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Bentley students are going deep with business processes across a range of industries, through an undergraduate course launched in fall 2011. Business Processes and Systems is a business core requirement for juniors and seniors.  

by Joseph P. O’Shea

The primary audience for the message may be another surprise: students who chose to drink moderately.

by Jennifer Skuce Spira

The nationally recognized program provides adaptive sport instruction for people with disabilities. At the helm is Roy Whitaker ’93, a long-time volunteer ski instructor for the program who became executive director in January 2012.

by Joseph P. O’Shea

Lipe took up duties as the university’s first full-time sports information director (SID) soon after earning his BS in Accountancy. In 1979, he added the role of statistician for Boston Celtics home-game television broadcasts.

by Eileen McCluskey

The venture whose time had come was Apptopia: an online marketplace where developers can sell their mobile applications, including code, ownership, users and intellectual property. 

by Deblina Chakraborty

As owner of Mark Miller Gallery, located in Manhattan’s Lower East Side, the alumnus is always on the hunt for emerging artists. These are promising talents who, with some exposure, could be on the way to greater fame.

Tricia Laursen
by Deblina Chakraborty

Let’s say that you’re a typical young professional: rocking the business world by day, hitting the gym at night and, of course, reserving time on the weekends for friends and fun.

by Kyle Mack

Brett Gensler ’14 has put up some eye-popping numbers during his time in a Bentley hockey uniform. This season, the winger recorded his 100th career point in just his 88th game — a scoring average that ranks among the national elite.

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