Liz Brown, assistant professor of Law, Taxation, and Financial Planning, discusses the potential pitfalls of providing your health and workout information to fitness apps.
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Bentley students learn about direct mail marketing by designing campaigns for small businesses.
Bentley partners with the U.S. Postal Service to teach the next generation of marketers about the power of direct mail marketing.
Bentley was awarded a $300,000 federal grant to strengthen efforts to prevent sexual assault, domestic violence and stalking among students of color, LGBTQ and international students.
Steve Weisman, senior lecturer of Law, Taxation, and Financial Planning, warns against common Amazon scams.
Gleaming walls of glass stretch skyward. A contoured concrete façade animated with flecks of mica simulates skate blades on ice. More than 400 linear feet of LED lights reflect off the soaring roofline, beacons of blue as night falls.
After five decades at Bentley, his story is well-known — his mentorship, beloved.
Admitted during WWI, the first women to graduate were Mary Gallagher ’23, Josephine Mahoney ’22 and Frances Sargent ’22 (pictured top left).
Robert P. Badavas ’74 stepped into the role of trustee chair on July 1. The longtime vice chair of Bentley’s board has built an accomplished career in corporate management and venture capital.
Professor Liz Brown's latest research explores whether the Religious Freedom Restoration Act could provide a shield for businesses seeking to support undocumented immigrants.