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Ten days after capturing the ultimate team honor as undefeated NCAA Division II national champions, Bentley University's Lauren Battista (North Easton/Oliver Ames HS) and Barbara Stevensreceived the two premier Division II individual honors during the Women's Basketball Coaches Association Awards Show Monday evening in Nashville, Tenn.
Bentley Freshman Kevin Wivell took his chances on a risky stock and ended up placing in TheStreet (NASDAQ:TST) and the University of Dayton's RISE 14 "Next Great StockPickr" Competition. The challenge: Submit a 60-second video pitching any stock that he thought would show the biggest growth over the next year.
The Accessible Icon Project was recently launched on the Bentley University campus in an effort to put a new face on accessible parking spaces for individuals with disabilities, as the International Symbol of Access is transformed from a passive stick figure into an active, engaged image.
Bentley English and Media Studies Professor Barbara H. Paul-Emile, Ph.D., has been selected by the Women of the Harvard Club Committee as an honoree for the Third Annual Boston’s Most Influential Women of 2014.
Bentley's Undergraduate Career Services Program is featured as a case study, and a top program in the country, in this piece releasing the results of a new survey on college career centers.
Bloomberg Business has released its 2014 “Best Undergraduate Business Schools” rankings and Bentley University stands at #20 overall.
Bentley is designated as a university with a top Career Services program in this story highlighting the results of a new survey that explores how college students feel about their career centers.
Founding Director of the Center for Women and Business Betsy Myers addresses the qualities that make an authentic leader.
A film about fatherhood written, directed and co-produced and edited by Bentley’s Jeff Stern, was accepted to the Independent Film Festival Boston. Starring Stern and his son Leo, The Morning of Everything is a lyrical short film in which a father envisions the world through the eyes of his three year-old son — an extremely personal expression of Stern’s experiences as a father over the past four years.