President Gloria Larson joined Bloomberg Radio’s Carol Massar and Cory Johnson, along with guest experts, to talk about how higher education is putting leadership programs in place to better prepare young women and how companies are changing their policies to advance women because they know it will benefit their bottom line.
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The Yawkey Foundations have recognized Bentley University’s longstanding commitment to service-learning and awarded the university $500,000 to educate students to effectively lead nonprofit organizations and expand student efforts to help community groups.
New drugs to treat cancer that are now emerging are the end products of research begun in the 1970s and ‘80s, a new study by Bentley University has found, demonstrating the importance of long-term research in bringing new therapies to market.
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.
Six months after graduation, 99 percent of the Class of 2016 is employed, attending or planning to attend graduate school.
Bentley University Ph.D. Candidate Jenna Burke, along with co-authors Professors Rani Hoitash (Bentley University) and Udi Hoitash (Northeastern University), explore whether it is beneficial for corporate boards to continue to adopt and dedicate resources to sustainability committees in their new paper.
The Center for Women and Business (CWB) at Bentley University has joined forces with insurance giant Liberty Mutual Insurance to strengthen young women’s leadership and education.
NeuraFlash, an innovative Salesforce Consulting Partner from Boston, recently partnered with Bentley University’s Human Factors Information Design (HFID) program to conduct a study focused on understanding people’s behaviors when using ChatBots for sales and service.
After nearly two years of planning and eight months of construction, Bentley opened the doors to the new space just as students arrived on campus for the spring 2017 semester.
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.