Alumni Engagement Day, one of Bryant's signature events, was held on March 24 and showcased the wide range of experience of some of Bryant's most successful alumni.
In a series of interactive panel discussions, alumni shared their expertise about pathways to success in the financial services industry, entrepreneurship, and innovation and opportunities in healthcare. The sessions were attended by students, faculty, staff, parents, and guests as well as alumni.
Alumni Engagement Day also celebrated the recipients of the annual Alumni Achievement Awards.
Archway Investment Fund program students hosted the 12th annual Financial Services Forum, a culmination of the students' work managing a fund that has surpassed the $1 million mark. The forum, which was held in conjunction with Alumni Engagement Day, was an excellent opportunity for current students to present their hands-on learning experiences to alumni and other distinguished professionals in the banking, finance, and financial services fields.
This year's keynote speaker was Robert P. Brown ’86, head of institutional fixed income at Fidelity Investments.
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Accomplished alumni with expertise in different areas of health care shared their views with Bryant students, faculty and others during an Alumni Engagement Day panel discussion.
Alumni experts examined market trends ranging from Federal Reserve rate hikes to the downturn in oil as part of the 11th Financial Services Forum, a featured program during Alumni Engagement Day.
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