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Intersectional Sustainability: Bentley Students Lead ‘People for the Planet’ Festival on Climate Change and Identity 

April 11, 2024
What’s your relationship with sustainability policies and practices related to climate change? During the People for the Planet Festival held at Bentley University in March, student sustainability leaders encouraged people to ask themselves that question —…

Hands-On High Tech: Students Take the Lead on Immersive Learning with Meta’s University Program

April 10, 2024
A campus fixture since 2011, the CIS Sandbox is a technology social learning space best known for its comprehensive peer-led tutoring services and long-running “Topics in Tech” speaker series, which features Bentley alumni sharing industry expertise. The CIS…

Skating Their Way to Success — On and Off the Ice

April 8, 2024
While balancing academics and extracurricular activities can be difficult for any college student, it’s particularly challenging for Autumn Coulthard ’23, MBA ’25 and Elly Monaco ’25, who simultaneously pursue their studies while perfecting death spirals, sit…

Bentley Hosts Steven Pinker to Explore How Human Rationale Impacts Academic Freedom and Free Speech

March 27, 2024
Bentley hosted world-renowned psychologist, cognitive scientist and humanist Steven Pinker for a conversation on ways that rational thought — including beliefs relating to reality and mythology — impacts the ideas of free speech, free inquiry and academic…

Alumni Share Insights About Health Industry Careers During Students’ Visit to Boston Scientific

March 27, 2024
A recent visit to Boston Scientific’s global headquarters in Marlborough, Massachusetts, gave Bentley students a firsthand look at finance-related career possibilities in the health industry.  Sponsored by the university’s new Center for Health and Business (…

How Female Directors Boost Bottom Lines

March 26, 2024
When it comes to corporate decision-making in America, women are woefully underrepresented: Despite making up 58% of the nation’s workforce, they hold just 28% of C-suite positions and 29% of corporate board seats.  According to Kristi Minnick, Bentley’s…

Clean Bill(s) of Health: The Push for Price Transparency

March 22, 2024
Whether inside his classroom or in discussions with policymakers in Washington, D.C., Ben Chartock likes to talk about why so many Americans struggle to access affordable health care.The assistant professor of Economics, who has spent the past decade studying…

Falcons Forward — Bentley’s Biggest Giving Day — Breaks Records

March 22, 2024
During Falcons Forward 2024, a record-breaking $681,867 was raised for Bentley, with donors choosing to give to the areas of the university that mean the most to them. See all results.

Research Considers Returns on “Maximum Fair Price” of Medicare Drugs

March 12, 2024

Adventures in Africa: Ghana and the Benefits of Biodiversity

March 11, 2024
Each year, the Cronin Office of International Education offers Bentley students countless opportunities to participate in immersive learning opportunities around the globe. Among them are faculty-led, three-credit international courses that occur during…