As college seniors begin to take stock of their skillset and prepare for their first job, how can they stand out among the crowd of qualified graduates?
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Bentley University will join more than 1,475 colleges and universities across the United States in becoming a smoke-free campus.
It seems like every New Year, I compile a long list of resolutions and to-dos. But this year, I've been working on a one word list: No.
Susan Brennan, associate vice president of University Career Services at Bentley, has been named to the board of directors for the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).
Dr. Fred Ledley, founding director of the Center for the Integration of Science and Industry, is available to comment on the dynamic future of cars and how Silicon Valley and Detroit can differentiate themselves.
Bob Wittstein has been named chief information officer for Bentley University.
Cornell William Brooks, president and CEO of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), will deliver the keynote address at Bentley University’s 30th annual celebration honoring Martin Luther King Jr.
In today’s job market, employers are looking to fill positions with multi-faceted employees who possess technical skills such as data visualization coupled with soft skills such as communication and collaboration.
Dean Chip Wiggins offers his thoughts on why assembling a diverse advisory council is important for the entire university community.
Sathya Peri ’17 and Devin Quinn ’19 are raising awareness among college students to promote social good.