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Undergraduate students in the Bentley University Honors Program pursue original research on business topics.
A Bentley travel fellowship is providing study abroad students with new opportunities for learning beyond the Bentley campus.
Volleyball head coach Sandy Hoffman has mastered the art of tough love. Since beginning her Bentley career in 1982, she has led the team with a balance of rigor and compassion.
Hoffman’s two-prong approach has brought honors that include nine Northeast-10 Conference regular season championships, 11 NCAA Division II tournament berths, and a spot in the American Volleyball Coaches Association Hall of Fame. Moreover, Hoffman and her players form a vibrant extended family.
Her coaching philosophy is embodied in two words: Get tough.
Students in a Bentley course offered last spring faced the typical array of required readings, class discussions, papers and exams. Oh, and they had to run a 5K.
“Run” as in plan and orchestrate an event to raise money for a cause. The inaugural “5 for the Fight” race, held on campus last April, collected nearly $900 for the American Cancer Society/Relay for Life at Bentley.
New Undergraduate Students
132 Transfer students
36 U.S. states
42 Countries including China, India, Colombia and Jordan
24.5% ALANA (African American, Latino, Asian, Native American) students from the U.S.
1240 Average SAT
28 Average ACT
When faculty, students and corporate partners come together, great things can happen on campus — and off. A case in point is a $250,000 grant to the Honors Program from United Technologies Corporation. Through a UTC-supported honors fellowship, research is underway to help local communities save the environment and developing countries create economic stability.
The funding takes Honors Program capstone projects to a new level, according to inaugural UTC Fellows Olivia Locke ’14 and Gerard Fischetti ’14 (above).
A team of undergraduates from Bentley and Northeastern universities took first place in a faceoff with seriously tech-savvy contenders at the Supercomputing Conference, held in Colorado last November. The win clinched a coveted seat at the 2014 International Supercomputing Conference.
Sasha and Will Bush with Falcon teammates (from left) Danny Guadagnoli ’14, Blaine Hopwood ’14, Chris Cadigan ’14, Jeff Hill ’15 and Lorenzo Warren ’14.
On visits to the Bentley campus, Will Bush looks every bit the part of a healthy young boy. A tight coil of energy, the wiry 10-year-old typically skips first gear when he gets his motor running.
This fall, the Bentley Essential Studio Team (BEST) worked with Breakthrough Greater Boston, which offers tuition-free academic programming for school- and college-age students. Assignments included updating the organization’s website and creating a style guide.
From logos to brochures to websites, good graphic design is essential in telling an organization’s story. Essential and expensive, sometimes prohibitively so for nonprofit organizations with modest budgets.