Waltham, Mass - On July 24 Bentley welcomes high school students from across the country to its popular business camp Wall Street 101 -- an entree to private enterprise and an inside look at Wall Street.
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Bentley is proud to join Senator Kerry in organizing a second flight of relief supplies for the people affected by Hurricane Katrina. The Senator's first flight, which contained 24 tons of food, shoes and medical supplies, left Monday, September 12. This flight will leave Monday, September 19. Bentley will serve asadrop-off site for donations to the2ndHurricane Relief flight, complementing the fundraising efforts of Camp for Katrina.
Bentley students will leave the shelter of their dormitories at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, September 16, to camp out on the campus "Greenspace" until noon on Saturday, September 17, in hopes of raising $10,000 for the American Red Cross and their efforts to help the victims of Hurricane Katrina.
Waltham, Mass. -- The Institute for Women in Leadership at Bentley hosted 18 multinational professional women from 16 countries for a morning of leadership training by Bentley Associate Professor of Management Susan Adams on Monday, July 11.
Waltham -- The Bentley College Steering Committee has named Mark B. Skaletsky '70 and Cynthia M. Deysher '87 to co-chair the presidential search committee for the institution. Skaletsky and Deysher will lead the search team and develop the profile for the new president of Bentley based on the current strategic plan. An executive search firm will be retained to assist in the process.
The IT 101 'intensive' course, offered for the first time as a pilot during the 2004-2005 academic year, is featured in the Enterprise section of Pocket PC Magazine's July 2005 issue.
Waltham, Mass. - The Bentley College Business Ethics Workshop wrapped up on Friday, May 27, after opening its doors once again to faculty outside of Bentley, attracting scholars from Sweden, the Philippines, Israel, China and around the U.S.
WALTHAM, Mass. - "Ethical behavior will shape your actions. The idea that you will not be caught is fatally flawed, because you will. Don't give up your self-esteem by acting unethically. Integrity matters." Thus was the advice given to Bentley graduates by James H. Quigley, CEO of Deloitte & Touche USA LLP Saturday morning during the college's 86th undergraduate commencement ceremony.