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by Kristin Livingston December 6, 2018

The Health Thought Leadership Network (TLN) at Bentley has already engaged more than 50 faculty and staff from 22 departments and centers in applying multidisciplinary perspectives to relevant issues in health care.

by Mary K. Pratt December 3, 2018

Matthew Freitag’s family adopted a puppy while he was at college, a yellow Lab they named Bentley. Everyone agreed it was an appropriate fit: Matt ’16 (above) is one of five in his extended clan to attend the university.

by Michael Blanding December 3, 2018

Adrian Wong ’08 worked in finance but dreamed of finding an industry he could disrupt with new technology to improve a product. His search ended at the local burger joint.

by Kristin Livingston December 3, 2018

When Facebook acquires a company like Instagram or WhatsApp, the fit of technology seems natural. Not so in 2014, when the social media colossus bought Oculus VR and its virtual reality headset, the Oculus Rift.

by Molly McKinnon December 3, 2018

What do mustard and moisturizer have in common?

by Kristin Livingston December 3, 2018

A Sudanese refugee and a Puerto Rican executive prove that it's a small, small world.

by Lisa Rudgers December 3, 2018

How did you two meet?

Mary Sue Coleman, President, American Association of Universities: I first heard about Alison during the search for the dean of the University of Michigan’s Ross Business School.

December 3, 2018

The inauguration of Bentley’s eighth president featured a week of activities for the campus community.

by Helen Meldrum December 3, 2018

Ten years and a billion dollars. That’s what it takes, on average, to bring a new drug or medical device to the marketplace. What are the qualities people need to preserve through those metrics?

by Jaimie Fritz December 3, 2018

Most of Bentley’s first students were commuters and would bring or purchase their own meals.

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