President Gloria Larson is among the top 10 female business leaders in Massachusetts according to a ranking by The Commonwealth Institute .
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The search for Bentley's 8th president is well underway.
Drawing on lessons learned during her decade at Bentley, President Gloria Cordes Larson outlines the school’s success in preparing graduates for a rapidly evolving innovation economy.
Market research from Bentley’s PreparedU Project finds 66 percent of millennials would like to start their own business.
Economics and Management Professor Patricia Flynn’s research helps to explain why CFOs remain in their positions for a long period of time.
When Bill Torrey first stepped on Bentley’s campus, the last thing on his mind was becoming a vice president for University Advancement — again. He had just completed more than 20 years in the same role at Bowdoin College in Maine.
President Gloria Larson joined Bloomberg Radio, along with guest experts, to talk about what colleges and universities are doing to prepare future ethical leaders.
Associate Vice President for Career Services Susan Brennan explains how Bentley’s career counselors work with faculty and others on campus to help students find meaning work after graduation.
Senior Director of Bentley's Center for Women and Business Trish Foster discusses the negative effects of unconscious bias in the workplace.
Director of Bentley’s Center for Women and Business Deb Pine comments on the release of Ivanka Trump’s new book.