Bentley University's Graduate School for Accounting is ranked thirty-fourth in the nation.
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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.”
In the most recent U.S. News & World Report rankings of America’s Best Colleges 2015, Bentley University is ranked #6 among “Best Regional Universities - North.” Bentley is also ranked #51 among the “Best Business Programs” in the country.
Bentley University is listed as one of the most economically diverse colleges in the nation according to a new calculation from The Upshot.
Economics Professor Dhaval Dave is part of a research team that has confirmed the growth of Autism through the use of market theory.
With state unemployment rates dropping, Bentley students are highlighted as being competitive candidates for high-demand job openings.
President Gloria Larson contributes this piece to Entrepreneur about the importance of women in the workplace. Larson says the time is now to close the gap that still exists between women and men in the corporate world.
Class of 2014 graduate and current Bentley graduate student, Joseph Hark, authors a piece for New Jersey CPA concerning the validity of unpaid internships. Find Hark's article on page 42.
Neil Wollman, senior fellow for the Bentley Alliance for Ethics and Social Responsibility, contributes to this piece about the importance of poverty provention. Wollman argues that taking a bipartisan approach is most effective.