Bentley University is ranked #1 for Business, Management and Marketing in a new ranking released by College Factual, an online portal designed to assist students in selecting a college. The outcomes-driven ranking is based on factors including school quality and alumni salary information.
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Unique. Interesting. Engaging. Outside the box. Those are the words being used by Bentley University students to describe new six-credit “fusion” courses that make unlikely connections between business and the arts and sciences.
As the U.S. Congress embarks on a first-of-its-kind initiative to help accelerate the pace of medical cures in America, Bentley professor Fred Ledley joined a panel of experts who testified at a congressional hearing in Washington, DC, on incentives for pharmaceutical and device development.
Multidisciplinary faculty from top institutions will gather at Bentley University’s Humanities Research Seminar to confront glitches in the planning process.
Bentley professor Gesa Kirsch wins book award, calls for broader perspective of feminist rhetoric as a global enterprise
This spring Bentley’s Dresses to Dreams student organization hosted their annual on campus event for almost one hundred high school girls from the Greater Boston Area.
Congratulations to Bentley's 2014 graduates! The commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 17th were a great success and featured moving speeches from President Gloria Larson, Senior Class President Brian Shea, as well as the commencement speakers, Joe Moglia and Linda Zecher. To watch undergraduate and graduate highlights click here
Bentley University celebrated its Commencement weekend on Saturday, May 17, 2014 with undergraduate speaker Joe Moglia, head football coach and chair of athletics at Coastal Carolina University and chairman of the board of TD Ameritrade, and Linda Zecher, CEO of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.
All commencement ceremonies will be live streamed on the commencement website.
As part of Governor Patrick’s Women in the Workforce Initiative, Labor and Workforce Development Secretary Rachel Kaprielian today announced that applications are now open for at least 14 fellowship positions that have been created within the Executive Branch of state government. Fellows would serve in senior leadership positions for a year as part of the effort to grow the pipeline of women for careers that lead to executive offices and board rooms.