WALTHAM, Mass.- Presiding over his first undergraduate commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 16, Bentley College President Joseph G. Morone welcomed Digital Equipment Corporation President Robert B. Palmer, who delivered an address to the Class of 1998. Degrees were presented to 876 undergraduate students who hail from 25 states and 53 countries.
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WALTHAM, Mass.- Presiding over his first graduate commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 16, Bentley College President Joseph G. Morone welcomed LAU Technologies' Chairperson Joanna Lau, who delivered an address to the Class of 1998. Degrees were presented to 641 graduate students who hail from 19 states and territories and 41 countries.
WALTHAM, Mass. For the third consecutive year, Bentley College has been awarded the Northeast-10 Conference Presidents' Cup, emblematic of the best overall athletic program in the conference.
WALTHAM, Mass. Bentley College senior Heidi Anderson, who battled back from leukemia to lead the Falcons volleyball team to the Northeast-10 Conference semifinals, has been named winner of the Honda Inspiration Award, presented annually to the collegiate woman athlete who has overcome great physical adversity to contribute to the recognizable success of her team.
Waltham, Mass.-"Doing Business in China," a Five-Day International Executive Program in Shanghai, China, from June 12 to June 20, 1998, is being co-sponsored by Bentley College and the cities of Boston and Shanghai for business leaders and graduate students as the first stage of a three-pronged effort to develop trade alliances between Boston and China.
Waltham, Mass.-Commencement ceremonies at Bentley College on May 16 will include keynote speeches by two prominent Boston area business leaders:
Waltham, Mass.- Bentley College's Bowles Performing Arts Series presents the Alloy Orchestra's live accompaniment to the classic 1928 Fritz Lang film, "Metropolis," on Wednesday, April 15, in Lindsay Auditorium at 7:30 p.m.
When college students take an interest in "cruising," it doesn?t always involve cars, bars and searches for other students. For nine undergraduates from Bentley College, "cruising" this past weekend meant analyzing the problems and future strategy of Carnival Cruise Lines, in an intercollegiate competition for the best analysis of a new business case study.