The Jacobs Brothers will deliver the commencement address to approximately 1,000 Bentley University undergraduate students on Saturday, May 18, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. on the south campus of Bentley University, with an expected 7,000 in attendance.
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Taking social responsibility lessons beyond the classroom, Bentley announces the first recipients of the Gerald R. Ferrera Service Fellowships for summer 2013 non-profit internships: sophomore Patricia Guiao, and junior Hanna Wolsfelt.
The Bentley University Graduate School of Business is ranked among the top 100 graduate business schools in the country and one of the top five in New England in the recently released U.S. News & World Report rankings of America's Best Graduate Business Schools 2014.
Bentley University is giving two high school students the chance to play in the big leagues and learn about the business aspects of professional sports through internships with the Boston Red Sox and Yankees.com.
A new look and campaign for a business university. Learn more.
Small-business owners can take advantage of free tax advice at a series of taxpayer workshops at Bentley University on Monday, March 4. The program is geared toward entrepreneurs of all kinds, and even those just starting to think about opening a business.
National Biomedical Research Foundation awards a $1.3M grant to Bentley to establish Center for Integration of Science and Industry, directed by Dr. Fred Ledley.
With higher education institutions facing tough questions about the value of their offerings, Bentley’s 2012 graduates report encouraging news: 98% of the responding class is employed or attending graduate school.
Interpersonal relationships prove to be critical to the success of projects for globally distributed virtual teams, according to Bentley University professors S. Balaji, Donald Chand and Gary David. Their research earned a Best Paper Award from the Global Business Development Institute.
Daniel Everett discussed the documentary of his life living among the Pirahã people of Brazil in what began as a Christian mission and grew into an in-depth study of the tribe’s singular language and culture in which there is no God. The film, Grammar of Happiness, was featured in The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Science Film Showcase on Wednesday, February 13.