The Bentley Business Bowl (BBB) is a one-day, university-wide business case competition held annually and open to ALL registered students – Graduate and Undergraduate. It is an opportunity for each team to show their skill in solving real-world business dilemmas and to interact and network with business professionals. A panel of judges drawn from alumni and the corporate community evaluate each team’s presentation.
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Bentley University welcomes Neal A. Lester as the keynote speaker at the 27th annual celebration breakfast in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. He is the Associate Vice President of Humanities & Arts for the Office of Knowledge Enterprise Development and Foundation Professor of English at Arizona State University.
Bentley students are getting geared up for the bi-annual 'Breakfast by Moonlight' where the faculty and staff come out to serve the students breakfast at midnight! It has become a tradition on campus to celebrate another semester completed and help our students get ready to hit the books for finals.
Sharon Lettman-Hicks, executive director and CEO of the National Black Justice Coalition, was the keynote speaker at the annual Rainbow Luncheon, and event celebrating Bentley's LGBTQ community. The event was hosted by the on-campus PRIDE organization.
Bentley will welcome hundreds of alumni and their families to campus for Homecoming weekend, featuring special class reunion events; football, ice hockey, volleyball and lacrosse games; networking events; and more.
The on-campus Bentley Farmstand is now open Tuesdays during the fall, featuring fresh produce from nearby Nagog Hill Farm. Through a weekly recipe contest, students can earn $10 in free produce.
The Cronin Office of International Education announces its International Education Photo Contest, showcasing the international experiences of Bentley students, faculty and staff. Each year, members of the university community submit images representing an array of countries from study abroad, international service-learning projects and personal travel.
The campus celebrates diversity and inclusiveness within our community through two weeks of special events, including a step show, international photo contest, food fest, film screenings and more.