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TOPIC: Future of Higher Ed
Bentley University President Gloria Larson’s innovative ideas on business education and advancing women in the workplace have contributed to her ranking among the most powerful people in Boston.
During the last six years, Bentley University has shown its commitment to hiring and maintaining a diverse faculty, and has been recognized as an industry leader in retirement policies, producing some encouraging faculty statistics.
What matters more – where you go to school or how you go to school? Bentley University president Gloria Larson’s response to this question may surprise you.
How can colleges adapt to the changing student needs of new generations like millennials and Gen Z? Bentley President Gloria Larson offers tips.
A Bentley travel fellowship is providing study abroad students with new opportunities for learning beyond the Bentley campus.
In this third video series installment, two college presidents discuss how diverse coursework, combined with internships, create job-ready grads.
Is today’s competitive environment making high school students pursue a polished resume and not their passion?
In this 25th anniversary video, explore what makes the Bentley Service-Learning Center's classroom to community model so special.