Bentley professor Gesa Kirsch wins book award, calls for broader perspective of feminist rhetoric as a global enterprise
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Associate Professor of Philosophy Jeffrey Moriarty questions the decision by the board of Staples Inc. to give cash awards to executives who didn't perform well enough to earn bonuses.
Research from Bentley's PreparedU study is highlighted, including the finding that women in the workplace are perceived as less likely than men to obtain a leadership role.
Betsy Myers, the founding director of the Center for Women and Business at Bentley, asserts that companies must adapt and transform to attract and keep millennial women in the workforce.
This spring Bentley’s Dresses to Dreams student organization hosted their annual on campus event for almost one hundred high school girls from the Greater Boston Area.
Inside Higher Ed features an opinion piece by President Gloria Larson which asserts colleges should provide students with both the hard and soft skills they need to be successful in the modern workplace.
Economics Professor Patricia Flynn discusses why Massachusetts is dependent on federal funds to fuel the growth of its innovation economy.
Congratulations to Bentley's 2014 graduates! The commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 17th were a great success and featured moving speeches from President Gloria Larson, Senior Class President Brian Shea, as well as the commencement speakers, Joe Moglia and Linda Zecher. To watch undergraduate and graduate highlights click here
Betsy Myers is highlighted as the keynote speaker at New Jersey's first-ever statewide forum titled "Women Leading the Way: Conversations with Powerful Women on Adversity, Leadership and Education."
The key findings from Bentley's recently-released survey data on millennials in the workplace are highlighted. This story also asserts that perceptions about women in the workplace need to change.