Bentley senior Evan O’Keeffe, along with other students from across the nation belonging to Beta Alpha Psi honors organization for financial information students, won first place in the 2013 Project Run With It case competition.
A team of Bentley students placed second in the 2012-2013 Association for Information Systems National Student Competition. A total of 82 teams from 17 universities around the country participated in the four tracks of the competition.
A team of students went head-to-head with top tier schools in the world’s largest student competition in the quest for social good and $1 million USD in start-up funding. On March 1 and 2, the group competed in the regional finals of the 4th Annual Hult Prize, recently named one of the top five ideas changing the world by President Bill Clinton and TIME Magazine.
The Federal Reserve announces the results of the 2012 College Fed Challenge - a national competition where undergraduate teams analyze economic and financial conditions to formulate monetary policy recommendations. This year, Bentley took home second place behind Northwestern.
Two teams of Bentley University sophomores placed second and third in the 2012 Price Chopper Ultimate Innovation Competition. The program challenges undergraduate and graduate college students to develop an original, creative, and innovative concept that would be relevant and meaningful to the northeast supermarket retailer.
Bentley University seniors Carl Forziati, Emily Maher, and Aly Ostler, and junior Dylan Sumiskum finished first in the nation for the 2011/2012 iOme Challenge Money Smart Week video contest, which this year focused on how to improve the savings rate in the U.S
Bentley students beat 14 other collegiate teams to win the Boston Beta showcase for startup companies. The winning team was formed by past and present students who founded Luvn' Local, a loyalty service provider that caters to local small businesses.
Advertising agency, Allen & Gerritsen, is among few companies looking to expand in the next year. In doing so, they teamed up with Bentley University to gain new talent by putting students through a semester-long competition called "Tech Apprentice" where the winner obtains a coveted internship with the firm.
The competition challenged undergraduate and graduate college students to develop an original concept that would be relevant and meaningful to the northeast supermarket retailer, and a team of Bentley students won.