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Students, staff and faculty created a "Tree of Life" -- 331 messages of hope, love and support -- and sent it to a synagogue in Pittsburgh after an attack there left 11 people dead.
A new survey from the Center For Marketing Technology reveals why going paperless could be bad for tourism.
A partnership between Bentley University and Loomis Sayles aims to diversify the talent pool for investment managers.
In this letter to the editor, Associate Professor of Sociology Miriam Boeri asserts that grade inflation can indicate a professor is working harder to make sure every student understands the material.
President Davis-Blake's message to the community after the death of Michael Hoffman, founder of Bentley's W. Michael Hoffman Center for Business Ethics.
When NFL legend Drew Bledsoe retired from football to open his own winery, he took a lot of lessons from the field to the vineyard, such as the importance of keeping a great team around him and knowing when he should ask for more help.
But the biggest surprise? Game-time decisions that don’t have an immediate result. As he told members of the Bentley Executive Club, a group of Boston-area alumni and parents, “A lot of the decisions we make, we won’t know how they will work out for a decade.”
Bentley interns learn social media skills that translate directly to today's workplace.
The inauguration of Bentley’s eighth president featured a week of activities for the campus community. Staff members discussed skills for building positive organizations, and students explored strategies for finding importance and meaning in work. A symposium engaged faculty from Bentley, Harvard, MIT and Stanford to share research and insights on the future of work. The final flourish was the installation ceremony, held in the Bentley Arena. Here are highlights from this special week in our history.
Maureen Forrester has joined Bentley as vice president and chief financial officer/treasurer. Her deep experience in financial leadership crosses higher education and the corporate sector.
Most recently, she spent nine years as university controller at Harvard. That followed 11 years at Staples, holding senior management roles that included vice president of finance for the U.S. retail business unit. Forrester began her career at professional services firm EY, where she rose to senior auditor; she also spent several years as a commercial bank lender.