Remy Cofield MBA '14 explains how his Bentley graduate degree prepared him for life as an NBA scout.
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President Alison Davis-Blake's message to the Bentley community after the tragedies in Pennsylvania and Kentucky.
Students travel to Cape Cod for a hands-on learning course to study the geological changes of the Cape’s eroding beaches.
Alison Davis-Blake, the former business school dean at the Universities of Michigan and Minnesota, was inaugurated as the eighth president of Bentley University in a ceremony attended by students, faculty, staff, alumni and other members of the extended Bentley community.
Mary Sue Coleman, president of the Association of American Universities, praised President Davis-Blake as “a new leader perfect for the opportunities that await Bentley.” Coleman gave the keynote address at President Davis-Blake's inauguration.
"Thrive. Focus. Integrity." President Davis-Blake highlights the university's guideposts for success in its second century.
An academic symposium on the future of work brought together faculty from Bentley, Stanford University, Harvard Business School and MIT and provided a lively discussion for students, faculty and staff in Bentley’s Koumantzelis Auditorium.
A symposium led by organizational experts Shawn and Ryan Quinn encouraged students to bring positivity to their social and workplace relationships, part of a week-long series of Inauguration Week activities.
Bentley University is the No. 4 college in the country for business majors in a new ranking by Money magazine.
The ceremonial planting of an American elm tree marked the second day of a week-long series of community events celebrating the inauguration of Alison Davis-Blake as the eighth president of Bentley.