Nobel Prize-winning molecular biologist Phillip Sharp knows that even the best science can’t stand alone. Bringing life-changing products to market also requires a keen sense of business.
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TOPIC: Academic Fusion
Valerie Boucher '20 used the business skills she learned at Bentley to land an internship at a Hollywood movie production company.
Research conducted by the Center for Integration of Science and Industry at suggests that when business is mentioned in the biology textbooks of undergraduate college students, the context is often negative.
The Nobel Prize-winning Biogen co-founder and MIT Professor Phillip Sharp discussed the role of business in scientific innovation as part of Bentley's Innovator's Business Speaker Series.
Students travel to Cape Cod for a hands-on learning course to study the geological changes of the Cape’s eroding beaches.
Bentley was also named No. 1 for Highest Freshman Retention Rate, No. 3 for Most Innovative Schools and No. 4 for Best Undergraduate Teaching among the regional universities in the “2019 Best Colleges” report.
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.
As Bentley undergraduate business students Celia Cristofoli ‘18, Kerry Ryan ‘18, Karla Bustillo ‘18 and Julia Noyes ’18 embarked on their capstone project, they knew they wanted to give voice to students in their third year of medical school and hopefully improve the medical education system, too.