Relevant coursework and a powerful group of collaborators helps this entrepreneur as he builds his own success story.
Studying law as an avenue to public service
Asking questions and taking initiative propels a student-athlete with high aims.
Mixing his coursework with his passion helps a small-business owner learn how the world works.
As a Politics and Law major, this aspiring policy advisor explores intersections and makes connections to find his unique voice.
Building academic credentials that will one day help him start his own business.
World travel is just the first thing on the itinerary for a globally-minded student.
"I know that if you put the time and commitment into something, and have a passion for what you do, then good things will happen."
Working with faculty mentors and taking on opportunities to succeed in the field of global supply chain management.
Discovering the best way to help others was the first step in making a difference.
Seeing the world more clearly is important to a student who believes there often is more than meets the eye.
Solving big problems in the real world suits a young data scientist ready to change the game.
An inquisitive researcher is discovering new things about her field and about herself.
Bryant’s close-knit community and this talented athlete’s work ethic keep her rising to the challenge.
A young entrepreneur who is "always looking for that next big thing" succeeds in both business and mentoring.
“I knew I wouldn’t just be getting a degree here. ... I was getting the whole experience."
“Be yourself and you’ll find your community," this innovative entrepreneur tells incoming students.
Combining diverse courses of study with a love for the arts is preparing a high-performer to thrive.
At just 21, she became the youngest student ever admitted into a prestigious Italian graduate program.
"If someone’s looking for opportunities and options, Bryant offers more than any college I’ve ever seen,” this Army veteran says.
Bryant's Data Science program "connected me with impactful and motivational data science mentors and resources."
An aspiring physician assistant builds the skills and experience she’ll need to ensure that future patients receive the best care.
A network of encouraging mentors helped a Human Resources Management major to develop the skills to become a leader.
A diverse education gave a multi-talented student the skills to tackle a wide range of challenges and explore new frontiers.
An international student found the support she needed to further her goal of becoming a voice for others.
Being a catalyst for other students’ transformations is important to this Politics and Law major.
Managed more than $1.2 million of real money through the Archway Investment Fund
A desire to “go big” leads to a passion for helping others achieve their best.
“You should come to Bryant if you want to explore what you can achieve, but also to become more comfortable with who you are.”
Welcomed by Bryant's purposeful and engaging student life experience, he's now inspired to excel.
"Finding the people who are trying to create and spread good in the world is important to me. I want to be part of that."
A rising leader, inspired by her mentors, makes sure everyone's included
Top-level research is helping a skilled biologist earn her place in the scientific community.
Combining diverse ideas and perspective is helping a student to manage a complex world.
A Communication student who wrote her own novel and gave a talk at TedXBryantU
A team of friends and mentors helped a talented athlete build a record of success
"Management is about helping other people achieve their best success," says this Bryant alumna.
Leadership opportunities and an innovative atmosphere are teaching a great communicator how to get the word out.
Dedicated teachers inspire a passionate student committed to being a educator who cares.
Bryant opened doors to public policy work. “I want to do something that has an impact, and public policy directly affects so many people."
A transfer student from Bryant Zhuhai discovers a campus that now feels like home.
Exploring the world around her gave a passionate educator the skills to make the world better one light bulb moment at a time.
As a Changemaker Fellow, connecting RI's young entrepreneurs to resources for success.
Innovative courses and nurturing mentors aided a student researcher’s exploration of complex issues
After graduation, she joins PwC as an Advanced Risk and Compliance Analytics associate.
A fledgling startup takes flight with business acumen and inspiration
Bryant’s powerful alumnae network helped this former President of Bryant’s Honors Program land a dream position at an international education company.
Shruti is combining her passions for problem-solving and traveling into a consulting role.
A curatorial internship at the famed Guggenheim Museum leading to a career in the arts.
One-to-one faculty-student relationships and career connections taught a student how to lead.
By studying Spanish and business, "I am getting the most out of my education and engaging both sides of my brain.”
Innovative courses and real-world experience are helping a curious student explore her interests and discover new paths to success.
She found an outlet for her passion for nature through Bryant's Environmental Science program
"Communication is a skill needed to excel in any path. Having it as my major ensures success in my career."
A dedicated student utilizes a broad range of Bryant resources to build the future he’s always imagined.
For a talented Accounting and Applied Analytics student, understanding the big picture includes passing on what he’s learned.
Looking at all the different angles helped a curious student put the pieces together
Adding concentrations in Information Systems and Analytics and in Applied Analytics is preparing this finance student for a career on the cutting edge of "fintech."
Combining interests in advocacy and business into an impressive array of leadership opportunities.
Along with her desire to achieve, faculty mentors have helped this student find her passion for neuropsychology.
Connecting the dots with talented mentors from the Bryant network led to exciting opportunities
Heading to law school after completing an advanced degree in forensic psychology.
An actuarial intern at The Hanover Insurance Group, developed a tool the company uses to analyze variables and set rates.
A focus on China, and a global perspective, allowed an international explorer to further broaden her horizons.
An ambition to drive change led her to study sociology
Building on skills developed at Bryant and inspired by a "duty to give back to the African continent."
Opportunities to examine real-life issues and support important causes readied an altruist to make a difference.
Diverse courses in analysis, honed by experience, helped develop an ability to build little details into the big picture.
Ossei, who obtained his MSA and MBA after graduating from Bryant, is an associate consultant at Tredence, Inc.
Innovative and exploratory coursework in GSCM and Applied Analytics led to a student discovering her calling.
A diverse mix of classes and a professor who encouraged new ideas helped a creative student express his vision.
An education focused on both versatility and in-depth knowledge prepared a student for graduate study and beyond.
A well-rounded education and leadership opportunities help realize a calling: to help others reach their full potential.
A major in finance complemented with a minor in legal studies prepared this accomplished student for a career in the commercial real estate industry.
A desire to change the world comes true through the Bryant Scholars program, faculty mentors, and a Fulbright Award.
A certified public accountant, she has been a manager or partner at two of the nation’s premiere public accounting firms.
Senior partner and national financial services leader at PwC Canada; previously senior leader at KPMG
“It’s great to see their confidence grow as they start posting on a company’s behalf to Facebook, etc. That’s when the true stars come out.”
“Communication plays an essential role in management and the workplace. From a company’s mission statement down to the hiring process, communication is critical to good leadership.”
“One of our tasks as educators is to challenge [students], encourage them and nurture them so that they graduate as individuals ready to do something positive.”
“I get caught up in my heartfelt desire to make a difference. There’s no better occupation for knowing my grander purpose than teaching.”
“I thought accounting would be a solid job, but it has also turned out to be a fascinating subject. It’s all about getting the information you need to make good decisions in business."
Empowering others to help them identify their purpose as confident passionate leaders
Bryant's science students have "the distinctive experience of very small classes and one-on-one-opportunities to do research with faculty."
"The beauty of marketing is that it combines a little bit of everything,”
“My favorite part of teaching is getting students to discover things about themselves that they didn't know, and witnessing those a-ha moments."
"I’ve chosen this career … to ensure that the next generation succeeds not only as great businesspeople but as individuals who care about the environment and other people. That’s the [obligation] of… good teachers and good role models.”
"When faculty combine liberal arts and business, it’s like being Socrates in the morning, and Steve Jobs in the afternoon."
“I love what I do because we have major environmental problems out there, and my students and I can be part of finding solutions.”
“My job is to prepare you to handle whatever tool is thrown at you, while acknowledging that you will have no experience with that tool.”
Professor Nigro's teaching principles: no lectures, no textbooks, no raising of hands. “In my class ... it’s a dialogue. I am known as a hard teacher. You come to class prepared.”
Professor Olinsky, "a truly innovative leader in his field,” pioneered Bryant’s partnership with SAS, the analytics industry powerhouse.
Energy, engagement, and passion are hallmarks of Professor Roberto's award-winning teaching style. “I have a lot of enthusiasm and hope it’s contagious."
“I use real-world examples to highlight what we are talking about and to illustrate not only what faculty are doing, but also to show what’s going on outside our windows.”
“The heart of a great education, and a Bryant education, is a close and active relationship between students and faculty, with faculty lecturing less and coaching more."
Helping people lead better lives "is always on my mind, whether it’s in the classroom or a therapy session. Learning about psychology can help, no matter what one’s goals are.”
“Supply chain management requires a systems approach. You need to know finance, accounting, marketing, sales, operations, information technology.”
An awareness of constant change informs his teaching. “Trying new things isn’t an option. It’s a must.”