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Faculty Resources

Information at Your Fingertips

Our Bentley faculty is a prized resource. To make your lives easier, we provide quick online access to information that pertains to you: the Faculty Manual, the Adjunct Handbook, the Faculty Phased Retirement program and the Faculty Parental Leave Policy.

Workday Recruiting User Guide for Faculty Positions

Workday Recruiting is a software solution that works seamlessly with the rest of Workday. It enables us to manage the entire recruiting lifecycle in one system, including workforce planning, sourcing, and advanced talent analytics. Click below to learn more! 

Workday Recruiting User Guide for Faculty Positions

Faculty Manual

Click here to access the Faculty Manual.

Adjunct Handbook

Click here to access the Adjunct Handbook.

Faculty Phased Retirement program

Interested in learning more? Review the Faculty Phased Retirement program to understand more. 

Faculty Parental Leave Policy

Bentley University supports full-time faculty who have a new child through birth, adoption, or foster care and who want to take time to bond with and care for their new child. Review the Faculty Parental Leave Policy to learn more.

Admin Go-To Guide

Bentley's Administrative Go-to Guide is intended to make doing business at Bentley easier by bringing together in one resource all the contacts, links, forms, and other tools used by administrative staff on a regular basis. We hope you find this Guide useful.

Gregory H. Adamian Award for Excellence in Teaching

The Gregory H. Adamian Award for Excellence in Teaching is a peer-nominated award for faculty who best demonstrate the following criteria:

-Challenge to the fullest degree students' intellectual abilities and stimulate them to original and creative thinking;

-Display exceptional interest in and concern for students and their work;

-Successfully integrate the elements of their disciplines with other branches of knowledge;

-Serve as a continuing source of inspiration and motivation to their colleagues, through the development of innovative approaches to instruction, or otherwise;

-Possess exceptional mastery of their disciplines and remain current in their chosen fields.

Click here to view the Past Recipients of the Adamian Award

While we hope you find these online resources helpful, please don't hesitate to contact your HR Business Partner with questions.

Additional Faculty Resources