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by Meredith Mason  March 16, 2017

Three Bentley teams participated in the national American Collegiate Moot Court Association competition in Tampa, Florida in early January. The teams had their best performance since 2012.

by Wiley Davi  February 23, 2017

Take a glance at any of your social media feeds, and more likely than not, your thoughts and ideas about the current political climate are affirmed by those in your social networks.

TOPICS: News, Leadership
Fortune January 29, 2017

President Gloria Larson shares how corporate leadership can foster a culture that supports equality in the workplace.

by Kristen Walsh  January 26, 2017

On January 18, 2017, the Center for Women and Business, the Hoffman Center for Business Ethics and the Bentley Alliance for Ethics and Social Responsibility hosted Joann Lublin, Wall Street Journal management news editor to talk about her new book, Earning It.

Law360 January 3, 2017

Liz Brown, assistant professor of law, taxation, financial planning at Bentley, discusses her decision to switch careers from the practice of law to teaching. 

Waltham News Tribune January 2, 2017

Bentley’s Pax Populi program, a group of students that teach English to students in Afghanistan through an online school, is highlighted by Philosophy Professor Robert McNulty. 

patriots.com December 22, 2016

Bentley cheerleaders raised over $1,000 for the Cheer for Dana-Farber program and won the opportunity to perform at Gillette Stadium. 

by Meredith Mason  December 7, 2016

A team of four undergraduate students from Bentley University took home the first place prize at the 2016 Travelers IT Case Competition.

by Meredith Mason November 28, 2016

The National Association of Student Affairs Professionals (NASPA) has named President Gloria Larson the recipient of the 2016 NASPA New England President’s Award for her commitment to enhancing the student experience on Bentley’s campus.
 

TOPICS: Leadership, News
Boston Globe November 9, 2016

Management Professor Susan Adams shares how Clinton’s loss will affect future female presidential candidates.

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