Interim Provost Donna Maria Blancero is on a mission to show that successful people represent all types of identities, including race, gender, sexual orientation and ethnicity.
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“Bentley’s mission is to educate ethical and socially responsible business leaders so we are thrilled that our graduates will hear from accomplished speakers who have demonstrated a commitment to diversity and to positive leadership,” said Bentley University President Alison Davis-Blake.
The university hosts a discussion among students, alumni, faculty and staff about the value of resiliency and how failure can be a springboard to success.
Accounting Professor Rani Hoitash co-authors an article that finds that audit partners’ gender, education, and social connections vary widely and are important to the economic outcomes of the audit.
Deb Pine, Executive Director of the Center for Women and Business, explains the importance of a personal board of directors and the most effective way to create it.
A message from President Alison Davis-Blake after an attack on two mosques in New Zealand left dozens of people dead.
An interview with Lebone Moses '02, who on July 1 will become the newest member of Bentley's board of trustees.
Dhaval Dave, professor of Economics, takes part in conducting a two-year study on how changes in minimum wage across states and over time have impacted a range of children’s health outcomes.
The Center for Women and Business is highlighted for its curated research which reveals women in entry-level positions are 21% less likely to be promoted than their male counterparts.
Bentley students hold their annual Dresses to Dreams event, which provides prom dresses to local high school students who might not otherwise be able to afford them.