Bentley and its media partner, Bloomberg Radio, broadcast the fourth segment of its ongoing series “Millennials in the Workplace” on Bloomberg’s “Taking Stock” program on Friday, February 20.
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Expanding its research on how to accelerate the translation of scientific discoveries into new medicines, the Center for Integration of Science and Industry at Bentley University has appointed Jennifer Beierlein as a post-doctoral fellow.
With colleges and universities facing ongoing questions about the outcomes and preparation they provide, Bentley’s 2014 graduates are proof that an undergraduate degree is a worthwhile investment.
Bentley and its media partner, Bloomberg Radio, broadcast its third segment in an ongoing series during Bloomberg’s “Taking Stock” radio program on Friday, January 16.
The Bentley University Graduate School of Business is ranked among the top 30 schools in the country for its online graduate programs.
More than 100 companies including some of the biggest corporate names in Massachusetts have signed on to participate in the Corporate Challenge, a groundbreaking effort by Governor Deval Patrick and Bentley University's Center for Women and Business in which companies pledge to strengthen their gender inclusiveness efforts and better harness the talents of their women employees.
Students heading out for winter break should have more on their minds than the holiday celebrations. The time at home is the perfect opportunity to get ahead in the search for an internship or job. Bentley career experts offer top tips for successful networking.
Bentley University received an honorable mention at the 11th annual College Fed Challenge held at the Federal Reserve Board in Washington, D.C.
Bentley and its media partner, Bloomberg Radio, aired two live shows from the university’s campus on Tuesday, November 11, 2014 featuring the latest survey results from The PreparedU Project on the millennial mind, plus perspective from top CEOs who recruit them.
Despite their love of mobile devices, millennials would much prefer talking with a colleague in person over texting or emailing, according to a new Bentley University survey of millennials’ attitude toward work.