Bentley's students played a key role in helping New England Patriots players, New England Revolution players, students from Brandeis University and members of the UnitedHealthcare staff build a playground at the soon-to-be-opened Prospect Hill Terrance Community Center. View photos here.
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In order to expand its focus to areas of public health and sustainability, the Center for Integration of Science and Industry at Bentley University has appointed two post-doctoral fellows, Andrea Ballabeni, PhD and Michael J. Walsh, PhD.
Diane Kellogg, professor of management and founder of the Ghana Project at Bentley, offers an honest take on how she was able to create a successful, sustainable program abroad.
In the most recent U.S. News & World Report rankings of America’s Best Colleges 2014, Bentley University is ranked #4 among “Best Regional Universities - North.” Bentley is also ranked #47 among the Top 50 “Best Business Programs” in the country.
U.S. News & World Report released their 2014 rankings of the nation's best colleges. Bentley is ranked #4 in the Regional Universities North category.
Bentley is highlighted for taking the #4 spot in the Top Regional Universities in the North category of the U.S. News & World Report's annual rankings.
Law Professor Steve Weisman highlights how to protect one's identity against suspicious callers to avoid Affordable Care Act scams.
After dedicating his distinguished career to the enhancement of business ethics, W. Michael Hoffman, Hieken Professor of Business and Professional Ethics, was recognized for his efforts with a $25,000 Mee Family Prize and medal, presented in front of a crowd of thousands at Bentley University’s convocation ceremony on August 27, 2013.
Rising high school seniors had the corporate world at their fingertips as they gathered at Bentley University for a week-long residential camp. The Wall Street 101 business camp allows students to engage in the fundamentals of Wall Street through a technology-rich and interactive curriculum.
Millenial expert and Bentley alum Dan Schawbel sites research from the Center for Women and Business to combat the notion that Millenials are not motivated at the workplace and challenges managers to evolve.