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Driving Ambition

October 20, 2021
Since he was 3, Alex Lambert ’23 has been driven to use business to make the world a better place.  “Every Tuesday was trash day in Dracut, Mass., where I grew up, and I would stand at the window and watch the trash and recycling get collected,” he remembers…

Patrick Couillard Hale

October 14, 2021
Patrick Couillard Hale is the new Director of Diversity and Inclusion at Bentley. He arrives fresh from Babson College, where he served as the Director of Multicultural and Identity Programs.     How did you become interested in diversity and inclusion as a…

Peer Perspectives on Inclusion

October 8, 2021
          Professor Cruz
Before he decided to become a professor, Dr. Mateo Cruz spent nearly a decade working with nonprofits to design and deliver health leadership programs for youth of color from historically marginalized…

Solving Her Puzzle

October 4, 2021
The distinctive part of Bentley’s curriculum is often found at the intersection of business and the arts and sciences. For Sandhya Sangappa ’24, it’s a combination that just adds up.  A native of Marlborough, Mass., Sangappa attended the STEM-heavy Advanced…

Sept. 11 Commemoration  

September 10, 2021
David Carlone ’77, Terry Gazzani ’00, Peter O’Neill ’01 and Amy Toyen ’99.    These four Bentley alumni who died in the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, were honored at Bentley’s Commemoration Day on Sept. 10, 2021. Students, faculty and staff solemnly gathered at…

Bentley’s First Week in Photos

September 8, 2021
On Thursday, Sept. 2, 2021, Bentley University burst back to life, bringing students back for Move-In Day and reigniting life on campus. In the afternoon, new President E. LaBrent Chrite presided over his first convocation ceremony, which formally marks the…

Bentley’s First Week Video

September 8, 2021
The 2021-22 year kicked off on Thursday, Sept. 2, with a slate of events and activities. From Move-In Day and Convocation to the first football game of the season, our video captures the excitement of the new year, with narration from President E. LaBrent…

Aboveboard  Enterprise 

August 18, 2021
Scott Sawyer '23 needed $60, a note from his middle school guidance counselor and an academic transcript to apply for a lobster permit for his first entrepreneurial endeavor. At just 8 years old, Sawyer, who spent summers in Plymouth, Mass., would help his…

Fantastic Fall

August 17, 2021
The 2020-’21 school year was unlike any before, and athletics were no different. If sports were played at all, Bentley games happened in empty arenas with no fans or family there to witness. 
      Coach Joey Pacis (in light blue shirt)…

Hands-On, Minds-On 

August 16, 2021
The mere mention of bootcamp conjures up visions of rigorous training that comes with a big payoff. Michael Watkins '22 had a similar thing in mind (minus the intense physical workouts) when he created the Bentley Consulting Group Bootcamp. Launched in January…