Joann McKenna, Vice President for Enrollment Management at Bentley, authors a piece discussing the initiative to allow students to pursue their passion, rather than pursuing a "polished resume."
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Steve Weisman, cyber expert and professor at Bentley University, discusses what personal information is at risk after the IRS hack.
According to a survey conducted by Bentley, millennials are more interested in starting their own businesses than striving for an executive position.
Rick Oches, Bentley professor of Natural and Applied Sciences, discusses the potential physical impacts that my occur from building the local span of the Algonquin Incremental Market pipeline.
Authored by Bentley Professor Steve Weisman, this article discusses tips on how to decrease unwanted phone bill charges.
A Bentley study reveals that the entrepreneurial aspirations of the millennial generation are far greater than previous generations; but are all millennials cut out for it?
Professor of Law, Taxation, and Financial Planning Steve Weisman says to limit the amount of personal information you have on portable devices while traveling.
According to a Bentley study, millennials are more inclined to start their own business and are less likely to accept a job which does not benefit their own needs.
Bentley University is ranked among the top 10 online Master's of Accounting degree programs in the nation for 2015.
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.