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Don't Let Imposter Syndrome Bring You Down

Psychology and Management Professor Aaron Nurick says owning your mistakes can lead to opportunities for personal growth and peer respect.

Colleges Can Lead On Climate Change

Bentley University's Multipurpose Arena is commended for its sustainability and LEED Platinum certification, which is the highest possible energy efficiency rating by the US Green Building Council. 

Amid Expansion, Steward Health Care System Reports Losses

Finance Professor Kristina Minnick explains why Steward Health Care System's financial losses and debt levels are concerning.

Vaping and a Culture that Substitutes One Risk for Another

Professor of Economics Dhaval Dave has been researching vaping usage and suggests that there may be economic reasons for the surge in vaping.

Climate Change Matters: How New England Is Being Impacted By Our Changing Climate

Global Studies Professor Robert DeLeo discusses how traditional voting patterns impact the environment during this one hour special program.

Millennial Management Troubles?

The Center For Women and Business reports that, in order to work at optimal levels, millenials want to work with coaches, not bosses.

Why Spain is Having Yet Another Election

Global Studies Department Chair Bonnie Field comments on expected turnout for Spain's latest election. 

2019’s Most Fun Cities in America

Senior Marketing Lecturer Ian Cross offers advice on having fun experiences while traveling on a budget. 

The Key to White Claw’s Surging Popularity: Marketing to a Post-Gender World

Marketing Professor Susan Dobscha comments on the alcohol industry's efforts to connect with millennials and Gen Z.

Top Colleges, Universities for Internships, Co-Ops

Bentley is recognized as a university with a stellar internship program in the 2020 U.S. News rankings.