Keynote speaker Karen Kaplan, chairman and CEO of Hill Holliday advertising agency, challenged graduates at Bentley’s 97th annual undergraduate ceremony to be the CEO of every job they hold — no matter the position.
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Professor of Accountancy Rani Hoitash is available to discuss his new research from the Journal of Accounting and Economics.
To bring recognition to Sexual Assault Awareness Month, members of Bentley’s Student Affairs Division joined with students to host a series of events throughout April.
According to a new survey conducted by Bentley's Center for Marketing Technology, the majority of hotel front desk staff believe having brochure displays is the best way to help guests.
Bentley University’s undergraduate and graduate commencement ceremonies will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2016. Karen Kaplan, chief executive officer of Hill Holliday, and Corey Thomas, president and chief executive officer of Rapid7, will deliver the keynote addresses.
The Women Administrators in Management Education (WAME) Affinity Group, part of AACSB, has established the Patricia M. Flynn Distinguished Woman Leader in Business Education Award in honor of Bentley University’s Pat Flynn.
Bentley University is pleased to announce that it has maintained its accreditation by the EFMD Quality Improvement System (EQUIS) for a further five years.
Bentley University has named Deborah Pine as Executive Director for its Center for Women and Business, known for its work helping corporations recruit, retain and advance women in the workplace.
Bloomberg BusinessWeek has released its 2016 “Best Undergraduate Business Schools” rankings and Bentley University stands at #10 overall in the U.S., up from #20.
Val Fox has been named chief marketing officer for Bentley University. Fox has been with Bentley since January 2012, and brings more than 20 years of experience in marketing with an expertise in connecting to audiences in a digital landscape.