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.
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Director of Undergraduate Career Service Len Morrison pens a Letter to the Editor in the Boston Globe responding to a prior article and touting Bentley for its focus on making job placement numbers public as it is a proof point for "return on investment."
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.
Bentley student Kevin Wivell is highlighted for his invitation to "The Next Great StockPickr" competition, where he earned the title of runner up for his video presentation.
Bentley University’s Ron Ardizzone appointed to Massachusetts Commission on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Youth. He will focus on community outreach and relationship building with educators to help make schools safer for LGBT youth.
Bentley's preparedness survey is cited for data that addresses the challenging disconnect between business decision makers and millennials.
Adjunct Management Lecturer Rita B Allen offers advice on how to use optimism in order to enhance your professional and personal life.
Data from a Bentley preparedness study provides information about millennials in the workplace and how businesses may need to change in order to adapt to this growing demographic.
Founding Director of the Center for Women and Business Betsy Myers offers her thoughts on the detrimental the gap between women in management positions and women in top leadership, and that companies must show employees who are considering a hiatus how much they are valued in order to retain top women talent.