Through academic excellence, we provide the theoretical foundation for critical thinking in quantitative problem solving and reasoning. We help students to develop their ability to effectively communicate mathematics, and prepare them for success in a career in actuarial mathematics, applied mathematics, applied statistics, or other profession.
Nearly a dozen Bryant alumni work for the tech giant, where a devotion to innovation is a key element to success in the Google culture.
"The University has the unique ability to provide the perfect opportunity for each student. I honestly don’t think I would have gotten these opportunities anywhere else."
His 2015 internship at Nomura Securities, which he learned about through an alumnus, led to an on-the-spot job offer.
The exceptional results qualified Diwas Puri '17 for a scholarship and prompted King of Bhutan to release his parents, political prisoners for a decade.
Now an associate analyst, he was a presenter at annual Analytics Using SAS Day, an event coordinated by the AAAC co-directors who guided him into his profession.
The mathematics professor found that 56 percent who declare a major as Bryant first-year students graduated in that same major.
Leadership opportunities and SIE transformed a "totally lost" teen into a confident grad who will begin her career as a Cigna benefit analyst.
Professor of Mathematics and Computer Information Systems Alan Olinsky, Ph.D., is the 2015 winner of the SAS Distinguished Professor Award.
The awards from Ronald McDonald House recognizes influential women in the Rhode Island community who consistently make a positive impact and demonstrate exceptional leadership.
Annual symposium on April 1 includes presentations by experts on health outcomes data, systemic risk, applied analytics for business, real-time offers.
Bryant's growing recognition in the field of applied analytics draws leaders in the field to full day of presentations co-hosted by SAS Institute.
His educational path led from Burundian refugee camps, to CCRI, to Bryant, where, as a transfer student, "I was inspired by everyone I met." Now, "the sky's the limit."