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Bentley accounting students will be faced with tough financial crimes at "Special Agent for a Day" on Friday, April 20, beginning at 8:30 a.m. Students will team up with 15 special agents from the IRS Criminal Investigation Division (CID) for a crash course in forensic accounting.
The Women's Leadership Institute (WLI) at Bentley College will present Gearing Up: Strategic Tools for Career Advancement on Friday, May 11, from 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. in the LaCava Executive Dining Room on the Bentley campus.
Bentley College students are among seven finalist teams in the ninth annual NASA Means Business (NMB) competition. The team consists of approximately 20 Bentley students who teamed up with Boston University students to participate in the national competition. The Bentley-BU Collaborative will present to NASA officials at the NASA Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, FL, in May.
Bentley College has named 25 outstanding high school juniors to be the 2007 Bentley Tomorrow25. The international leadership competition was launched by Bentley to identify exemplary leaders of tomorrow.
Bentley College has been ranked among the top 30 Best Values in Private Universities in the Kiplinger Personal Finance magazine's rankings of the top 100 private universities and liberal arts colleges. Bentley was ranked #28 among private universities (liberal arts colleges were ranked separately) and #7 in New England. The rankings measure academic quality and affordability, with quality accounting for two-thirds of the total.
Waltham, MA -- Bentley College has been ranked among the top 35 undergraduate business programs in the nation in BusinessWeek's 2nd annual rankings of the Top 50 Undergraduate Business Schools.
Five high school students from Massachusetts, New York, California, Pennsylvania, and Illinois will break into the Major Leagues this summer, courtesy of Bentley College.
John Van Maanen, Erwin H. Schell Professor of Organization Studies, Behavioral and Policy Sciences Department at MIT Sloan School of Management, will discuss variations in ethnographic text work at the Provost Seminar Series on Friday, March 30, 2007, from 10:30 a.m.- noon in LaCava Center, Room 325ABC.