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Bentley welcomed the Class of 2018 to the university August 28 at a convocation filled with pomp and tradition and uplifting words of wisdom from President Gloria Cordes Larson and digital...
Associate Professor of Management Linda Edelmen appears on WGBH Radio to discuss the meaning of the Market Basket settlement.
Accounting Professor Jake Rose is featured on Bloomberg Radio’s Taking Stock to discuss how friendships between board of directors and CEOs can have a major impact on a company.
Jeff Gulati, associate professor of political science at Bentley, provides insight on the impact technology will have on the upcoming election cycles.
Do business and politics mix? An undergraduate Public Policy major at Bentley University — one of only a handful in the U.S. — is advocating strong support in favor, as business-minded students...
Senior Lecturer Mark Frydenberg provides tips to avoid disclosing too much personal information on social media. Frydenberg’s tips are also featured by other news outlets across the country,...
Jumping into the world of social media is easy but increasingly loaded with security hazards, too, according to a Bentley University expert in the field.Mark Frydenberg teaches and conducts research...
Bentley's Center for Women and Business study, Millennials in the Workplace, is highlighted in this article about paid paternal leave trends in the tech industry.
Bentley graduate Tyler Breton discusses the recent launch of his new app, Makemoji.
Can corporate governance help restore trust in business? The Harold S. Geneen Institute for Corporate Governance at Bentley University says “yes,” and is prompting global conversations aimed at...
Economist and Bentley Professor Scott Sumner appears on Trading Currencies to discuss key takeaways from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
Senior Marketing Lecturer Ian Cross provides his insight on the impact of the Market Basket situation.
Economics Professor Scott Sumner is highlighted for his perspective on market monetarism.
With a shortage of experienced commercial loan officers, area bankers are beginning to recruit recent college graduates, including those from Bentley University.
Thompson Davis, professor of natural and applied sciences, co-presented "Geology of the White Mountains" for more than 110 people sponsored by the Weeks State Park Association.
Associate Marketing Professor Andy Aylesworth appears on WBUR Here and Now to discuss Market Basket's lack of an internet presence.
Philosophy Department Chair Jeff Moriarty provides his input about the Market Basket strike on the WBZ Newsroom radio show.
Nationally acknowledged for its encouragement of academics through community involvement, the Bentley Service Learning Center (BSLC) is noted for being committed to its Graduation Pledge Alliance.
Bentley University is named one of the country’s best institutions for undergraduate education in the just-published 2015 edition of The Princeton Review Annual college guide, “The Best 379 Colleges...
Can Ahtam, assistant director of graduate admissions at Bentley University, has been recognized for his unique photography skills by Mashable. Ahtam is also a 2013 MBA graduate of Bentley's McCallum...
Assistant professor Liz Brown discusses the difficulties of leaving a career in law. Brown's book, "Life After Law," is also highlighted.
Bentley graduate Marcelo Claure is named the new CEO of Sprint Corporation. Claure's past business endeavors, connections and career success is highlighted in this Bloomberg profile.
Susan Brennan, Executive Director of Corporate Relations and Career Services, provides seven tips to help millennials get the most out of their career.
Bentley's Lauren Battista was named the Capital One Division II Academic All-America of the Year.
The business skills of three Bentley interns are highlighted in this article featuring General Datatec, a new IT networking company in Waltham.