Posts Tagged with “College of Arts and Science”

State’s budget woes cast shadow on economic growth

November 23rd, 2010

Implementing zero-based budgeting and changing Rhode Islanders' attitudes regarding business development are among the suggestions made by Edinaldo Tebaldi, assistant professor of economics, in this opinion piece co-written for the Providence Business News with Edward Mazze, distinguished university professor of business administration at the University of Rhode Island.

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Bryant economist presents R.I. economic outlook to NEEP

November 17th, 2010

Edinaldo Tebaldi, assistant professor of economics, today presented a report (available as a .pdf here), "The Rhode Island Economic Outlook and Forecast: A Strategy for Reducing the State Budget Deficit," at the Fall 2010 Economic Outlook Conference held by the New England Economic Partnership (NEEP). Tebaldi co-wrote the report with Edward M. Mazze, Distinguished University Professor of Business Administration at the University of Rhode Island.

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Bryant University signs collaboration agreement with Brazil’s Federal University of São Carlos

November 12th, 2010

SMITHFIELD, R.I.  - Bryant University and Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCar) in Brazil have signed a memorandum of understanding to collaborate in teaching, research and community service.

Bryant University President Ronald K. Machtley and the president of UFSCar, Targino de Araújo Filho, signed the agreement during a Nov. 11 webcast ceremony that linked the Bryant campus to UFSCar's main campus in São Carlos. Ambassador Ronaldo Dunlop of the Consulate-General of Brazil in Hartford, Conn., also attended the ceremony.

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SAS resources to be available free to higher ed students worldwide

April 12th, 2010

Alan Olinsky, professor of applied mathematics, notes that the field of statistics is becoming very popular. "There is so much data out there; we just don't have enough people to analyze it," he says. Bryant students of applied mathematics and statistics were among the first to be trained using SAS data analytics software.

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Judge’s failure to convict intelligence agents is a blow to Italy’s justice system

February 3rd, 2010

In a Huffington Post column, Bryant legal scholar Andrea Boggio, assistant professor of history and social sciences, comments on a recent judicial decision regarding the involvement of Italy's intelligence agency, known as SISMI, in the 2003 abduction and rendition of an Egyptian cleric.

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