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Decoding GEN Z
Fall 2019 Issue

Meet Gen Z

Connected and collaborative, students born between 1995 and 2010 are making an impact on campus and beyond.

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Fitness: Making It Personal

The U.S. health and fitness industry generated $30 billion during 2018, logging annual growth of 3% to 4% that’s likely to continue. Alumni like Kelsie Tidman ’13 (pictured with a certain local QB) are in step with the demand. 

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The Little Pie that Could

Kara (Wetzler) Romanik ’85 takes her small-but-mighty venture from home kitchen to QVC.

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Shakeeb Habash
We’re able to collaborate, create diverse communities and produce outcomes unimaginable 20 or even 10 years ago.
Shakeeb Habash
Class of 2021
A Push for Policymakers

A Push for Policymakers

Does Congress care more about one kind of drug addict than another? A Bentley research team finds legislators lagging when it comes to making policy around prescription opioids.

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Five Things

Why do great people leave good jobs? Organizational culture is often to blame. Management consultant Christie Lindor ’02 shares five markers of a toxic workplace, in hopes of inspiring a turnaround. 

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Family Matters

The family of Cindy Worrell, P ’14 honored her memory — and a lifetime spent giving to others — by sponsoring a service dog they named “Bentley.”

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Inside Job

Mandeep Walia, MSAIS ’02 is out to make change, helping to launch Facebook’s online wallet powered by the Libra blockchain.

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Chetan Singh Hayer
In April, I visited Bentley for the first time in over 15 years. My 8-year-old son loved the campus and my wife enjoyed its tranquility.
Chetan Singh Hayer
MS in Information Technology, Class of 2003

Spotlight: Paul Donahe ’69

The Bentley name earned this alumnus an assignment overseeing disbursements for 23,000 soldiers during the Vietnam War. 

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Spotlight: Tuulia Haveri ’93

Her three-year-old venture helps small and mid-size companies expand into new international markets.

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CAMPUS NEWS

Two Join Bentley Board

Insights from new Bentley University trustees Steven Millner ’83 and Lebone Moses ’02.

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Honoring a ‘Scholar, Leader and Gentleman’

The new Robert J. ’66 and Muriel D., MST ’99 Schadee Endowed Scholarship Fund will provide support for deserving students.

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Granting Opportunity

Greg Grenier ’12 (left) and Brian Shea ’14 secured a $100,000 grant to support afterschool programs at two public housing communities in Waltham.

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Message from the President

The strategic plan developed to take Bentley into its second century stays true to our history. We are constantly innovating to provide a modern business education for each new generation of learners.

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