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The moral failing of ‘effective altruism’

December 1, 2022

Assistant Professor of Mathematical Sciences Noah Giansiracusa co-authors an op-ed providing historical context on the "effective altruism" movement and the recent crypto collapse.


Women on corporate boards in Massachusetts breaks another record, according to new report

December 1, 2022

Trustee Professor of Economics & Management Pat Flynn and former executive advisor to the Center for Women and Business Toni Wolfman are highlighted for their decades of work tracking women on the boards of Massachusetts’s biggest public companies.


‘This one is different’: Tech companies brace for impact amid market plunge

May 31, 2022

Management Professor Linda Edelman offers insights on the impact of economic problems and the declining stock market on tech companies and jobs.


Bentley to accept cryptocurrency for tuition payments

May 17, 2022

Bentley's announcement to accept digital currency for tuition payments is highlighted.


Facebook could make its algorithms truly work for you

March 28, 2022

Assistant Professor of Mathematical Sciences Noah Giansiracusa authors an op-ed suggesting how Facebook could make its algorithms more useful for people using the platform. 


Bentley men’s basketball fends off St. Thomas Aquinas to reach NCAA Division 2 Elite Eight

March 21, 2022

The Bentley men’s basketball team is highlighted for advancing to the Elite Eight in the NCAA Division 2 East Regional final.


‘A watershed moment’: With public debuts of Toast and Ginkgo, Boston is remaking its startup scene

September 24, 2021

Management Professor Linda Edelman offers perspective on why it’s a great time for startsups to be raising money.


Globe Foundation / Richard J. Phelps Scholar-Athletes and athletes of the year honored for 2020-21

June 22, 2021

Athletics Director Vaughn Williams was the keynote speaker at an event honoring high school athletes and offered them advice on navigating their college experience.


Companies take on the challenge of increasing diversity, aiding Black-owned businesses

May 26, 2021

Bentley’s appointment of Brent Chrite as the university’s next president is highlighted.


Former Bentley coach Barbara Stevens inducted into basketball Hall of Fame

May 19, 2021

After a 34 year career at Bentley, women's basketball coach Barbara Stevens is honored with an induction into the Naismith Hall of Fame.

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