When Brenden Botelho ‘20 and Jonny Boains ‘18 took internships in the Mass. Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs, what was the biggest community problem to tackle? Adapting to climate change.
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Automation is on the rise at organizations of all kinds. What’s a human to do? Take advantage of these traits that no robot can replicate, says Bentley’s Susan Brennan, associate vice president for university career services.
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Alison Davis-Blake, PhD, a recognized national leader in business education, has been appointed the eighth president of Bentley University. She was on campus in early February for an introduction to faculty, students and staff.
Alumnus remains 'All In for Bentley'
Bentley President Gloria Cordes Larson is the first female to receive the Ellen M. Zane Award for Visionary Leadership for being an influencer of change in the Greater Boston area and beyond.
Bentley University will name its Center for Women and Business after the university’s 7th president, Gloria Cordes Larson, as a tribute to Larson’s legacy of empowering women to lead and elevating the national conversation on gender equality and diversity in the workplace.
Former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick will deliver the keynote address at Bentley University’s 99th undergraduate commencement ceremony this May. Patrick, who spoke at the inauguration of Bentley President Gloria Cordes Larson in 2008, will return to campus for what will be one of Larson’s final events at the university before she steps down in June.
News of Bentley's appointment of Alison Davis-Blake as its eighth president makes the daily list of five things for Bostonians to know.