Bentley University and Gallup argue that a successful college outcome is much more complex than simply salary. It is not where you go to college, but how you go that matters in the long run.
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Bentley’s Class of 2015 reports positive outcomes six months after graduation: 98 percent of the responding class (90%) is employed or attending graduate school with a median salary up from the year before.
Steve Weisman, senior lecturer in Law, Taxation and Financial Planning at Bentley University and a leading expert on tax scams is available to discuss the complicated questions that arise during tax season.
Throughout my tenure as a college president, one of the most pressing issues I have hoped to address is the perceived skills gap for new college graduates.
Economics Professor Dhaval Dave available to comment on why healthcare benefits need to shift to accommodate the new workforce.
Tony Kiszewski, associate professor of natural and applied sciences at Bentley, weighs in on how the Zika virus could affect New England.
President Gloria Larson joined Bloomberg Radio’s Carol Massar and Cory Johnson along with guest experts to discuss how the proliferation of big data is affecting the corporate world, the job market and higher education.
Bentley students are offering free tax return preparation for Waltham residents and surrounding communities through April 9, 2016.
Growing numbers of bachelor’s degree candidates at Bentley are pursuing high-quality research supervised and mentored by faculty.
Bentley’s Center for Integration of Science and Industry (CISI), founded in 2013 with a $1.3M grant from the National Biomedical Research Foundation (NBRF), was awarded renewed funding: $2.3M through 2020.