Bentley’s Center for Women and Business is highlighted for serving as a bridge for corporations that are seeking to diversify their corporate boards.
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According to a new ranking by LinkedIn, Bentley's accounting program is cited as one of the top programs in the nation.
Professor Steve Weisman comments on the security issues associated with a new key duplicating mobile application.
President Gloria Larson has been named to Boston Business Journal’s “Power 50: Influential Bostonians” for the second time.
Through Bentley's partnership with the state of Massachusetts, women fellows are taking on leadership positions in Governor Deval Patrick's administration.
The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center and the Department of Energy Resources host a campus wide event at Bentley to launch a pilot initiative that supports cutting-edge clean energy and water technologies.
Executive advisor of the Center for Women and Business Toni Wolfman is highlighted in this article about the persisting gender wage gap stating that she hopes for more progress.
Senior Lecturer Steve Weisman authors a piece on how to check the status of potential retail store hacks and offers tips on how to stay protected against identity theft.
Two Bentley graduates start new direct-to-consumer footwear company.
Bentley University will be teaming up with healthcare technology company, Shareable Ink, to help make advances in techonology to solve world-wide health issues. This study of usability will also help prepare Bentley students for their post-graduation work.