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In 1986, Earl Avery came to Bentley as the new equal opportunity officer.
Input from faculty, staff, students and alumni continues to inform the strategic planning initiative that launched in September 2018.
“We’re not as bold to experiment when grades are on the line, but in student organizations you have nothing to lose when you speak up and let your voice be heard.”
In Bentley’s first decade, rented rooms in Boston and Brookline were home for t
The spring semester is speeding by. Every day I learn more about Bentley and its remarkable community of students, faculty, staff and alumni. Your pride and commitment are evident at every turn.
Nobel Prize-winning molecular biologist Phillip Sharp knows that even the best science can’t stand alone. Bringing life-changing products to market also requires a keen sense of business.
A grant of $200,000 from the biopharma firm Alkermes will support faculty and student research and create a new course about the delivery of healthcare.
There is more to cultural understanding than appreciating another country’s cuisine or clothing.
The weight of research points to gender inequities as a fact of life in the modern workplace.
Admitted during WWI, the first women to graduate were Mary Gallagher ’23, Josephine Mahoney ’22 and Frances Sargent ’22 (pictured top left).
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