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by Kristen Walsh February 22, 2019

New research by doctoral student Landi Morris and Professor Rani Hoitash examines the impact of the flu on the work of auditors -- and what that means for clients.

TOPICS: Research, News
by Kristen Walsh February 18, 2019

A group of computer information systems students designed a Bluetooth beacon system that provided a virtual "student-eye view" of life at Bentley for visiting students.

February 15, 2019

Professor of Global Studies Joni Seager's latest book, "The Women’s Atlas," provides comprehensive global data on the key issues facing women today.

by Helen Henrichs February 13, 2019

Ninety nine percent of Bentley University’s undergraduate Class of 2018 are employed, attending or planning to attend graduate school, according to statistics reported six months after their graduation. 

TOPICS: News, Career Trends
February 5, 2019

Bentley recognizes its faculty, staff and students for their awards, honors and other achievements.

TOPICS: News, Recognition
by Helen Henrichs February 4, 2019

The ranking is based on student surveys that reveal Bentley students feel exceptionally supported by the university's career services team. 

TOPICS: News, Recognition
by Kristen Walsh February 4, 2019

Erin Iwamoto '20 led Bentley's team to a second place finish in a national event for students interested in sales, the Northeast Intercollegiate Sales Competition.

TOPICS: News, Recognition
by John McElhenny February 1, 2019

The new scholarship in honor of Earl Avery, a champion of diversity and inclusion, will be awarded annually to academically talented students of color who demonstrate financial need.

TOPICS: Alumni, Giving Back, News
by Kristin Livingston January 30, 2019

Bentley's 33rd annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration honored diversity pioneer Dr. Earl Avery, who is retiring after more than three decades at the university. 

by Kristen Walsh January 28, 2019

Christian Rubio is the new director of the Honors Program at Bentley, which serves the university’s most academically advanced and intellectually curious students.

TOPICS: Leadership, News

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