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Bentley Graduate Students Receive 2010 Scholarships for Academic Achievement in Law, Taxation and Financial Planning
The Law, Taxation and Financial Planning Department at Bentley University announced 2010 scholarships awarded to graduate students for academic achievement in the Master of Science in Financial Planning (MSFP) and Master of Science in Taxation (MST) programs.
The Wolpe Fund presented scholarships to five Bentley students: Vidalia Aguiar (MST), Samuel Awa (MST), Timothy Burke (MSFP), Brian W. Looney (MST), and GuruDya Kaur (Daya) Khalsa (MST). The Wolpe Fund honors Frank Wolpe, founder of the Graduate Tax and Financial Planning Programs. It also serves as a memorial to his father, Samuel Wolpe, founder of the Massachusetts Association of Public Accountants (MAPA).
The Gray, Gray & Gray Fund awarded scholarships to graduate students Andrew Coombs (MST) and Jennifer Laydon (MST), both majoring in Taxation. The Gray, Gray & Gray Fund serves as a memorial to Robert H. Gray, the founder of Gray, Gray & Gray, LLP.
The A.J. Bille Scholarship Fund awarded a scholarship to Jennifer McAuliffe, who is earning a Master of Science degree in Taxation, 2010. The fund was established by alumnus A.J. Bille '52, a member of the President's Advisory Council.
U.S. News & World Report ranked Bentley No. 2 among regional universities in New England and the Mid-Atlantic states, up from No. 3 last year, highlighting Bentley’s high-quality faculty and academic programs along with the strong value that students receive from a Bentley education.