A combination of technical skills and business acumen propelled a team of undergraduate students from Bentley University and Northeastern University to first place in a competition against seriously tech-savvy contenders from across the U.S. at the Supercomputing Conference in Colorado.
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Fred D. Ledley, Professor of Natural & Applied Sciences and Management, and Director of the Center for Integration of Science and Industry, was named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). He will be recognized at the AAAS Annual Meeting in Chicago in February 2014.
The millennial workforce is expected to be the largest in U.S. history, yet the national rate of unemployment for graduates stands at nearly eight percent. Millennials think they’re ready for work, but many employers beg to differ.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recognized Bentley University among theTop 30 College & University listof the largest green power users.
At Bentley University’s 20th Raytheon Lecture in Business Ethics on November 5, Georg Kell addresses the United Nations’ challenge to move from incremental change and progress on a massive scale as it continues to promote cooperation among governments, businesses and civil service organizations.
On Thursday, October 10th, FOX25 Morning News broadcast live from the Bentley campus from 6:00 a.m – 10:00 a.m. This event is part of a new, 6-week “College Tour” series the station is launching this fall. Every Thursday through November 7th, FOX25 will broadcast live from a different New England College campus.
On Friday, October 11, the Bloomberg radio team will broadcast the show "The Hays Advantage" live from the Bentley Trading Room from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. and we encourage faculty, staff and students to drop by and observe.
Dean Dan Everett informed the community today that Diane Moul, a senior lecturer in the English and Media Studies Department, passed away on Friday, October 4, after a long battle with cancer.
When the Bentley Microfinance Group (BMG) was launched in 2008, artisan Frank Burns was the group’s second microloan recipient. Five years later, a lot has changed for both sides. Burns is selling handmade pieces in the woodworking studio. The $800 loan he took allowed him to purchase materials to produce more pieces. The 40-member student-run organization has made a total of five microloans, and recently published one of the first student-edited, student-run, microfinance journal.
Playground construction became a lesson on service, as Bentley students traded laptops and books for wrenches and shovels on September 17 to join community partners to build a play space at Prospect Hill Terrace low-income housing development in Waltham, Mass.