In making the transition from student to successful professional, Bryant alumni have followed a variety of paths. Here are a few of their stories.
Bryant’s integrated curriculum gave Leonard the flexibility to chart a unique path that incorporated finance, economics and applied statistics.
Nadolny thought she would go into finance or accounting. Instead, her experience conducting research with antibiotics has led her to a doctoral program in pharmaceutical sciences.
Cristine Cox’s association with PwC began at an orientation program for international and multicultural students.
Renee, who majored in Communication, is responsible for marketing and social media for baseball, football, and softball.
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Matt Roncaioli ’13 had his pick of five job offers when he graduated. A finance major and member of the football team, he took full advantage of Bryant's career preparation opportunities … and it paid off.
The Bryant curriculum "allows you to see every aspect of both the business world and the liberal arts world,” says student-athlete Peter McMahon '13.
Accounting Professor Mike Lynch, Ph.D., has trained some of the nation’s leading taxation experts, many of whom remain in contact with their esteemed mentor. "Recruiters say that our students ... are ready for anything."
After a rigorous 18-month international management training program that included six months in Serbia, Ryan Letourneau '11 is now based in Belgium.
Lindsey Weber chose to major in Applied Psychology in her sophomore year. And after a few sociology courses, the Honors Program member decided to major in that discipline as well.
During his internship at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Beijing, Jason Fortin wrote policy briefs and conducted research.