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Waltham News Tribune December 16, 2014

Governor Deval Patrick and Bentley's Center for Women and Business come together to celebrate the success of the Corporate Challenge. 

Business News Daily December 16, 2014

New PreparedU findings prove that many employers still hold false beliefs about millennials. University President Gloria Larson weighs in on the issue.

Washington Examiner December 16, 2014

A study co-authored by Professor Dhaval Dave is highlighted in this piece about the correlation between unemployment and weight gain. 

Boston Globe December 16, 2014

Governor Deval Patrick joins Bentley’s Center for Women and Business join and over 100 companies that have signed on to participate in the Corporate Challenge.

Boson Business Journal December 15, 2014

Bentley’s Director of Undergraduate Career Services offers networking tips for students to make the most out of their holiday break.

December 15, 2014

Students heading out for winter break should have more on their minds than the holiday celebrations. The time at home is the perfect opportunity to get ahead in the search for an internship or job. Bentley career experts offer top tips for successful networking.

Entrepreneur December 11, 2014

A study from Bentley's Center for Women and Business is highlighted and provides data about how millennials work in different envi

Shape December 11, 2014

Shape's online magazine highlights the Center for Women and Business' survey stating that 84% of millennials rank making a positive difference in the world more important than professional recognition.

Boston Globe December 11, 2014

The Center for Women and Business is highlighted for leading the "Getting to More" corporate challenge, an initiative to create a network of organizations supporting and advancing women in the work place.

Glamour December 9, 2014

Glamour highlights Bentley’s “The Millennial Mind Goes to Work” survey stating that almost two thirds of millennials want to start their own business. 

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