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Boston Globe October 28, 2016

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

Fast Company August 26, 2016

Professor of Management Susan Adams discusses how and why gender inequalities still exist in the United States.

by George Grattan July 7, 2016

Cynthia Clark, Associate Professor, Management, has been named a Fulbright Scholar for the academic year 2016-2017. She will study ethics and corporate governance in Spain, and will be hosted by both the University of Valencia and the Polytechnic University of Valencia.

by Patricia M. Flynn June 30, 2016

Gender inequalities remain in boardrooms throughout the corporate world, despite increasing evidence that diversity on corporate boards is good for business, and despite the fact that women account for over 85% of consumer expenditures and trillions of dollars in spending annually worldwide.  

Boston Business Journal June 9, 2016

Management Professor Susan Adams discusses the lack of gender diversification amongst the highest paid CEOs in Massachusetts.

by Beth Monaghan May 5, 2016

During Bentley's 2016 TEDx event, Beth Monaghan, CEO of a PR firm, offered advice on dealing with gender equality and how women can succeed at work.

by Kristen Walsh May 2, 2016

Workplace diversity is a complex issue. Learn what companies are doing to attract and retain female and minority candidates -- and what professionals should look for when job searching.

Boston Globe January 13, 2016

Trish Foster, program director for Bentley's Center for Women and Business discusses how diversity in leadership leads to better results ranging from creativity and innovation, to the bottom line.

Fast Company January 5, 2016

Associate Director of Bentley University's Center for Women and Business Sava Berhané  shares advice on how to manage an efficient social network.

Boson Business Journal December 18, 2015

Management professor Susan Adams discusses the progress in the number of women placed in leadership roles throughout Massachusetts’ largest 100 public companies. 

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