The Boston Herald puts the spotlight on the Bentley University Falcons who capped their perfect season with an inspiring win at the division II national championship.
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PayScale Magazine features an opinion piece from Executive Director of Corporate Relations and Career Services Susan Brennan that examines why Bentley's approach of blending business with the arts and sciences is one solution for preparing millennials to be successful.
Economics Professor Dhaval Dave explains why retiring can be bad for your health.
The New York Times highlights results from Bentley'S PreparedU Project survey, which examines the perceived millennial preparedness gap. This story was picked up by other major news outlets including Marketplace.
Bentley University announces that Santander Bank, N.A. has launched a new three-year agreement with Bentley that will continue the Santander Universities Study Abroad Scholarship Fund. President and CEO of Santander US, Roman Blanco, and Bentley President Gloria Larson announced the agreement during a signing ceremony on campus on March 20, 2014.
Bentley University students are finding ways to boost retail sales for Kidz b Kidz, a nonprofit that brings children together to create art to benefit sick children. Things got creative as students designed artwork that was featured on cookies sold by KBK partner Wicked Good Cookies at Bentley’s Black United Fashion Show in early March.
Director of Undergraduate Career Services Len Morrison authors a Letter to the Editor in the Boston Globe responding to a prior article and applauding schools that publish placement results from graduating students.
Sobering statistics on the effects of alcohol consumption on health, grade point average and finances informed Bentley University’s “Choose OneLess” initiative, which was named as the 2014 Grand Gold winner of the NASPA (Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education) Excellence Awards. The campaign encourages students to take one less alcoholic drink per social occasion.
Associate Professor of Accountancy Rani Hoitash sheds light on why career accountants turned CFOs have difficulty taking on risk and why this fear makes it tough for them to find success in their C-suite position.