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Giving Back through Governance

Trustee J. Paul Condrin III ’83, P ’19, ’22 succeeded Robert P. Badavas ’74 as chair of the Board of Trustees on July 1, 2019. Members elected Condrin in February, after Badavas announced his retirement after 14 years as a trustee. Condrin brings six years of service to the Bentley board and decades of leadership at a Fortune 100 insurance company to this new role.

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Welcome to the Alumni Association, Class of 2019!

Watch highlights from the undergraduate and graduate commencement ceremonies, and get to know the newest members of the alumni community.

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Networking Her Way to Wall Street

In middle school, Emily Niditch ’17 and her classmates competed in a stock market competition with contestants across Pennsylvania, including local government officials. The challenge was to manage a hypothetical $100,000 portfolio through a trading session. Her team won with the highest portfolio valuation, and Niditch discovered a passion for finance that would eventually bring her to Bentley.

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My First-Gen Story: Ralph ‘Buz’ McDonald ’80

My father worked for an oil company in Vermont, and I spent my summers working with him. I had always thought about a career in business. My uncle had a degree in electrical engineering and a long career at IBM. He became an early role model for me.

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Ana Haack ’20 Lands a TV Internship and a Surprise Spot on Camera

When Ana Haack ’20 accepted an internship at Boston television station WHDH, she expected to work behind the scenes doing public relations. But it wasn’t long before the Creative Industries major was in front of the camera as a guest on the show Revista Hispana to discuss the unrest in her home country of Venezuela.

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Bentley Hosts Teaching Seminar for Diverse Future Professors

Katherine Lampley knows there are many benefits to having a diverse faculty at a university. Her top three: an enriched classroom experience, more creative curriculum design and research, and a more inclusive community. But Lampley, the executive director of Bentley’s Office of Diversity & Inclusion, also knows that recruiting diverse faculty candidates isnt easy.

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Symposium Explores the Ethics of Artificial Intelligence

There can be no doubt that artificial intelligence is having a huge impact on global business. Research from McKinsey reveals, of more than 2,000 organizations surveyed, 47% are using artificial intelligence to solve business problems.

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