The Valente Center relies on the generosity of individual donors to fund its workshops,fellowships, and public programs. Support for the center sustains advanced and collaborative research in historical, philosophical, and artistic fields, as well as interdisciplinary work between the humanities and other areas such as business and the social sciences. The center is especially eager to develop new programs that directly benefit Bentley undergraduates, such as the student-run seminars that have been made possible thanks to a generous donation from Diane and Dennis Albano, parents of recent graduate Michael Albano. New and developing initiatives that would benefit from donor support include a Great Books seminar for student, the Undergraduate Fellows Program, the Student Assistantship Research Program, the postdoctoral fellowship, and the Dean of Arts and Sciences Lecture Series.
For information about how you can make a difference to the Arts and Sciences at Bentley, please contact Director of the Valente Center Gesa Kirsch (email@example.com, 781.891.2813).