United Technologies Corporation (UTC), a global leader in high technology products for the building and aerospace industries, has committed $250,000 to sponsor Bentley University’s Honors Program. The partnership supports the university’s talent investment strategy which leverages a combination of career services, faculty, and corporate partnerships to develop student talent.
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Bentley University is featured as one of the best institutions for undergraduate education in the just-published 2014 edition of The Princeton Review annual college guide, “The Best 378 Colleges”, (Random House/Princeton Review).
In one of the biggest initiatives the Bentley Service-Learning Center (BSLC) has tackled, Prospect Hill Terrace housing development will become the new home for a community center that will help the BSLC to continue to set national standards for town-gown partnerships.
It is with great sadness that we share information about the unexpected death of a member of the Bentley community. Amy Lord, a 2011 graduate, has been identified as the victim of a homicide that was reported by local media on Tuesday night, July 23. The Boston Police Department homicide unit is coordinating with the State Police and investigating the suspicious death.
For the ninth consecutive year, the International Summer Institute at Bentley (ISIB) is happening from July 8 to July 28.
The entire Bentley community is mourning the loss of David LeClair ’11, who recently passed away in a tragic biking accident. A memorial service to honor and celebrate David’s life will be held on campus on Wednesday, June 19, at 4:00 p.m. in the Executive Dining Room of the LaCava Center.
Little feet pushed Bentley undergraduate students to take big steps as they prepared marketing strategies for Converse Kids’ $125M business. Recommendations were presented directly to the footwear company’s Product Creation Team using iBook.
It is with great sadness that I am writing to inform you about the death of a member of our community. Joseph (Joey) Glynn, who just completed his freshman year and was a member of our basketball team, collapsed Monday evening while playing basketball during an Amateur Athletic Union men’s game (a recreational league) in Watertown, Mass. He died later that night at Mount Auburn Hospital.
Once again this year, tens of thousands of students around the globe will be signing the Graduation Pledge of Social and Environmental Responsibility. Even in the face of our current economic challenges, these students are committing to consider how their work will impact our world.
In today’s rapid-paced, digital world, global business demands that professionals stay connected and think strategically about their networks. Driven by this market need, the Center for Women and Business will host their 8th annual “Gearing Up” conference for professional women in the first decade of their careers looking to advance.