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I-Team: State Police Cadaver Dogs Search For Source Of Mysterious Saugus Fly Infestation

WBZ-TV |

Associate Professor of Natural and Applied Sciences, Tony Kiszewski, is interviewed about an insect infection in a Saugus neighborhood.

Delta variant haunts Halloween plans

Los Angeles Times |

Although big Halloween events are being planned, Marketing Professor Susan Dobscha believes most Americans will not be comfortable joining large celebrations for years to come, if ever.

Historically Black Colleges Finally Get the Spotlight

New York Times |

President Brent Chrite offers insight and is quoted in this article which highlights that, despite the recent influx in donations, some HBCUs are still struggling to survive.

15 Ways to Find Money to Pay for an MBA

U.S. News & World Report |

Associate Director of Graduate Admission Gordon Berridge reminds prospective students that most schools, including Bentley, offer merit MBA scholarships.

Have women-led companies met their financial promises on social justice?

The 19th |

Executive Director of the Center for Women and Business, Trish Foster, is quoted extensively in this story about how companies are following through on their commitment to racial equity.

Want to Start a DEI Major? Read This First

The Chronicle of Higher Education |

Bentley’s new DEI major is featured with Senior Lecturer of Law and Taxation Kiana Pierre-Louis and Sociology Professor Gary David offering advice to other universities considering this kind of major. 

Globe Foundation / Richard J. Phelps Scholar-Athletes and athletes of the year honored for 2020-21

Boston Globe |

Athletics Director Vaughn Williams was the keynote speaker at an event honoring high school athletes and offered them advice on navigating their college experience.

Active allyship the key to better diversity and inclusion

DiversityQ |

Executive Director of the Center for Women and Business Trish Foster offers advice on how companies can create a culture that supports successful allyship.

Bentley will offer a major in ‘diversity, equity, and inclusion.’ Here’s why.

Boston.com |

Senior Lecturer of Law and Taxation Kiana Pierre-Louis and Sociology Professor Gary David explain how Bentley's new DEI major will prepare students for increasing opportunities in diversity and inclusion roles.

Bentley University launches new diversity, equity and inclusion major

Boston Business Journal |

Bentley’s new DEI major is highlighted as “offering students the foundation for what is projected to be in-demand careers as a chief diversity officer, inclusion specialist or similar roles”.