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BentleyAlert Snow Update- Jan. 29

Campus will be closed on Saturday, Jan. 29 due to the incoming winter storm. Dining locations and the Falcon Market will be open to support on-campus residents. Shuttle service will be suspended on Saturday and is expected to resume on Sunday pending safe road conditions. On-campus students can contact University Police at 781-891-2201 for routine needs or 781-891-3131 for a police, fire, or medical emergency.

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Winter 2021 Issue
Let's Get to Work

‘Let’s Get to Work’

President E. LaBrent Chrite talks about settling into the Falcon community, the challenges and opportunities ahead, and that look-alike bobblehead on his office bookshelf.

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Purpose is the Strongest Force

From honoring beloved professors to fueling life-changing programs to financing the studies of first-generation Falcons, Bentley donors are a force for positive change.

See the Impact

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students and faculty members

Many Happy Returns

The return of in-person teaching and learning made for a busy fall semester. Six students and faculty members hit pause to share their experiences.

Read Their First-Person Accounts

Campus News

Welcome, Class of 2025!

First-year students moved in and bonded during a week of activities in early September.

Paula Callender Han
It’s exciting to be able to give back to a university that has given me so much and, especially, to bring that to students.
Pauline Callender Han ’91
New Member, Board of Trustees

Not-So-Basic Training

A consulting “boot camp” prepares students to work on projects for real-world companies.

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Two Join Board of Trustees

New members are well-schooled in crafting business strategy, motivating teams and understanding the challenges of higher ed.

Read the Q&A

Falcon Files

Do you know when the bridge across Beaver Street joined the Bentley landscape? Tour campus landmarks past and present.

See the Sights

Take Two: Commerce + COVID

The pandemic has shifted how consumers buy and companies sell. Take stock of the changes with Brandon Hendrix ’06 and Assistant Professor of Marketing Shelle Santana.

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Brandon Hendrix ’06 and Assistant Professor of Marketing Shelle Santana
Ryan Collins ’10, MBA ’11

Inside Job: X Marks the Spot

Forensic accountant Ryan Collins ’10, MBA ’11 uncovers a solution to boredom and isolation during the pandemic.

Meet Ryan

Family Matters: Growing Potential

A Bentley education has seeded success for five members of the family behind a much-loved, 136-year-old farm in Lexington, Mass.

Meet the Wilsons


Falcon Weekend

Some 2,000 alumni and family members came to campus for an action-packed weekend in September. 

New Venture Taps Old World Tastes

Casey White ’14 (left) and her sister found business inspiration in the Polish comfort food of their youth.

Meet Casey

Finding Sanctuary

Kulen Elephant Forest, co-founded and directed by David-Jaya Piot ’17, is home to 13 formerly captive Asian elephants.

Meet David-Jaya
Big Sister Giulia

Warm Welcome . . . Joseph Charles, pictured with sister Giulia, is the new son of Jacquelyn (Mascetti) Katz ’04, MBA ’07 and husband Jared ’04. 

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