Meet a Few of Bryant’s Faculty Innovators:

Sandra Enos, Ph.D., Associate Professor of History & Social Sciences

by emeier May 10, 2016

Pushing the Boundaries of Student Learning Sandra Enos, Ph.D., worked in a state prison and child welfare...

Michael Roberto, D.B.A., Trustee Professor of Management

by elebrun February 15, 2017

Cultivating Innovation Energy, engagement, and passion are hallmarks of Professor Roberto’s award-winning teaching style. “I have a...

Heather Moon, Lecturer, Modern Languages

by tsweeney August 21, 2017

Language Competency Enhanced by Cultural Understanding Inspired by a presentation at the annual meeting of the Northeast...

Laura Beaudin, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Economics

by tsweeney May 2, 2017

Fusing Creativity and Collaboration Laura Beaudin believes learning goes further when students actively engage with course content....

Srdan Zdravkovic, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Marketing

by emeier March 21, 2016

Exploring Best Practices in Cross-Cultural Learning Born in the Balkans, distinguished international scholar Srdan Zdravkovic, Ph.D., Associate...

Sharmin Attaran, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Marketing

by emeier May 10, 2016

Incorporating Technology into Real-World Learning Running a robust social media consulting business with a diverse client base,...

Allison Butler, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Applied Psychology

by elebrun March 22, 2016

Reinventing Her Classroom Allison Butler, M. Ed., Ph.D., always loved school. Growing up, her appreciation for the...

Jack Trifts, Ph.D., Professor of Finance

by elebrun March 22, 2016

Emphasis on Real Issues As former Dean of the College of Business, Jack Trifts, Ph.D., is an...

Lori Coakley, Ph.D., Professor of Management

by emeier May 9, 2016

Active Learning Promotes Non-stop Engagement As a sought-after industry consultant, Lori Coakley, Ph.D., teaches personal branding, negotiation,...

Innovation in action

Design Thinking Infuses the Entire Bryant Experience


Our culture of innovation emphasizes group work and rapid iteration.


We’re constantly asking: How did you come to this solution? What failures did you overcome?


Our mission is not only to teach innovatively but to graduate innovators.