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June 23, 2015

Bentley’s Service Learning Center received the Bob Ray Partnership Award at the Massachusetts Housing and Shelter Alliance’s 12th annual spring fundraising event: Home for Good, Solutions Start Here

RadioInfo June 22, 2015

Steve Weisman, professor of Law, Taxation, and Financial planning at Bentley, authors this piece discussing copyright infringement involving Justin Bieber and Usher. 

TOPICS: Media Coverage
New England Cable News June 22, 2015

Susan Brennan, executive director of Career Services at Bentley, appears on CEO Corner to discuss the job market for college graduates. The first segment focuses on the current market. The second segment focuses on what students should do to prepare for getting their first job out of college. 

Metrowest Daily News June 20, 2015

Bentley Sociology Professor Miriam Boeri discusses marijuana policy and the benefits of legalization.

Bloomberg Businessweek June 19, 2015

Research from Bentley's PreparedU Project is highlighted stating that, "only 13% of millennials said their career goal involved climbing the corporate ladder to become CEO or president."

Bloomberg Radio June 17, 2015

Economics Professor David Gulley joins Carol Massar and Vonnie Quinn on the Bloomberg Advantage to discuss the Federal Reserve's recent statement. 

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TheStreet June 17, 2015

Steve Weisman, professor of law, taxation, and financial planning at Bentley, Weisman explains how a major source of identity theft is within the family.

CareerMag June 17, 2015

study conducted by Bentley is highlighted in order to address myths and rumors about millennials in the workplace. 

June 17, 2015

Bentley University’s Center for Women and Business will present its 10th annual Gearing Up conference for professional women in the first decade of their careers on Friday, June 19 from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

June 15, 2015

Steve Weisman, senior lecturer at Bentley University and a leading expert on cyber security, is available to comment on the massive hack of employee data on at least four million present and former federal employees from The Office of Personnel Management (OPM).