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Winter 2022 Issue

Fan Favorites

For Tanya Hvizdak ’00, MBA ’01; Audrey McMillan ’24; Brad Walker ’96 and scores of other Falcon athletes, the wins far outlast any game or season. They and five other alumni and students share their top lessons from the field, court and ice.


Read Their Stories

Fan Fav Teaser
Spirited Game Plan

Spirited Game Plan

Director of Athletics Vaughn Williams knows the power of sports to bring people together. His own work to build community at Bentley stretches way past the fields and facilities of south campus. Tag along.


See the AD in Action

Going Deep

In 2019, Paul Cheek ’14 co-founded a company to help keep microplastics out of the world’s oceans. Now he’s training future entrepreneurs to make their own socially minded ventures a reality.

Meet Paul

Paul Cheek ’14
Be a Force hits 90 Million

Finish Line In Sight

Thousands of Falcons have stepped forward to help the campaign reach $90 million of its $100 million goal. Their generosity is fueling scholarships, academic innovation and beyond-the-books additions to the student experience.

See the Impact

Tony Remington ’92
Teamwork, camaraderie, perseverance, setting goals, overcoming obstacles. All that matters in life and business, I believe you learn in team sports.
Tony Remington ’92
CEO and Co-founder, Gravity Diagnostics

News from the Nest

Powerful Partnership

The university’s multi-year partnership with Gallup examines how business is doing when it comes to making a positive impact in the world.

Learn More

Diplomatic Discussion

This fall, the campus community hosted H.E. Shaikh Abdulla R. Al-Khalifa ’01, MBA ’03, Bahrain ambassador to the United States.

Meet the Ambassador

Two Join Leadership Team

Sean Ferguson (l.) and Chris Grugan are overseeing, respectively, the Strategy and Innovation and the University Advancement divisions.

Meet the VPs

Career Fair 2022

The first in-person career fair since 2019 brought together about 130 employers and 1,400 students.

Watch the highlights.

From the President

In his first column for Bentley Magazine, President Brent Chrite writes on the power — and responsibility — of business to do good in the world.


Read More

Forward Thinking
Five Things: Hows and Whys of Calming Conflict

Five Things: Hows and Whys of Calming Conflict

Conflict is inevitable in human relationships. Turn the tables and make it a steppingstone for personal growth, advises Bentley expert Eliane Markoff.


Read Eliane’s Tips


Personal Investing

As inflation and recession continue to grab headlines, alumni in finance have wisdom to share.

Get Expert Advice

Family Matters: Impressive Itineraries

Degrees from Bentley have been a passport to career success for Katrina ’96, Joseph ’97 and Lia ’03 Santos of the Philippines.

Meet the Siblings

Falcon Weekend

Alumni, families, students, faculty and staff celebrated Bentley’s best fall weekend on October 21 to 23.

Two Falcons Earn Honors

J. Terence “Terry” Carleton ’77, P ’09 ’11 and Rona Mejiritski ’22 were honored for contributions to Bentley and beyond.

Meet Terry and Rona

Board Welcomes New Members

Annemarie Frank ’88 and Mark Longo ’89 have joined the board, which represents the diverse community of alumni around the world.

Meet New and Returning Members

Minding the Gap

Pam (Krull) Rosenberg ’91 and her husband (back) started The One by One Project to cover needs that fall outside the mission of other nonprofits.

Meet Pam

Boy Meets Brine

Turning homegrown cucumbers into his favorite condiment kept Justin Park ’05 (l.) busy while plotting a career change. Then came the “pickle epiphany.”

Meet Justin

Friendships Then & Now

Do you recognize these Class of 1982 alumnae? Meet them and other Falcons who have kept in touch to this day. 



A sweet celebration for Camille Rae, daughter of Shika (Laboriel) Holland ’09 and husband Christian ’10.

Send us your photos and class notes.

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