The League of Women Voters of Massachusetts and Bentley’s Valente Center for Arts and Sciences co-sponsor a panel discussion about the rising economic inequality and its effects on political participation.
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A group of Bentley students build a home for Habitat for Humanity during their spring break.
President Gloria Larson discusses the opportunities for Boston’s students to volunteer during the planning of Boston 2024.
President Gloria Larson discusses the “opportunity gap” that millennial women see in the workforce and what businesses can do to change this moving forward.
Research of Bentley’s PreparedU Project is highlighted stating that 85% percent of millennials believe they’ll stay with four or fewer companies for their entire ca
President Gloria Larson provides 5 ways that millennials are impacting the corporate world.
Professor of Economics Steve Weisman warns of a new security flaw that threatens millions of internet users.
On Saturday, February 28, more than 300 Bentley students competed in the largest academic competition of the year, the 18th annual Bentley Business Bowl.
Miriam Boeri, associate professor of sociology at Bentley, writes about how incorporating more safe injection facilities into American society can be both economically and socially