Steve Weisman, senior lecturer of Law, Taxation, and Financial Planning, warns against common Amazon scams.
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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.
More than 1,000 first-year students arrived on the Bentley campus today for “Move-in Day,” carting and carrying belongings into dorm rooms, meeting new roommates and friends, and officially kicking off their college experience.
Marketing Professor Susan Dobscha discusses the dangers of company spokespeople wading into public policy.
Bentley University is ranked No. 3 on a Money magazine list of the “Most Transformative Colleges” that deliver the most value-add in helping students succeed after graduation.