Bentley University is among 15 schools awarded for their supportive faculty retirement plans. The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and American Council on Education awarded each school with $100,000 grants.
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Bentley is highlighted for its forward-thinking approach in supporting retiring faculty members.
Associate Director of Undergraduate Career Services Colleen Murphy offers advice on how to maximize an internship experience and tips for turning the internship into a job offer.
Bentley is listed amongst 8 universities from 7 countries for helping to develop the "Practical Guide to the United Nations Global Compact for Higher Education Institutions." The Guide will be the framework for adopting principles of corporate social responsibility and sustainability in universities around the world.
The Boston Globe interviews Betsy Myers, director of Bentley's Center for Women and Business, for her insight on why 50 to 70 percent of US workers are unengaged at work. Myers goes on to speak of leadership and the uphill trend in women on executive boards. Bentley President Gloria Larson is also quoted.
Trustee Professor of Economics Patricia Flynn is highlighted for her participation in an event hosted by the non-profit organization WEST: Advancing Women in Science and Technology. Alongside other panelists, Flynn discussed the economic impact of women on boards.
Professor of Management and Sociology Anthony Buono co-wrote an article published by the Financial Times on the importance of business schools paving the way for a more sustainable business future.
Director of Administrative Computing David Norman is highlighted for participating in a panel discussion on the 'Corporatization of the University' at the Boston Consortium for Higher Education with other Directors from MIT and Harvard.