Bentley University and Gallup argue that a successful college outcome is much more complex than simply salary. It is not where you go to college, but how you go that matters in the long run.
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TOPIC: Future of Higher Ed
As college seniors begin to take stock of their skillset and prepare for their first job, how can they stand out among the crowd of qualified graduates?
Bentley has partnered with Gallup to understand the levels of well-being and workplace engagement of our alumni and students. The findings show our alumni fare better on both measures.
Dean Chip Wiggins offers his thoughts on why assembling a diverse advisory council is important for the entire university community.
Eight funded networks move to the next stage of trans-disciplinary research, engaging resources within and outside the university.
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.