Bentley’s Center for Business Ethics awarded the 2015 Hoffman Prize to MBA student John Serpico ’15 and Business Management senior Morgan Kruegler ’15 for their writings on business ethics.
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Massachusetts Congresswoman Katherine M. Clarke discusses the importance of funding the geosciences. She explains how students from Bentley University are advocating for increased funding due to the critical role the geosciences play in disaster resilience.
According to a study by Economics Professor Dhaval Dave, many people develop unhealthy habits as a result of being out of work and having difficulty finding work.
President Gloria Larson discusses the importance of having a mentor at work and the impact men can have in helping women in the workplace.
In order to promote diversity in the workplace, "Bentley University’s Center for Women and Business has issued a corporate challenge to encourage companies to promote and retain women employees and board members."
A study conducted by Bentley University reveals valuable information regarding millennials in the workplace.
Bentley’s Master of Science in Human Factors in Information Design (MSHFID) has received UX Magazine’s 2014 Design for Experience Award in the Academic Program category.
Scott Blackmun, chief executive of the U.S. Olympic Committee, delivered a commencement address to Bentley graduates which focused on remaining confident and dedicated in order to be successful.