President Gloria Larson is highlighted as a university leader who comes from outside academia alongside Chancellor Marty Meehan of UMass Lowell. She offers insight into why their unconventional backgrounds are an asset.
Associate Professor of Global Studies Joao Resende-Santos is highlighted for the two year sabbatical he took from Bentley to work at the University of Cape Verde, an opportunity he seized in order to improve higher education in his home country.
The Boston Globe interviews Betsy Myers, director of Bentley's Center for Women and Business, for her insight on why 50 to 70 percent of US workers are unengaged at work. Myers goes on to speak of leadership and the uphill trend in women on executive boards. Bentley President Gloria Larson is also quoted.
Bentley's Master of Science in Accountancy is highlighted as a great program for working professionals to simultaneously obtain a graduate degree, making them more desireable in the workplace in the longrun.