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Pay It Forward

Issue: Centennial

When Shanell Mosley ’10 was young, her mother taught her the value in giving back. She’s been doing so ever since. Mosley majored in Management, but always knew she wanted to use her business education to do some good. A Bentley internship with the U.S. Fund for UNICEF’s Boston office gave her a chance to act on the commitment.

Of Revolutionaries and Renegades

Issue: Centennial

“We’ve never heard of ‘business ethics.’” The grant refusal by the National Endowment for the Humanities came swiftly and spoke volumes of the times: It was 1974 and the country under President Richard Nixon was in the thick of the Watergate scandal.

From Service-Learning to Civic Engagement

Issue: Centennial

It was 1989 when 20 Bentley students taking the course Values and Choices had an idea.

On Merit

Issue: Centennial

For so many Bentley donors, their gifts are founded on trust — and transformational goals.

Innovating Early and Often

Issue: Centennial

A real appetite for risk-taking. Dedication to a core set of values. Leaders who can articulate a vision and enlist others to the cause. The ability to adapt against changes in the world at large. These qualities have marked Bentley from day one and continue to pave the way for innovation.

Who's There?

Issue: Centennial

There’s a small room in the Rauch Administration Center papered in a riot of color. “When you work odd hours making calls around the world, you need a way to relax on break,” says Liam Clifford ’17.

Seeing Her Potential

Issue: Centennial

Her mom passed away when she was 11; her father when she was 18. And yet, when you meet Olivia Corriveau ’18, you see a quiet determination that shines as brightly as her infectious smile — and she can’t help but see her Bentley life in gains, not losses.

Career Advancement Moves Ahead

Issue: Centennial

Even though the term “job placement” has come in and out of vogue in higher education over the decades, it has always been part of the philosophy at Bentley. The commitment to help graduates find rewarding and meaningful work goes back to our founder himself.

Bonded for Life

Issue: Centennial

Bentley is much more than a school to alumni. It is a living, breathing community with heart and purpose, pride and ambition, personality and big dreams. Every day, in their workplaces, homes and communities, alumni demonstrate what it means to hold a Bentley degree … and why that is a powerful asset in today’s world.

Success by Degrees

Issue: Centennial

In February 1917, 30 young men eager to study accounting gathered in a rented room on Boston’s Huntington avenue. They came to learn from a man who had left his teaching job at Boston University ... and was the best teacher of the subject they’d ever had.

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