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Manfredi Family Establishes the Finish Line Grant Fund

Steven ’73 and Christine (Smith) ’73 Manfredi, P ’10 made a gift of $1.5 million to create the Finish Line Grant Fund, which will award scholarships ranging from $5,000 to $30,000 to undergraduate students who encounter financial hardship on their way to completing their degree.

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A Hat Trick for Bentley

If there’s a Bruins game on, the Giannettos are likely gathered in their living room, glued to the television screen. Three of the five family members now have something else in common.

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Art Evangelist

Art and activism blend perfectly for Maria Rivero ’09. The Venezuela-born alumna couples her expertise in marketing with a keen social conscience. The work is twofold: managing a private collection dedicated to contemporary art and helping emerging artists promote their work based on topics such as racism and human rights. In April, she was on campus to discuss making art in the age of technology.

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Ashish Fernando, MBA ’15

Ashish Fernando, MBA ’15 can thank a collapsing job market for his path to entrepreneurship. In 2008, he put aside dreams of becoming a microbiologist in his home country of India to pursue an MBA in the United States, where, he says, “a lot of innovation in information technology and biotechnology was happening. 

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Fast Track Your Career

Between “what you know” and “who you know,” Bob Leahy ’74, MBA ’90 and Barbara Lipps know which one typically needs the most work. 

As volunteer principals of Bentley’s Fast Track job search group, Leahy and Lipps regularly meet alumni who have spent hours perfecting a résumé, while neglecting what they consider the most critical factor in career advancement: building relationships.

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Happening on Campus


Discussion Explores America's Opioid Crisis

Working with colleagues from four other academic departments, as well as the Hoffman Center for Business Ethics and the Health Thought Leadership Network, Associate Professor of Law Liz Brown organized an interactive, interdisciplinary panel discussion, “The Opioid Opportunity: Laws, Ethics, and Community Impact,” which took place in the Wilder Auditorium on Sept. 17.

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Bentley Again Named Among the Best in the Nation for Internships and Career Services

Bentley University’s nationally recognized career service department is ranked #3 in the country in The Princeton Review’s newly-released guide, “The 385 Best Colleges, 2020 Edition.” Bentley is also ranked #1 for internship opportunities by The Princeton Review.

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