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April 18, 2019

In this newly created role, Brand will oversee Bentley’s award-winning Nathan R. Miller Center for Career Services, the Gloria Cordes Larson Center for Women and Business and Bentley’s executive education portfolio. 

TOPICS: News, Leadership
April 11, 2019

Cangiano brings a wealth of human resources leadership experience and a deep understanding of the Bentley community.

by Kristen Walsh April 9, 2019

Data compiled by Bentley’s Gloria Cordes Larson Center for Women and Business points to the importance of considering the multifaceted identities of employees and how companies can become more inclusive.

by Kristen Walsh April 8, 2019

A middle school competition sparked a passion for finance. Bentley helped Emily Niditch translate that into a Wall Street career. 

by Kristin Livingston April 5, 2019

Peterson Toscano shared his life story and observations with more than 150 students and staff in the Koumantzelis Auditorium.

TOPICS: Campus Life, News
by Kristen Walsh April 2, 2019

The second season will cover topics such as building your list of schools, standardized testing, applying as an athletic recruit, being wait-listed and the final decision.

TOPICS: Admissions, News
by Sean Kerrigan April 1, 2019

Emily Larson '20 studied in Florence, Italy, exploring foreign cultures and countries and learning a lot about herself, too. 

by Kristen Walsh March 25, 2019

Brandon Samba '20 overcame his family's financial struggles and now helps kids learn financial skills to break the cycle of poverty.

by Kristen Walsh March 22, 2019

Interim Provost Donna Maria Blancero is on a mission to show that successful people represent all types of identities, including race, gender, sexual orientation and ethnicity.

TOPICS: Leadership, News
by Helen Henrichs March 19, 2019

“Bentley’s mission is to educate ethical and socially responsible business leaders so we are thrilled that our graduates will hear from accomplished speakers who have demonstrated a commitment to diversity and to positive leadership,” said Bentley University President Alison Davis-Blake.