Bentley University is pleased to announce that it has maintained its accreditation by the EFMD Quality Improvement System (EQUIS) for a further five years.
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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.
Bentley’s upcoming renovation of one of its oldest classroom buildings, Jennison Hall, has resulted in an unexpected benefit for Massachusetts science teachers – free science equipment.
In 2014, Bentley University’s Office of Sustainability overhauled the university’s campus waste program, focusing on ways to reduce on-campus trash through recycling and compositing, otherwise known as waste diversion.
Bentley President Gloria Larson joined Bloomberg Radio’s Carol Massar and Cory Johnson to discuss how companies are enforcing and promoting ethical behavior and what universities are doing to teach ethics in the classroom.
Bentley recognizes its faculty, staff and student awards and honors.
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.
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.