Christopher Joyce has been named associate vice president for strategic communications and chief of staff to the president.
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A conversation with Alison Davis-Blake and Mary Sue Coleman
Maureen Forrester has joined Bentley as vice president and chief financial officer/treasurer. Her deep experience in financial leadership crosses higher education and the corporate sector.
The energy and optimism that Inauguration Week inspired have only grown stronger in the weeks since. It was a remarkable time for the institution, for our many supporters, and for me personally.
The Nobel Prize-winning Biogen co-founder and MIT Professor Phillip Sharp discussed the role of business in scientific innovation as part of Bentley's Innovator's Business Speaker Series.
President Alison Davis-Blake powerfully pens her enthusiastic commitment to the mission of learning and diversity at Bentley University and shares the “three guiding principles” she will utilize in leading the institution.
In an Election Day message, President Alison Davis-Blake urges the community to create an atmosphere that welcomes cultural and political differences with open arms.
Alison Davis-Blake, the former business school dean at the Universities of Michigan and Minnesota, was inaugurated as the eighth president of Bentley University in a ceremony attended by students, faculty, staff, alumni and other members of the extended Bentley community.
Mary Sue Coleman, president of the Association of American Universities, praised President Davis-Blake as “a new leader perfect for the opportunities that await Bentley.” Coleman gave the keynote address at President Davis-Blake's inauguration.
"Thrive. Focus. Integrity." President Davis-Blake highlights the university's guideposts for success in its second century.