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U.S. News & World Report February 12, 2019

Margaret Fitzgerald, Interim Director of the Center for Health and Wellness, explains the health insurance requirements for international students.

TOPICS: Media Coverage
Atlanta Journal Constitution February 8, 2019

In light of the government shutdown, Economics Professor Dave Gulley joins a discussion on incomes and the U.S. labor market.

TOPICS: Media Coverage
MarketWatch February 7, 2019

Carolina Figueroa, Vice President of Enrollment Management, discusses the decrease in international students applying to colleges in the United States and its possible causes. 

TOPICS: Media Coverage
AACSB International February 6, 2019

Patricia M. Flynn, Trustee Professor of Economics & Management, offers advice on how business schools can strengthen their Business Advisory Councils.

TOPICS: Media Coverage
February 5, 2019

Bentley recognizes its faculty, staff and students for their awards, honors and other achievements.

TOPICS: News, Recognition
by Helen Henrichs February 4, 2019

The ranking is based on student surveys that reveal Bentley students feel exceptionally supported by the university's career services team. 

TOPICS: News, Recognition
by Kristen Walsh February 4, 2019

Erin Iwamoto '20 led Bentley's team to a second place finish in a national event for students interested in sales, the Northeast Intercollegiate Sales Competition.

TOPICS: News, Recognition
by John McElhenny February 1, 2019

The new scholarship in honor of Earl Avery, a champion of diversity and inclusion, will be awarded annually to academically talented students of color who demonstrate financial need.

TOPICS: Alumni, Giving Back, News
by Kristin Livingston January 30, 2019

Bentley's 33rd annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration honored diversity pioneer Dr. Earl Avery, who is retiring after more than three decades at the university. 

The Chronicle of Higher Education January 29, 2019

https://faculty.bentley.edu/details.asp?uname=cbenekeHistory Professor Chris Beneke weighs in as more colleges and universities ask faculty interviewing for positions to explain how their experience can impact institutional efforts to improve diversity, equity, and inclusion. 

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