Betsy Myers, founding director of Bentley's Center for Women and Business, discusses how executives must prioritize gender diversity in the workplace.
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Bentley is ranked among the smartest colleges in the nation by Business Insider.
Steve Weisman, Bentley professor and leading expert in scams and identity theft, authors a piece for USA Today about phishing, a technique hackers use to scam people into clicking links or downloading documents with malware.
Bentley is cited as a key player in the fight towards equality for women in the workplace.
Bentley University is highlighted as one of the business schools in Massachusetts.
Bentley University and Brandeis University teamed up with local agencies to open a new community center at Waltham’s largest low-income housing development.
Professor of economics, Scott Sumner, is working to set up a new market based in New Zealand to let people bet on the future size of the US economy.
Professor Mike Tesler comments on Target's strategy for setting up its new Fenway location.
Professor Steve Weisman authors this piece about cybersecurity awareness.
The Women in the Workplace Initiative is highlighted through an event on the Bentley University campus featuring Governor Deval Patrick