Bryant Communication faculty, students, and alumni, contributed leadership, expertise, and scholarly works at the 110th annual Eastern Communication Association Convention, held at the Omni Hotel in Providence April 10-14. Communication Professor Julie Volkman, served as the a vice president of the prestigious academic conference, which attracted nearly 700 attendees.
Bryant students explored a variety of legal fields and potential careers during a recent trip to Boston where they visited the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office, Boston City Hall, and more. “Getting time with the new District Attorney and hearing about her priorities and policy changes was a valuable experience for the students and helped them […]
Bryant University’s Professional MBA Online is ranked No. 9 in the CollegeConsensus.com ranking of the nation’s top 50 online MBA programs. Bryant launched a fully online Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program in January 2019 that is attracting top students from all over the country. The program is offered in addition to Bryant’s AACSB-accredited, on-campus two-year […]
In her Adult Development and Aging course, Professor of Psychology Nanci Weinberger, Ph.D., came to know Ryan Brown ’17 as an enthusiastic, engaged psychology major. The course became the foundation of a close mentor-mentee relationship that has since led to a bonafide friendship. Weinberger was elated to learn of Brown’s accomplishment as a second-year Ph.D. researcher at Rice University […]
At the fourth annual Analytics without Borders conference on March 29, faculty, students, and industry professionals gathered to examine the future of emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, and predictive analytics. The purpose of the annual forum is to help train the next generation of data scientists. Information Systems and Analytics Professor Kevin Mentzer, Ph.D., was […]
Bryant recently hosted two panels focusing on women in science and technology. The Women in Science panel, “Perspectives on Addiction,” a faculty-student collaboration with Science Professor Kirsten Hokeness, Ph.D., Psychology Professor Joseph Trunzo, Ph.D., and Colby Norris ’19, featured prestigious panelists representing multiple facets of science and healthcare focusing on how to combat addition. The Women in Technology panel, led […]
The results are in. A comprehensive research study examining employment and post-graduate studies for members of the University’s Class of 2018 indicates that Bryant’s most recent graduates are earning a median starting salary of $60,000, topping the earnings of graduates at peer institutions. Nearly 100 percent (99 percent) of Bryant alumni were employed and/or enrolled in graduate […]
In U.S. News & World Report’s “2020 Best Graduate Schools” rankings released this week, Bryant’s Physician Assistant (PA) program ranks among the top five in New England and No. 74 nationally. Launched in 2014, Bryant’s program is tied for first place among the country’s newest programs.
Bryant’s Innovative Healthcare Leadership Certificate Program provides a comprehensive approach to effective leadership in the complex, fast-changing health care ecosystem. The program, offered by Bryant’s Executive Development Center, features a design thinking component that helps leaders explore creative solutions for their organizations. In addition to Design Thinking for Healthcare, all courses, including Innovative Healthcare Leadership, Healthcare Law, Healthcare Ethics, […]
With unemployment rates top-of-mind for economists and the media, Bryant Economics major Hannah Sheldon ’20, in collaboration with Professor of Economics Edinaldo Tebaldi, Ph.D., published an article in Providence Business News shedding light on labor market conditions in New England. According to both Tebaldi and Sheldon, the process that led to the accomplishment was as impactful as the findings presented […]