Bentley University President Gloria Larson is announced as co-chair for the "Friends for Life" Inaugural Gala organized by Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD).
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Toni G. Wolfman, executive in residence at Bentley University’s Center for Women and Business (CWB), was named to the Boston Business Journal (BBJ) Power 50, an award designed to honor the region’s 50 most influential businesspeople of 2011. Wolfman and other members of the 2011 Power 50 will be recognized in a special supplement in the BBJ on October 28.
Assistant Dean and Director of Graduate Admissions Sharon Hill discusses recent MBA application statistics.
On October 6, 2011, James S. Turley, Global Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, visited the Bentley University Campus for a series of events and discussions with administrators, faculty and students focused on topics including global leadership, international economics, and developments in the accounting profession.
University Career Services hosted more than 1,000 students, 122 companies and 300 recruiters at the fall 2011 Career Fair held October 5 in the Dana Athletic Center.
University Career Services is shaking up the air waves with a new weekly radio program – “At the Career Lounge” – dedicated to giving students the inside scoop on their job search and potential opportunities. Hosted by Alyssa Hammond and Colleen Murphy, associate directors of undergraduate career services, the show airs Thursdays from 12:00 to 2:00 p.m. on WBTY Radio Bentley. The program features the latest on career news as well as interviews with experts, employers, and students.
Whole Foods Market co-founder John Mackey discusses the company's involvement with the Conscious Capitalism Institute, the idea that healthy businesses can
Bentley students discuss how it was Bentley's reputation and semi-suburban location that led them to choose Bentley over schools located in Boston proper.
Special Assistant to the President and Ombudsman Dr.
For the seventh consecutive year, Bentley University is joining MLB.com to sponsor the “Break into the Business of Baseball” program, in which high school students from across America can win a one-month internship at the offices of the Boston Red Sox during summer of 2012. Students will go behind the scenes and learn the ins-and-outs of running a Major League Baseball (MLB) team in areas such as marketing, sales, and corporate relations and partnerships. The program is now accepting submissions for the summer 2012 internship program.