Bentley University will name its Center for Women and Business after the university’s 7th president, Gloria Cordes Larson, as a tribute to Larson’s legacy of empowering women to lead and elevating the national conversation on gender equality and diversity in the workplace.
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TOPIC: Women and Business
Bentley President Gloria Larson, along with guest experts, joined Bloomberg Radio’s Carol Massar and Cory Johnson, to talk about what higher education and industry can do together, to help advance women in the workplace.
Wicked Local shares photos from Bentley's Dresses to Dreams event focused on inspiring and empowering local high school students.
Dresses to Dreams, a student-run program sponsored by the Center for Women in Business, is about more than looking good - it's about empowering young women.
Center for Women and Business Executive Director Deb Pine offers insight on how to manage up and be happier at work.
Center for Women and Business Executive Director Deborah Pine and Program Director Trish Foster offer simple ways for men to support women and create a more inclusive the workplace.
Bentley is highlighted for being one of the first universities to participate in the "Check Your Blind Spots" tour, a traveling program aimed at making students more aware of their unconscious biases.
President Gloria Larson discusses the success of the Massachusetts Conference for Women.
Bentley’s Center for Women and Business is highlight for their research on what male allies can do to help women in the workplace.
A study conducted by Bentley's Center for Women and Business found millennials place a high importance on work-life balance in their jobs.