President-Elect Davis-Blake talks about growing up in an academic family and her belief in the power of education to change lives.
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Alison Davis-Blake, Ph.D., the former dean of the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business and the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management, has been appointed the eighth president of Bentley University, one of the top U.S. business schools in the country.
A recent published study from Bentley's Center for Integration of Science and Industry shows that the thirty year path from the initiation of research on oligonucleotides as therapeutics to the emergence of effective products followed predictable patterns of innovation, in which novel products are successfully developed only after the underlying basic research reaches a requisite level of maturity.
The Princeton Review has named Bentley #4 in the U.S. for connecting students with internships as part of its 2018 edition of “Colleges That Pay You Back: The 200 Schools That Give you the Best Bang for Your Tuition Buck.”
It’s a milestone reached by only six other college basketball coaches in history -- Bentley University’s Barbara Stevens won her 1,000th game as the women’s basketball team beat Adelphi University.
President Larson, along with guest experts, joined Bloomberg’s Carol Massar and Cory Johnson, to talk about how college and universities are preparing graduates to navigate diverse environments.
Bentley University’s online Master’s program was ranked among the best in the nation in the latest U.S. News & World Report ranking.
Tis the season for holiday parties and get togethers are a great networking opportunity. You never know who you will meet -- it might be someone who could be helpful to your career now or in the future. But you won’t know unless you work the room. Bentley University Director of Undergraduate Career Education & Outcomes Alyssa Hammond shared her tips for taking the stress out of holiday networking in a recent discussion on Facebook Live.
Bentley University has launched an accelerated online MBA program that allows students to earn their degree in as little as 18 months, one of the fastest MBA degrees in Greater Boston.
Associate Professor of Sociology Miriam Boeri’s new book, Hurt: Chronicles of the Drug War Generation (University of California Press), tells the stories of drug users from the “Baby Boomer” generation, whose teenage years and adulthood coincided with the punitive “War on Drugs.” Boeri shares their stories, including that of her own brother Harry, with an eye toward the influences of law, race, gender, and class on the lives of drug users.