Rhode Island Monthly Higher Learning 2015 : Page 16

SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION { Bryant University professors are “good at teaching but even better at providing real-world knowledge and examples.” — e Princeton Review Admission O ce 1150 Douglas Pike Smith eld, RI 02917 401 2326100 admission.bryant.edu FACTS Established: 1863 Current Enrollment: 3,287 Student-Teacher Ratio: 16:1 Tuition: $38,199 Undergrad Degrees: 32 Graduate Degrees: 6 Distance to Providence: 12 mi REGINA CASTRO ´14 Major: Finance, Applied Economics From: Atyrau, Kazakhstan Q: Can you share a highlight of your Bryant experience? A: Economics Professor Laurie Bates challenged and inspired me. Every class was interesting and beneicial to my learning experience. She helped me to see the bigger picture of the subject and even changed my world outlook. Q: What sets Bryant apart? A: Bryant’s integration of liberal arts and business curriculum. Employers desire to work with individuals who possess knowl-edge in more than one area. Q: You interned with Shell Global? A: As an intern in the treasury department of Shell in Kazakhstan, I reviewed treasury documents and used my language skills in Russian, Kazakh, and English to liaison with banks. To learn about Bryant’s success stories, visit bryant.edu. Bryant University Smithfield, Rhode Island credentials, and qualities of charac-ter to become active contributors who think in a global context. Bryant’s innovative education instills not just information but values, develops not just technical skills but critical thinking and reasoning ability, and inspires not just competence but leadership and service on a global basis. — Bryant University President Ronald K. Machtley hroughout its more than 150-year history, Bryant University has earned a distin-guished reputation for innovative academic programs and technolo-gies that are marketplace driven and highly attuned to the emerg-ing needs of industry and society. The new Academic Innovation Center, the keystone of Bryant’s capital campaign, will provide f lexible spaces that open the doors to innovative methods of teaching and learning.. • • T semester-long Sophomore Inter-national Experience course that culminates in a 10-day trip abroad. Achieve your success Ninety-eight percent of Bryant gra d ua t e s are em p l oyed o r enrolled in graduate school with-in six months of graduation. The median starting salary for Bryant’s graduates is $53,000. Employers tell the school they love hiring accomplished Bryant graduates. “ ” Create your path From the start, students find that Bryant’s interdisciplinary studies and engaged learning are designed with their success in mind. World-class faculty integrate theoretical and applied concepts in a broad range of majors from accounting to sociology, all complemented by rich co-curricular opportunities. Students discover their passions and create their own paths as they develop the knowledge, skills, Expand your world To b roa d en th eir intercultural knowl-edge an d co mpe-tency, Bryant also encourages students t o parti ci pa t e in study abroad oppor-tunitie s. Students can choose from ac-ademic programs in 50 countries for a semester overseas, or the distinctive 16 RHODE ISL AND MONTHLY I HIGHER LE ARNING I 2015 Photograph by Patrick O’Connor

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