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USA Today April 11, 2017

Senior Lecturer of Law, Taxation and Financial Planning Steve Weisman explains how a new strain of ransomware uses a Star Trek theme.

TOPICS: Media Coverage
The New York Post April 11, 2017

A new paper from Economics Professor Dhaval Dave discusses the effect of e-cigarette laws on teen smoking patterns.

TOPICS: Media Coverage
MarketWatch April 10, 2017

According to a new paper co-authored by Economics Professor Dhaval Dave, teen cigarette use has jumped from 0.7 to 1.4 percentage points since states began instating e-cigarette laws.  

TOPICS: Media Coverage
U.S. News & World Report April 10, 2017

Bentley’s PreparedU Project finds that 77% of millennials think that a flexible schedule will make them better, more productive workers.

Bloomberg Radio April 9, 2017

Vice President of Bentley University Career Services Susan Brennan shares the importance of providing exceptional customer service to students visiting college career services departments.

WBZ April 8, 2017

Professor of Economics Dave Gulley discusses the March jobs report with WBZ radio.

by Kristin Livingston April 6, 2017

"Growing up, going to college was my number one goal," Jaclyn Leduc ’18, a marketing major, remembers. "I did everything I needed to do to make sure I would get there one day. My family was supportive, my high school was helpful and encouraging during the process, and my achievements up to that point seemed to be enough to push me to the college life I’d dreamed of for so long.

TOPICS: Giving Back
by Kristin Livingston April 6, 2017

Hector Jiminez-Guerrero ’17 thrives on the challenge of adapting to new environments. While studying abroad as a Santander fellow in Barcelona, Spain — his first trip to Europe — he was able to do just that, and much more. From seeing his favorite team, Real Madrid, in action to networking with likeminded students, Hector says his time abroad was a tremendous experience that strengthened his character:

TOPICS: Giving Back
Monster April 6, 2017

Trish Foster, senior program director for Bentley’s Center for Women and Business, shares how unconscious bias becomes concrete in everyday workplace interactions and managerial decisions.

by Meredith Mason  April 5, 2017

President Gloria Larson joined Bloomberg Radio’s Carol Massar and Cory Johnson, along with guest experts, to talk about how higher education is putting leadership programs in place to better prepare young women and how companies are changing their policies to advance women because they know it will benefit their bottom line.