Global Studies Professor Joel Deichmann offers advice on traveling during the holiday season.
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Bentley kicked off a week-long celebration to mark the inauguration of President Alison Davis-Blake with a series of workshops for staff that focused on energizing co-workers and building a positive organization.
Bentley University will mark a new era with the inauguration of Dr. Alison Davis-Blake as the university’s eighth president during an installation ceremony on Friday, October 19, at 10:00 a.m. in The Bentley Arena.
Bentley has launched a podcast that offers advice to high school students and their parents who are navigating the college search and application process.
Management Professor Cynthia Clark co-authors this piece about her new research which shows that boards of directors are broadening their definition of diversity to include different perspectives and skills. This is leading to a slowdown in the rate of appointment of women and other minorities to board seats.
Research from the Center for Integration of Science and Industry is featured in this article about the price of cancer therapies.
Steve Weisman, senior lecturer of Law, Taxation, and Financial Planning at Bentley University, discusses how and why frequent flyers' accounts are so easy to hack into.
Research conducted by the Center for Women and Business offers statistical evidence to the flexibility that millennials in professional environments are gravitating to.
As the Boston Red Sox begin the playoffs this week, meet the Bentley graduate who helps the team get the most out of its data. Brian Shield '85 is the vice president of information technology for the Red Sox.
Associate Professor of Sociology, Miriam Boeri, shares her opinion and research on the impact of legalizing medical marijuana.