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Professor Glen Camp's Enduring Commitment to Students Marked by Legacy Estate Bequest

Glen Camp

Professor Glen D. Camp, Ph.D.

The late Professor Glen D. Camp, Ph.D., shared his passion for international relations and political science with Bryant students for more than 30 years before retiring in 2007. A distinguished Fulbright scholar and dedicated educator, Professor Camp earned his bachelor's, master's, and doctorate degrees from Harvard University before going on to serve the United States Department of State, where he worked as a policy director in Europe for seven years. He also taught at Fordham University, Long Island University and New York University before arriving at Bryant in 1975.

A noted champion for human rights, Professor Camp was a member of the World Affairs Council of Rhode Island as well as a founding member of the Rhode Island chapter of Amnesty International. An early proponent of the global perspective that distinguishes today's Bryant experience, he saw open and multidisciplinary communications as a catalyst for international education and harmony across geographical boundaries.

When he stepped down from teaching in 2007, Professor Camp was recognized for his significant contributions to the Bryant community as that year's recipient of the Bryant Alumni Association's Distinguished Faculty Award.

During his lifetime, Professor Camp made an impact on the lives of countless colleagues and students, including Ryan Daley '08, a Tax Director at PwC based in New York. "I feel privileged to have had Professor Camp as a mentor," says Daley, "and I am grateful for the friendship that Professor Camp and Elly extended to me and many other students. This bequest creates a lasting remembrance that very fittingly represents Professor Camp's enduring dedication to teaching and learning in the Bryant community."

To learn more about how you can make a planned gift that helps to make a Bryant education possible for future Bryant students, or contribute to the memory of a Bryant faculty member who made an impact on your life, contact Ed Magro at emagro@bryant.edu or 401-232-6528.

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