Recently-released data from Bentley's PreparedU survey reveals millennial women are perceived to be better prepared than men for success in their first jobs, but men are perceived to be better prepared for long-term career success.
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Inside Higher Ed highlights Bentley's announcement for spring 2014 commencement speakers.
Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students Andrew Shepardson explains why Bentley will be participating in a Gallup survey aimed at measuring the value of a college education based on how happy alumni are in their work and lives.
Professor Steve Weisman discusses how mastering the rules of social security can maximize retirement income.
Joe Moglia, chairman of the board at TD Ameritrade, will be giving a commencement speech at Bentley University. Commencement speakers for other Boston area universities include Jay Leno and Bill Nye the Science Guy.
A new Gallup poll examines the value of a college degree based on how happy alumni are with their work and lives. Bentley is highlighted as one of several schools making plans to survey alumni in the future.
Neil Wollman, a Senior Fellow in the Bentley Alliance for Ethics and Social Responsibility, co-authors an opinion piece that explores the benefits of focusing the federal budget on current issues such as disease, disorder, and disaster.
Betsy Myers, founding director for the Center for Women and Business at Bentley, will be the keynote speaker at a conference for women leaders.