Giving Back through Governance
Trustee J. Paul Condrin III ’83, P ’19, ’22 succeeded Robert P. Badavas ’74 as chair of the Board of Trustees on July 1, 2019. Members elected Condrin in February, after Badavas announced his retirement after 14 years as a trustee. Condrin (at left in the…,
Graduate Thanks Father by Adding his Name to her Diploma
Khushbu Patel ’19 considers her father as much a part of her college success as she is. An immigrant from India and the sole provider for her family, he worked long hours building motors at a manufacturing company to save enough money to put Patel and her…
My First-Gen Story: Ralph ‘Buz’ McDonald ’80
My father worked for an oil company in Vermont, and I spent my summers working with him. I had always thought about a career in business. My uncle had a degree in electrical engineering and a long career at IBM. He became an early role model for me. I…
Networking Her Way to Wall Street
In middle school, Emily Niditch ’17 and her classmates competed in a stock market competition with contestants across Pennsylvania, including local government officials. The challenge was to manage a hypothetical $100,000 portfolio through a trading session.…
5 Questions With Lebone Moses ˊ02
Lebone Moses ’02 is passionate about empowering people and communities to create positive change, a mission that is powered by her personal experiences as an African-American woman and first-generation American. Born in Brooklyn, NY, Moses watched her parents…
A Tale of Two Cities
For Neha Singh ’15, her Bentley junior year spent studying in London led to a Fulbright scholarship in Paris.
Jess and Ted’s Excellent Adventure: Getting Started in the MBA Program
As each of us crossed the finish lines of our undergraduate educations, it was difficult to wrap our heads around going on for a fifth year MBA when so many of our friends were jumping into their careers.
Innovation in Paris: the Value of Diversity
Bentley's MBA class of 2017 spent eight weeks in Paris learning from faculty, top professionals, and students.