On April 23, 2018, Massachusetts Congresswoman Katherine Clark and biotechnology industry leaders will visit Bentley for a conversation about the essential role of government in funding basic biomedical science and how companies use this science to create new medicines, jobs and successful companies.
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When Brenden Botelho ‘20 and Jonny Boains ‘18 chose Public Policy as their major at Bentley, a business university, neither had government experience but both wanted to use business to help communities solve problems. So when they took internships in the Massachusetts Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs, what was the biggest community problem at hand? Adapting to climate change.
Information Design and Corporate Communications Program Director Bill Gribbons paints a bigger picture of what the Facebook Cambridge Analyticas scandal means for the industry.
As a principal user experience designer at iRobot, Bentley graduate Adam Goss studies consumer needs and helps translate them into robot vacuums, mops and pool cleaners.
As the first transgender woman of color to star in a mainstream television series, actress, writer, producer and LGBTQ advocate Laverne Cox knows a thing or two about overcoming obstacles.
Research from Natural and Applied Sciences Professor Danielle Hartigan evaluates the connection between medical bills and bankruptcy.
Bentley hosted a hockey game in the new arena to raise money for One Mission, a charity helping families battle childhood cancer.
Leonid Trofimov, senior lecturer of Russian history, talks with CTV News about what another Putin term means for the future of Russia.
Law and Accounting Professor Tim Tierney discusses the tax benefits of investing in donor-advised funds.
Inside Higher Ed lists Bentley's 2018 commencement speakers among the many being announced at universities across the nation.