Jillian Offermann ’20 wants people to “get pumped” about Bentley, and in Bentley’s new multipurpose arena, she will help do that.
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Alison Davis-Blake, Ph.D., the former dean of the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business and the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management, has been appointed the eighth president of Bentley University, one of the top U.S. business schools in the country.
It’s a milestone reached by only six other college basketball coaches in history -- Bentley University’s Barbara Stevens won her 1,000th game as the women’s basketball team beat Adelphi University.
Bentley University was named the No. 12 school in the country for international students according to Forbes’ “50 Best U.S. Colleges For International Students 2017” ranking.
The search for Bentley's 8th president is well underway.
Bentley University was named the No. 2 undergraduate business school in the U.S. for the highest earnings of its graduates, according to a new report by PayScale, a company that analyzes salary and benefits.
Bentley's hometown of Waltham was named one of the safest college towns in America according to Safe Wise.
The Women’s Leadership Program, which launches at Bentley in September, unfolds over four years to prepare female students with the skills, strategies and confidence needed to succeed as business leaders.
Bathrooms are essential to the design of any building, and the LGBTQ rights movement has brought gender-specific bathrooms into the national spotlight. But even if you do not identify as LGBTQ, all-gender bathrooms might affect you, too. Here are a few reasons why.
The Spring Day concert had just ended when Christopher Mancuso ’20 spotted two celebrities on the Bentley campus and whipped out his iPhone. This is the story of how his photo became an Internet sensation.