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Where Massachusetts Colleges Placed in the 2021 U.S. News & World Report Rankings

Bentley is highlighted for being ranked No. 1 among Regional Universities North in the 2021 U.S. News & World Best Colleges rankings. 

Princeton, Williams Top 2021 Best Colleges Rankings

U.S. News & World Report ranks Bentley University No. 1 among regional universities in the North in its latest “2021 Best Colleges” report. Bentley was also named No. 4 for Most Innovative Schools.

Trump's 10.6 Million Jobs Stat Masks a Complex, Weak Unemployment Picture

Economics Professor Dave Gulley explains the different factors that he believes will continue to slow down the rebound of the job market.

Real Time Economics

New research by Economics Professor Dhaval Dave is featured in the "What Else We're Reading" section of the Wall Street Journal's Real Time Economics blog. The research reveals that the 10-day Sturgis motorcycle rally in South Dakota led to tens of thousands of COVID cases and an estimated $12.2 billion in health-care costs.

250,000 COVID-19 Infections From Sturgis? 'Made Up' Numbers, S.D. Governor Says

New research co-authored by Economics Professor Dhaval Dave reveals last month’s annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in South Dakota resulted in a surge of COVID-19 cases and could result in more than $12.2 billion in health costs.

Paycheck Protection Program Fraud Cases Are On the Rise

Professor Steve Weisman explains why the Paycheck Protection Program, designed to help small businesses continue to pay their workers and stay afloat during the pandemic, is vulnerable to be exploited by criminals.

The Biggest Threat to Mail-In Voting Isn’t Security—It’s Politics

Senior Lecturer Steve Weisman authors an op-ed asserting that mail-in voting works and there is no evidence to support allegations it's corrupt.

How to Break a Big Pharma Monopoly on a Covid-19 Vaccine

Research from the Center for Integration of Science and Industry examines the development process for drugs, using the timely case study of remdesivir. 

Bentley Hires BC Associate AD Vaughn Williams As Athletic Director

Bentley begins a new era for athletics with the announcement that Vaughn Williams has been hired as the university's new athletics driector.

What Scares Salem? October Without Halloween

Economics Professor Dave Gulley discusses the economic impact of a subdued Halloween this year due to the pandemic.