The faculty and students within our multidisciplinary department advance the study and practice of history and the social sciences through teaching, research, and outreach. Our research generates knowledge rooted in historical and social scientific approaches to the study of the human condition.
She says Bryant academics helped her discover a passion for politics, and Bryant mentors prepared her for graduate school.
For many Bryant faculty members whose expertise includes the political arena, the 2016 presidential election is a living teaching lab.
History major Zeynep Kazmaz ’18 spent her summer in the celebrated New York City museum as a member of the Curatorial Department.
“The integration of business and liberal arts has given me ... a much clearer understanding of the interplay between government and business."
The award, won by Quinn Massaroni, recognizes an undergraduate college student who best reflects the ideals of innovation, good government, refined writing, and communication skills.
Internships and a major in Politics and Law led Dumont to Wake Forest Law; he's now an associate in the firm's Commercial Finance practice group.
A keen sense of analysis and discipline, mastered as a student at Bryant, helps her succeed at the No. 4 law school in the country. Next stop: an international commercial law firm in Washington, D.C.
The right skills (writing, critical reading, ability to summarize), internships, business awareness, and affiliations contribute to high admit rate.
Pop-up retail in the Rotunda helps vendors support a variety of social missions, including clean water, education, anti-hunger initiatives, and more.
More than 20 Bryant students studying political science traveled to New Hampshire Jan. 4-6 to meet with candidates, learn first-hand about the primary process, and get a taste of media frenzy.
Now Research Director for the Michigan Republican Party, he says faculty mentors inspired him to "challenge myself to see something differently."
A history of scandal at top levels casts shadow over state, speakers say as they encourage audience to get involved in reform.