Counseling Center Director, Peter Forkner, is interviewed about how colleges and universities are teaching students it's ok to have setbacks and helping them deal with failure in productive ways.
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Bentley is featured for its efforts to show students the value of failure. Sheila Atiemo ’20 shares her struggle when an accounting class doesn't go as planned. Director of the Counseling Center, Peter Forkner, talks about why there’s no shame in failure.
In this letter to the editor, Associate Professor of Sociology Miriam Boeri asserts that grade inflation can indicate a professor is working harder to make sure every student understands the material.
Jeffrey Moriarty, chair of the Philosophy department, explains how people overestimate the power leaders have in the business world.
Research conducted by the Center for Integration of Science and Industry at suggests that when business is mentioned in the biology textbooks of undergraduate college students, the context is often negative.
The Center for Women and Business is recognized for their newest curated research report which reveals that women continue to get left behind in the workplace, from entry level positions to early management opportunities.
Curated research from the Center for Women and Business details the reasons why women are disappearing from the career pipeline.
Business Law Professor Liz Brown offers advice on how to best protect young loved ones from hackers using toys with technological capabilities.
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.