President Gloria Larson tells the Wall Street Journal how Bentley's model combines business and arts & sciences to produce more well-rounded graduates.
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Deborah Dunsire, CEO of Millennium Pharmaceuticals, sat down with Sandra Gluckman at an event co-sponsored by the Center for the Integration of Science and Industry and the Center for Women and Business to discuss her career journey and offer advice.
Accounting Professor Donna McConville is highlighted for outlining the difference between a Masters of Science in Accounting and a Masters of Science in Taxation. Professor McConville offers advice to students on how to decide which path is best to fulfill their interests and acheive their future goals.
Law Professor and author of "Life After Law" Liz Brown, J.D. is interviewed about alternative career paths for lawyers that still get the most out of their law degree.
In this fast-moving, technology-driven world, professor Chris Beneke argues that baseball has lost its edge with young people.
President Gloria Larson discusses how employers perceive Millenials' lack of workplace competency and how higher education must address this issue.
The Center for Women and Business hosted a Best Practices Forum on engaging men in the retention and advancement of women in the workplace. Attendees of the interactive program listened to business executives share their insight on the issues men face and approaches to solving these challenges.
Kiplinger's magazine ranks Bentley, along with Harvard and MIT, as among the most desirable schools in New England based on academics and affordability.
Management Professor and Senior Director of the Center for Women and Business, Susan Adams, is highlighted for offering her expertise during a recent event unveiling the results of a new study showing staggering differences among male and female corporate executives in Louisiana.
Bentley University is featured among top colleges with the highest rate of student internships. According to U.S. News about ninety percent of 2012 Bentley graduates completed internships, far exceeding the national average of thirty eight percent.