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by Kristen Walsh July 23, 2018

New research from Marketing Professor Susan Dobscha highlights the risk of ‘Pay What You Want’.

TOPICS: News, Research
by Kristen Walsh July 16, 2018

Bentley graduate Sarah Benson uses her passion for sales to improve the experience for customers at Adobe, a multinational software company.

TOPICS: Career Advice, News
by Helen Henrichs June 19, 2018

New Ranking Places Bentley #1 for International Course Experience and #2 for Career Services

TOPICS: News, MS in Finance
by Kristen Walsh June 18, 2018

Kirstyn Pearl ’10 Leveraged her MBA and Grandfather's Recipe to Build a Chocolate Empire.

TOPICS: News, MBA
by Joanna Howarth June 13, 2018

As Bentley undergraduate business students Celia Cristofoli ‘18, Kerry Ryan ‘18, Karla Bustillo ‘18 and Julia Noyes ’18 embarked on their capstone project, they knew they wanted to give voice to students in their third year of medical school and hopefully improve the medical education system, too.

by Helen Henrichs June 11, 2018

New research partnership between Bentley University and Gravity Diagnostics will explore the genetic link to opioid abuse. 

by Joanna Howarth May 31, 2018

It may surprise some to hear about business students dissecting shellfish in a lab. In fact, it’s typical at Bentley, where business education is combined with the liberal arts.

by Sean Kerrigan May 23, 2018

Bentley graduate students offer their tax-preparation expertise to underprivileged residents as part of a program known as the Practicum in Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic that has helped more than 1,500 people.

by Kristen Walsh May 19, 2018

Former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick challenged graduates at Bentley University’s undergraduate commencement ceremony to be a voice for others and “seek purpose not prestige” at this time in history when “the world around us is in turmoil.” 

TOPICS: News
by Kristen Walsh May 18, 2018

If ever there was a good time for women—and men—to invest in women-led startups and launch their own, it’s now. With the #MeToo movement focusing the conversation on women and the workplace, society’s eyes are now on the power of women.

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