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Bentley Magazine Summer 2019 Research Issue

Summer 2019 Issue

Examining Research

Projects by faculty and students cross academic disciplines for real-world impact

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The PROFile

Instagram tips from Brayan Mesa ’17

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Early Investment

An alumna and a current student teach young people lessons about money and finance

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Rick Oches
People here do research that tackles issues related to society, the environment and the economy, in addition to real-world business questions.
Rick Oches
Dean of Arts and Sciences
James Arredondo ’04, MBA ’10 and Vanessa (Razney) Baca ’10

Float like a Falcon, Sting like a ‘B’

Bentley was 2-0 at the Haymakers for Hope charity fight night. James Arredondo ’04, MBA ’10 and Vanessa (Razney) Baca ’10 pummeled through months of training to reach the ring — amazing family and friends and raising thousands of dollars to knock out cancer.

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Five Things

“Congratulations on your recent failure” may never be a Hallmark sentiment. But there are reasons to value — even welcome — the experience, says Peter Forkner of Bentley’s Counseling Center. 

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Rocket Man

Falcon Files

In 2019, Bentley hosted its 100th Commencement for undergraduate students. Here are highlights from ceremonies past. 

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Family Matters

Members of the Giannetto family share a love of hockey and ties to Bentley. Meet Michael ’85 and wife Terri (Mahoney), MBA ’92, whose son, Dominic, is a first-student in 2019.

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Dom and parents at Bentley
Maria Rivero

Inside Job

Now based in New York, Venezuela-born alumna Maria Rivero ’09 couples her expertise in marketing with a keen social conscience.

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I am proud to announce I have launched a new entrepreneurial project on Amazon — Golden Frog Products — manufacturing high-quality binoculars for children.
Veronica Vallarino
Class of 1994

Spotlight: Fast Track Your Career

Accountability drives the job search group that Bob Leahy ’74, MBA ’90 and Barbara Lipps lead for alumni 

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Spotlight: Susan Brown ’88

Making R&R accessible for families of children and adults with disabilities 

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Spotlight: Ashish Fernando, MBA ’15

Streamlining the college search and application process for international students who want to study in the U.S. 

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Conference Call

Students such as Hannah Rauch ’19 (above) attended academic conferences with support by United Technologies Corporation. The company is a longtime booster of the Bentley Honors Program. 

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High Fashion, High Energy

The Black United Body student organization hosts an annual fashion show featuring creations by local designers. The theme for 2019 — A Seat in the Garden — highlighted the idea of a garden representing a diverse, beautiful community.

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Meet the Interim Provost

Donna Maria Blancero is on a mission to show that successful people represent all types of identities, including race, gender and ethnicity. The self-described “proud Latina” joined Bentley’s faculty in 2010 as an associate professor of management.  

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Message from the President

The 2018-2019 academic year was a pivotal time when this community came together to plan for what comes next. A nine-month strategic planning process engaged faculty, staff, students, alumni and corporate recruiters in designing Bentley’s future. 

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