Bentley University receives two accolades for its sustainability practices: inclusion in The Princeton Review’s list of top environmentally responsible colleges, and winning the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s 2014-2015 College & University Green Power Challenge for using more green power than any other school in the Northeast-10 Conference.
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Farm to table. It’s a global movement promoting locally sourced food — and for one Bentley alum father-daughter team, it’s their bread and butter.
At Unity Food Hub, a full plate for Matt Tremblay ’03
People seeking a top-notch night out are buzzing about BeeLine, an app from a Bentley alum that’s like having a private concierge at your fingertips.
Nomble Coleman, a Bentley graduate from the class of 2011, participated in an essay contest and won enrollment in the China Europe International Business School's (CEIBS’) five-day pre-MBA boot camp.
According to a survey commissioned by Bentley, millennials would rather start their own business rather than climb the corporate ladder. This article highlights millennials who have become millionaires thanks to their startups.
Despite advances thanks to Obamacare, the millennial generation is leading a charge toward even lower health-care costs.
Steve Weisman, senior lecturer of law, taxation, and financial planning, appears on WBZ-TV to speak about the dangers of income tax identity theft.
Michael Tesler, marketing professor at Bentley, discusses the importance of consumer appeal in regards to the recent renovation of the Chestnut Hill Mall.
Anthony Buono, professor Management and Sociology at Bentley, co-authors this piece discussing how business schools should develop sustainability goals and teach their students how to act ethically in the business world.