A conversation with Alison Davis-Blake and Mary Sue Coleman
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TOPIC: Future of Higher Ed
The inauguration of Bentley’s eighth president featured a week of activities for the campus community.
President Alison Davis-Blake powerfully pens her enthusiastic commitment to the mission of learning and diversity at Bentley University and shares the “three guiding principles” she will utilize in leading the institution.
Former University of Michigan President Mary Sue Coleman and Stanford University Management Expert Jeffrey Pfeffer will give addresses during the multi-day event.
Bentley's expansion of educational programs and hybrid learning in response to a changing workforce is an example of how schools can keep Boston as the nation's college capital.
Bentley President Gloria Larson, along with guest experts, joined Bloomberg Radio’s Carol Massar and Cory Johnson, to talk about why it is more important than ever for higher education and industry to work together, and how creative partnerships can help ensure students are successful after graduation.
Bentley's new hiring approach to address and eliminate biases in the hiring process is highlighted. Katie Lampley, director of diversity and inclusion, is featured in a deeper dive of unbiased faculty hiring in the Sidebar conversation, 'Decoding the Hiring Process'.
Drawing on lessons learned during her decade at Bentley, President Gloria Cordes Larson outlines the school’s success in preparing graduates for a rapidly evolving innovation economy.
President Gloria Larson discusses Bentley's hybrid learning model in a Q&A with EdSurge.