Tuesday, October 9, 12:45 PM Bentley Students, I know the recent death of Erin Ortiz may have touched some of you very deeply. Those who knew her, those who have lost other friends or loved ones, and those who just feel a strong connection to fellow students. We often first turn to friends and family who can be the most helpful. But when they cannot help or are unavailable, I would not want any of you to feel that there is no place where you can talk or grieve.
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On Monday morning, October 8, 2007, Erin Ortiz, an 18 year old first year student at Bentley College, died from bacterial meningitis at Westchester Medical Center in her home state of New York.
Two high school students will get the chance to make a hit in the Major Leagues next summer, courtesy of Bentley College. Bentley and Major League Baseball.com (MLB.com) are sponsoring the fourth season of the "Break Into the Biz of Baseball" challenge, in which two high school students from across America win a one-month internship in summer 2008 with the Boston Red Sox or New York Mets.
Bentley College sophomore Cheryl Boyd of Holliston wants to be president: of Red Sox Nation, that is. Boyd recently was named one of the top 10 candidates for "the Nation's" presidency.
Bentley College undergraduates worked as global business consultants in a distinctive four-week summer study abroad program in Xiamen, China, at Xiamen University. Twelve students pioneered the new Bentley summer program, Advanced Chinese: Business Consulting in China, which offers students a combination of language, business, culture, and international work experience.
Bentley College was awarded a $408,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Education for a new undergraduate dual IT degree program between Bentley College in the U.S., Tilburg University in the Netherlands and Duesto University in Spain.
The Department of Natural and Applied Sciences at Bentley College launches this year's three-part lecture series on global climate change on Monday, September 24, from 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. at Bentley College, 100 Forest Street, Executive Dining Room 385, LaCava Center. The series will address both natural and human-induced climate change during different time periods.