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February 10, 2017

An interview with Carolina Figueroa, Bentley's new vice president for enrollment management.

Bright Move January 17, 2017

President Larson discusses why students need to combine traditional soft skills such as communication and collaboration with technical skills to become successful employees in the job market.

Business Insider March 17, 2016

Bentley graduate Elaine Florentino is taking part in PricewaterhouseCoppers’ program that assists students with paying back their student loans. 

by Kristen Walsh October 6, 2015

Big names like Google, Facebook and Twitter have openly admitted a lack of workforce diversity -- and their intent to ramp up recruitment efforts and change the landscape of Silicon Valley. But what happens once the hiring is over?

December 17, 2014

More than 100 companies including some of the biggest corporate names in Massachusetts have signed on to participate in the Corporate Challenge, a groundbreaking effort by Governor Deval Patrick and Bentley University's Center for Women and Business in which companies pledge to strengthen their gender inclusiveness efforts and better harness the talents of their women employees.

Boston Globe September 14, 2014

A Bentley networking event serves as an example of the value of mentorship and making connections within one's industry. 

Houston Chronicle January 6, 2014

Kristin Nichols, associate director of undergraduate admissions, is mentioned for her review of CollegeWeekLive as an instrumental tool that helps reach out to perspective students.

Boston Herald August 20, 2013

Bentley is highlighted for being among the first 200 schools with a newly launched LinkedIn University Page.

April 2, 2013

Len Morrison, Director of Career Services, provides insight into the recruitment process for the Class of 2013. 

January 24, 2012

Bedard’s research has focused on various aspects of improving audit quality. While her earlier research studied individual auditors’ decisions, her more recent studies examine firm-level quality control practices and regulation. In that scope, Bedard co-wrote a series of papers with Karla Johnstone (University of Wisconsin-Madison) that investigates factors associated with why audit firms either accept or decline certain companies as audit clients. She was honored at the organization’s Midyear Conference and Doctoral Consortium in Savannah, GA, in January.  

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