A real appetite for risk-taking. Dedication to a core set of values. Leaders who can articulate a vision and enlist others to the cause. The ability to adapt against changes in the world at large. These qualities have marked Bentley from day one and continue to pave the way for innovation.
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Bentley graduate students work with Boston Public Schools to "hack" school buses to include new entertainment technologies and safety features.
Thanks to a grant from the U.S. Department of Energy, Michael Walsh, a research fellow in Bentley's Center for Integration of Science and Industry, is developing a business commercialization plan to use industrially cultivated algae for production of energy, animal feed and even human food.
BostInno says Bentley’s Michael Liebman is one of the top undergraduate entrepreneurs to watch in the greater Boston area.
Fred Ledley, director of Bentley’s Center for Integration of Science and Industry, discusses how, with increased investment and strategic management, there is a shot of curing cancer.
Chip Wiggins, dean of business and the McCallum Graduate School of Business, discusses Bentley's unique MBA learning spaces.
The Bentley University User Experience Center identifies important qualities of user interface systems.
Bentley’s Center for Integration of Science and Industry (CISI), founded in 2013 with a $1.3M grant from the National Biomedical Research Foundation (NBRF), was awarded renewed funding: $2.3M through 2020.
Bentley alumni Krassi and Lucky Popov are featured for starting their own technology company during their time at Bentley.
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.