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NECN August 7, 2017

Molly Curly ’17 combined her sales degree with her passion for modeling and fashion to launch her own swimwear line, Molly J. Swim.

Business Insider July 29, 2017

Founding Director of Bentley’s Center for Women and Business shares the danger of negative self-talk.

Accounting Today July 13, 2017

New research from Finance Professor Rani Hoitash highlights the lack of women in top audit positions at accounting firms across the nation.

by George Grattan June 15, 2017

Pat Flynn, Trustee Professor of Economics and Management and former dean of Bentley’s McCallum Graduate School of Business, serves as co-chair of the Principles for Responsible Management Education’s Working Group on Gender Equality. In this role she has to date been co-editor of two books on gender equality and two on sustainability issues in business and in management education

Washington Post June 9, 2017

Research from Bentley’s Center for Women and Business is highlighted in a discussion of millennials involvement in recent national security leaks.

Tampa Bay Online May 3, 2017

Senior Director of Bentley's Center for Women and Business Trish Foster discusses the negative effects of unconscious bias in the workplace.

Boston Globe May 3, 2017

Director of Bentley’s Center for Women and Business Deb Pine comments on the release of Ivanka Trump’s new book.

May 2, 2017

The Center for Women and Business at Bentley University will present its 12th Annual Gearing Up Conference on Friday, June 16 from 8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

by George Grattan April 13, 2017

Bentley’s Center for Women and Business and the Bentley Research Council recently co-sponsored the second annual faculty/industry roundtable around the stark facts facing the tech industry as it seeks to improve the number of women in its ranks. The conversation was “Diversity In Tech: Addressing the Talent Pipeline and Workplace Culture.” 

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.

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