Bentley and its media partner, Bloomberg Radio, broadcast the latest segment in an ongoing series during Bloomberg’s “Taking Stock” program on Thursday, April 30, 2015.
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TOPIC: Future of Higher Ed
President Gloria Larson is featured as one of the 50 most powerful people in Boston.
How can we better prepare millennials for work? We explored the key skills college grads are lacking, and potential solutions for filling those gaps.
Vice President for Enrollment Management Joann McKenna discusses how the stress of getting into the best college has taken the pursuit of passion from students’ lives and how higher education can make the difference.
You don’t have to choose between a business or liberal arts education. So why do so many of us think we do?
To stay relevant, higher education needs to give millennial students access to the principal digital tools used in the workplace today.
Groundbreaking scientific advances can create as many questions as they solve. In the Center for the Integration of Science and Industry, students learn how business can help address them.
We’ve always encouraged our children to follow their dreams. But the real challenge is to help them to find and follow their passions with pragmatism.
The greatest promise of Gen Z? That people across all demographics will have the opportunity to be involved in creating the future.
A Bentley partnership with Santander provides scholarship support for students to study abroad for eight weeks or more.