Emily Larson '20 studied in Florence, Italy, exploring foreign cultures and countries and learning a lot about herself, too.
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President Alison Davis-Blake is recognized for her leadership and work in ensuring that the arts and sciences are an integral part of business education.
Brandon Samba '20 overcame his family's financial struggles and now helps kids learn financial skills to break the cycle of poverty.
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.
The Center For Women & Business is highlighted as a resource to companies that want to increase the diversity of their workforce and engage men as allies.
“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 reveals audit partners’ gender, education, and social connections have an impact on the economic outcomes of an 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.
Janet Ehl, the Executive Director of University Career Services at Bentley University, explains how using reported salaries may help in getting a rough idea for a salary before factoring in your particular experience and skills.