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Bentley Introduces Office of Gender and Sexuality Student Programs

January 16, 2020

A new Office of Gender and Sexuality Student Programs will focus on gender equity and LGBTQ+ programming to provide a welcoming and supportive environment for students around gender and sexuality.The new office will be part of the university’s Student Equity…

In the Land of Fire and Ice

January 13, 2020

Above: Students and professors stop for a photo while hiking the Falljökull glacier on Iceland's southeastern coast. While Wall Street may be the road on the minds of many Bentley students, Iceland’s Ring Road was the one 14 students visited to study…

Can Common Cholesterol Drugs Prevent Alzheimer's?

January 8, 2020

                      Professor Mingfei Li
On any given day, roughly 1,300 Americans develop Alzheimer’s, a degenerative brain disease characterized by memory loss, personality changes and dementia. With more than 5.8 million Americans…

Faculty Recognized for Research Excellence

January 3, 2020

Annual Awards Honor Outstanding Academic Contributions The annual Outstanding Scholarly Contribution awards recognize faculty members for significant academic achievements made in their fields within the past three…

Speaking in Harmony

January 2, 2020

Above: Mary Sullivan ˊ22 with one of the Afghan students she tutors over Skype. Photo by Kevin Maguire. An online English tutoring program by Bentley students for students living in Afghanistan is more than a language lesson; it is an effort to bring peace to…

Fred Ledley Awarded 2019 Mee Family Prize

December 17, 2019

Professor Fred Ledley Awarded the 2019 Mee Family Prize

Professor Ledley with wife Tamara and daughters Johanna (left) and Miriam ​​​​​​(​​​​​​right) in the Galapagos.
Above: Professor Ledley…

Designing a Dream

December 13, 2019

Above: Models wear outfits from the Jefe Clothing collection.

Jefe Clothing co-founders Joshua Elysee '21 (left) and Leonardo Paul '20 (right)
Longtime friends Leonardo Paul '20 and Joshua Elysee '21 attended the same charter school in…

Picture This: Study Abroad Experiences

December 12, 2019

Above: The view from on top of Table Mountain in Cape Town, South Africa. Photo by Hannah Denning ’22. “A good photograph is one that communicates a fact, touches the heart and leaves the viewer a changed person for having seen it,” according to acclaimed…

When Tech Meets Finance

December 10, 2019

Finance major Soham Basu ’21 (left) and his internship sponsor Bill Bennett ’06   When Bill Bennett ’06 was looking for an intern to join his sales operations team, he didn’t have to think twice about hiring Finance major Soham Basu ’21. “Even though it was…

Should Your Boss Be Monitoring Your Blood Pressure?

December 2, 2019

             Liz Brown
Workplace wellness programs are a booming business. Introduced in 1979 to encourage employees to adopt healthier habits — thus boosting productivity and lowering health-care costs — they now constitute an $8…