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May 28, 2020
Vocal Performance Student Competes Nationally

Fourth-year senior Isaac Mullett was recently recognized by the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) as a regional finalist in their national student auditions. Each year, the organization hosts a yearly conference where students from across the nation compete for top five in their regions, with winners advancing to the National Student Auditions. Isaac… Continue Reading Vocal Performance Student Competes Nationally

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May 26, 2020
INDABA, COMMUNITY AND A PANDEMIC

Written by Michael Palmer (Communication, Media & Culture) Indaba is a robust Zulu word which means to confer, parley, and connect. It has to do with discussing and sorting things out, where each one has a voice, with the hope of achieving a common mind. The yesteryear TV show Cheers was a success in part because of the… Continue Reading INDABA, COMMUNITY AND A PANDEMIC

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May 18, 2020
Bryan College Introduces the Bryan Stimulus Plan

We understand that students and their families are facing unprecedented economic uncertainty related to the Covid-19. And because of that, we’re offering the Bryan Stimulus Plan for students who are coming in the fall of 2020.  The Bryan College Stimulus Plan is designed to help students who enroll in our onsite undergraduate program for Fall… Continue Reading Bryan College Introduces the Bryan Stimulus Plan

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May 5, 2020
A Message From Student Body Vice President Bryan Knowles

I messaged my senior history major group chat after Ricketts’ Civil War class ended on Thursday, March 12th: “That better not have been our last Ricketts class period.” The next evening, I left Long #413 for spring break. I was hoping for one week’s interlude, but my car was loaded with everything I would need… Continue Reading A Message From Student Body Vice President Bryan Knowles

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May 1, 2020
Bryan College Online Announces First Responders Scholarship

From CMSgt Michael Kennedy, USAF (Ret) M.A.Ed., Bryan College first and foremost continues to lift in prayer our brave First Responders and their families in prayer during this current COVID 19 response. We cannot thank them enough for their sacrifices during this time. As a way to say thank you, Bryan has a First Responder… Continue Reading Bryan College Online Announces First Responders Scholarship

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April 29, 2020
Honors Day 2020

With the start of the 2019-2020 academic year, Bryan College entered its ninetieth year. No one could have anticipated or predicted the way this spring semester would end, but the students at Bryan were up to the challenge of this unusual year. They met the challenges of the year head-on. Every year since 1960, students,… Continue Reading Honors Day 2020

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April 28, 2020
Dr. David Calland Named VP Of Academics And Provost At Bryan College

Dr. David Calland is joining Bryan College’s executive team as vice president of academics and provost on July 1. Dr. Calland joins Dr. Douglas Mann, who will begin his tenure as president of the college on July 15. Dr. Calland holds a PhD in organizational management from Capella University in Minnesota, a master’s degree in… Continue Reading Dr. David Calland Named VP Of Academics And Provost At Bryan College

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April 24, 2020
Bryan Student Leverages Networking for Growth

For senior IMC major and golfer Daniella Banda, the internship of a lifetime came via her daily LinkedIn browsing. In November of 2019, she saw a mutual connection had posted about a “Careers in Golf” event hosted by the National Collegiate Club Golf Association in Myrtle Beach, SC. The event, she saw, was for male… Continue Reading Bryan Student Leverages Networking for Growth

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April 20, 2020
Engineering Student Receives Ledford Scholarship

The application process for the Ledford Scholarship was rigorous, involving a multi-page research proposal outlining research and roles, a statement of purpose, and a thorough selection process. When asked what inspired him to pursue LIF in analyzing fossils, Buddy replied: Another student had begun similar work on applying LIF to Bryan’s fossil collection. However, the… Continue Reading Engineering Student Receives Ledford Scholarship

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April 13, 2020
Ward Foundation Funds Nursing Program At Bryan College

Thanks to the generosity of the Ward Foundation, $1.2 million will fund Bryan College’s School of Nursing. Beginning in fall 2021, Bryan College will offer a bachelor of nursing degree that will build on the college’s existing curricula in business and healthcare management that prepares students for management opportunities in healthcare. The BSN program will… Continue Reading Ward Foundation Funds Nursing Program At Bryan College

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