Bloomberg Businessweek features Bentley for its innovative integration of business and the arts & sciences, a curriculum that provides graduates with the skills necessary for professional and personal success.
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Senior Lecturer Steve Weisman suggests elements to consider for people converting traditional retirement funds to Roth IRA's.
Susan Adams, Senior Director of the Center for Women and Business, defines the role of a mentor and offers insight on how to build meaningful relationships that will help personal and professional relationships.
Bentley is highlighted as a university that is rewarding faculty for innovative teaching, such as Assistant Professor of Natural and Applied Sciences, David Szymanki, who has students use science to solve real world problems.
The Bentley Microfinance Group, one of the largest student-run loan funds in the country, is featured for its revamped outreach program as it builds relationships with area businesses.
Center for Women and Business sponsor, PricewaterhouseCoopers, is highlighted for creatively targeting college-educated women through its collaboration with Bentley. The sponsorship will allow PWC to directly reach female students, thus closing the education gap, and subsequently may help to close the gender pay gap.