Bentley University and Bloomberg Radio launched a new show segment on Wednesday, September 24 focused on millennials in the workplace.
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Bentley University’s progressive role in sustainability is being highlighted with a campus event and planned commercial launch of new technologies supported by the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center.
Two Bentley graduates start new direct-to-consumer footwear company.
Bentley University will be teaming up with healthcare technology company, Shareable Ink, to help make advances in techonology to solve world-wide health issues. This study of usability will also help prepare Bentley students for their post-graduation work.
Steve Weisman, senior lecturer in law, taxation, and financial planning at Bentley, appears on NECN to discuss issues involving cyber security.
Joann C. McKenna, vice president for enrollment management at Bentley, provides her input on creating beneficial relationships between students and colleges.
Economics professor David Gulley joins Bloomberg Radio to discuss the Federal Reserve's decision to keep interest rates low for a fair amount of time after asset purchases are completed.
Kathleen Kingsbury, adjunct lecturer of law, taxation, and financial planning at Bentley, discusses the difficulties of gender issues in the workplace.
Coupled with the rich resources and staff of Bentley’s nationally ranked Center for Career Services, these informal meetings with alums offer current students a leg up on landing a job.
The annual International Academy of Legal Studies in Business (ALSB) Conference awarded Bentley University professor Marianne Kulow with the 2014 John Bonsignore Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Law Teaching.