A Bentley survey reports that 66 percent of millennials desire to start their own business.
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Research from Bentley’s PreparedU Project is cited in this article discussing if student-loan debt is to blame for the dropping number of millennial entrepreneurs.
Research from Bentley reveals the importance of soft skills in the workplace and how millennials can improve on these skills.
Helen Meldrum, associate professor of Psychology and Natural and Applied Sciences at Bentley, discusses the push for transparency in the medical education industry.
Forbes.com, New York Magazine and Slate are just a few of the outlets discussing the PreparedU Project's latest research into the minds of millennials in the workplace.
Management Professor Susan Adams discusses how men can speed up the gender equality movement in the corporate world.
Bentley student Deyven Ferreras speaks about the challenges of overcoming a serious heart condition while living on a college campus.
Executive Director of Career Services Susan Brennan says that brain-teasing interview questions are increasingly falling out of favor in the most competitive banks, consulting companies, and tech firms.
Bentley University is named one of the country’s best institutions for undergraduate education in the just-published 2016 edition of The Princeton Review Annual college guide, “The Best 380 Colleges,” (Random House/Princeton Review).
Bentley University receives two accolades for its sustainability practices: inclusion in The Princeton Review’s list of top environmentally responsible colleges, and winning the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s 2014-2015 College & University Green Power Challenge for using more green power than any other school in the Northeast-10 Conference.