. “I can combine my computer and analytical skills with creative thinking in applying any kind of data into usable insights,” says the Data Science major with complimentary minors in Political Science and Media and […]
In the American Management Association’s AMA Quarterly, Bryant Management Professors Lori Coakley, Ph.D., and Mike Roberto, D.B.A., focus on the “power and importance” of the human connection at a time when artificial intelligence and big data are getting most of the attention. “No matter the technology, the most successful product and service innovations will hinge on the ability of managers […]
With the release of the Fourth National Climate Assessment report in November, Science and Technology Department Chair Kirsten Hokeness, Ph.D., highlights how Bryant faculty from a wide variety of disciplines are investigating the effects of climate change. Brian Blais, Ph.D., Gaytha Langlois, Ph.D., Chris Reid, Ph.D., Qin Leng, Ph.D., and Hong Yang, Ph.D., are making important contributions to better understand and find solutions to […]
Professor of Economics Edinaldo Tebaldi, Ph.D. returned to Bryant this fall after more than a year working as an economic development consultant for the World Bank. He talks about his role helping to tackle global challenges such as addressing climate change, alleviating poverty, and promoting economic growth around the world. He also reflects on how he brings […]
The integration of perspectives, a hallmark of a Bryant education, has been inspiring to Samantha Sainvil ’19 of Bridgeport, CT. The Information Systems major with minors in French and Africana and Black Studies says Bryant is a great place to explore new ideas. “Everyone has a voice here. When we work together, we see how ideas can […]
James Barrat, documentary filmmaker and author of “Our Final Invention: Artificial Intelligence and the End of the Human Era,” spoke to students at Bryant’s annual Ethics Event, a signature element of the University’s award-winning First-Year Gateway Program. “We’re living in a time when it’s more important than ever before to take stock of what we […]