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WCVB -TV October 10, 2014

The Women in the Workplace Initiative is highlighted through an event on the Bentley University campus featuring Governor Deval Patrick 

New England Cable News October 10, 2014

The Center for Women and Business is teaming up with major industry partners and the governor’s office to create gender equality in the workplace.

CBS Boston October 10, 2014

Bentley University is highlighted for its work towards the advancement of women in the workplace.

Associated Press October 10, 2014

Bentley’s partnership with the governor’s office on the “Successful Women, Successful Families” task force is highlighted by the Associated Press and has been reported by media outlets around the nation.

Boston Globe October 10, 2014

Governor Patrick has partnered with Bentley's Center for Women and Business to issue a corporate challenge to Massachusetts companies to help strengthen gender inclusivene

October 10, 2014

Gov. Deval L. Patrick and Bentley University’s Center for Women and Business today announced 14 Massachusetts companies that will join a groundbreaking effort to strengthen gender inclusiveness and more effectively harness the talents of their women employees.

Washington Examiner October 8, 2014

Professor Scott Sumner comments on U.S. monetary policy and President Obama's recent comparison of American and European economies.

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The Concord Journal October 6, 2014

Adjunct Professor of Sociology Rick Frese will be speaking at the Concord Free Public Librarye as part of the upcoming exhibition exploring President Lincoln.

Washington Post October 6, 2014

Senior lecturer, Steve Weisman, shares insight on the unconcerned reactions of Americans in response to recent data breaches.

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MSNBC October 6, 2014

The Ed Show invites Bentley professor Steve Weisman and George Washington University's John Banzhaf to debate the approach for petitioning a name change for the Washington RedSki

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