Kathleen Kingsbury, adjunct lecturer of law, taxation, and financial planning at Bentley, discusses the difficulties of gender issues in the workplace.
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Coupled with the rich resources and staff of Bentley’s nationally ranked Center for Career Services, these informal meetings with alums offer current students a leg up on landing a job.
The annual International Academy of Legal Studies in Business (ALSB) Conference awarded Bentley University professor Marianne Kulow with the 2014 John Bonsignore Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Law Teaching.
In a discussion of mentoring millennials, a Center for Women & Business study is highlighted. The Center's research finds that the majority of millennials place very high value on making a difference in the world.
Professor Marcus Stewart takes a stance on the current state of the NFL and its connection to the bottom line.
Professor Steve Weisman discusses the on-going medical identity theft crisis. Weisman also provides 5 tips for protecting personal information to minimize this issue.
A Bentley networking event serves as an example of the value of mentorship and making connections within one's industry.
Bentley University's Graduate School for Accounting is ranked thirty-fourth in the nation.
Bentley graduate Gregg Diamant's job search advice is featured in this article about the best questions to ask during an interview at a tech company.
Visiting Professor of Accountancy Lynford Graham received a 2014 Accounting Horizons Best Paper Award from the American Accounting Association (AAA) for the article, “Integrating Information Technology into Accounting Research and Practice.”