If you're a graduate student, the Adamian Academic Center is your epicenter. The building houses the Center for Business Ethics, the Cronin Office of International Education, and the Center for Languages and International Collaboration. The center is named in honor of Chancellor Gregory H. Adamian, who served as Bentley's president from 1970 to 1991.
Located on the building's first floor, the Center for Languages and International Collaboration uses technology to enhance learning in modern languages and international studies. The multilingual Jukebox, for instance, is a web-based tool that provides authentic exposure to French, Italian, Spanish, Japanese, and Chinese in real-time. Also, specially designed web sites called Virtual Environments connect students across international borders so they can collaborate on projects during a semester.
Quick Fact: Keep an eye trained on the stars from the university observatory, located in the Adamian Academic Center.