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by Joanna Howarth December 19, 2017

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.

TOPICS: News, Graduate, MBA
by George Grattan December 19, 2017

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.

by Helen Henrichs December 8, 2017

Moody's Investors Service has upgraded Bentley University's bond rating from A3 to A2, a sign of the university’s excellent financial position.

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by Meredith Mason  December 7, 2017

Bentley University’s student-athletes have the highest graduation rate in the country at 98 percent along with two other institutions, according to the latest NCAA Division II graduation report.

TOPICS: News, Athletics
by Joanna Howarth December 5, 2017

President Gloria Larson, along with guest experts, joined Bloomberg Radio to talk about how business schools are staying relevant to answer market demand, what kind of graduate school experience students should look for to get ahead, and what hiring managers really look for when they see a graduate degree on a resume. 

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by Helen Henrichs December 1, 2017

Bentley University played a key role in the New England Board of Higher Education summit, “Employability: A National Imperative”, at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. The event highlighted Bentley’s leading role in connecting universities and employers to better prepare the workforce of the future.

by Kristen Walsh November 29, 2017

Are colleges effectively preparing graduates with the skills they need for their careers? Employers and educators recently came together at Bentley University to discuss the future of jobs and how they can partner to make sure graduates are ready for the changing market.

by Joanna Howarth November 20, 2017

Though new technology appeals to some, the majority of Americans still prefer the familiar. Why the resistance? Calestous Juma, PhD, professor at the Harvard Kennedy School and author of Innovation and Its Enemies: Why People Resist New Technologies aimed to answer this when he spoke to business students at Bentley University.

by Helen Henrichs November 13, 2017

Bentley University Director of Undergraduate Career Education & Outcomes Alyssa Hammond shares her top tips for making the best impression during an job interview.

November 8, 2017

On Nov. 9, Bentley University will partner with The Chronicle of Higher Education and Strada Education Network to host “The Future of Work: The Path from College to Career,” an event exploring how universities and employers can work together to prepare the workforce of the future.

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