After graduating from Bentley in 2008, Mackenzy Bernadeau became an offensive lineman in the NFL. This season he will be playing for the Dallas Cowboys where he will be filling big shoes while wearing #73.
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Director of Sustainability Amanda King is highlighted for her 16 mile bike ride to work in efforts to reduce carbon emissions. King also offers advice on sustainability in regards to safety.
As almost 1,000 freshmen arrive to move into Bentley dorms, WBZ Radio reporter Doug Cope speaks with students and parents about the experience.
Bentley University is recognized for developing and supporting faculty who are committed to sustainability and responsible leadership.
Economics Professor Dave Gulley is interviewed about the pros and cons of a proposal to build an $800 million casino in downtown Springfield.
Founding Director of the Center for Women and Business Betsy Myers shares her definition of leadership and an enlightening story about her time at the White House with President Clinton's administration.
President Gloria Larson is highlighted as a university leader who comes from outside academia alongside Chancellor Marty Meehan of UMass Lowell. She offers insight into why their unconventional backgrounds are an asset.
Associate Professor of Marketing Susan Dobscha discusses why online coupon enterprise Groupon, which has sold millions in daily deals, is experiencing financial problems.
Associate Professor of History Chris Beneke co-authors an op-ed highlighting that Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan make up the first major-party presidential ticket that does not include a Protestant. The piece also reveals why this doesn't mean the "religous test" is over for presidential candiates.
Economics Professor Scott Sumner joins economists from around the nation in offering insight into how the Federal Reserve can stimulate the economy.