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by Jennifer Skuce-Spira  November 3, 2016

1982, Fenway Park: Jim Rice, Wade Boggs and Dwight Evans lead the Red Sox, as former Triple Crown winner Carl Yastrzemski begins his penultimate season with the team. Mark Balaban ’84, P ’20, then a Bentley sophomore, takes the “T” from Waltham to Yawkey Way more than 30 times from April to September. His seat in the sunshine costs $7.50.

by Paul Carberry November 3, 2016

The story of Bentley’s campus begins in a single room that housed a whist club. We all know of the school’s decades on Boylston street in Boston before moving to Waltham. But the story has an even more improbable start in this obscure card room in the Chambers Huntington building located on Huntington Avenue.

by Katherine O'Leary ’64, as told to Deblina Chakraborty November 3, 2016

Growing up, Katherine (O’Keefe) O’Leary ’64 was athletic, but couldn’t play sports in her all-girl school. She spent a lot of time playing with kids in a local park — and the guys never minded that she was a girl.

by George Grattan  November 3, 2016

In February 1917, 30 young men eager to study accounting gathered in a rented room on Boston’s Huntington avenue. They came to learn from a man who had left his teaching job at Boston University ... and was the best teacher of the subject they’d ever had.

Huffington Post November 1, 2016

Market research from Bentley’s PreparedU Project finds that one half of millennials are willing to work long hours and weekends to meet their career goals.

Wharton Magazine October 31, 2016

Management Professor Martin Conyon’s research on performance appraisals is highlighted in an interview with his research partner.

GoodCall October 28, 2016

President Gloria Larson shares how recent trends have sparked a change towards the extended classroom teaching model to better prepare graduates for the workplace.

Boston Globe October 28, 2016

Bentley is highlighted at number 44 on 2016 Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Massachusetts list.

Prospanica October 26, 2016

Director of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion Katherine Lampley is recognized for her work with the "Discover Bentley" program. 

TOPICS: Media Coverage, MBA
University Business October 25, 2016

Bentley's Digital Marketing Director Joshua Dodson discusses the AMP Project and its implications for SEO.

TOPICS: Media Coverage