A skater since age 4, Jenna Longo ’13 is member of the Lexington, Mass.-based Haydenettes. In March, the Accountancy major and her teammates glided to victory at the 2011 U.S. Figure Skating Championships, clinching a record 19th national title in synchronized skating. Then it was onto Finland for the World Championships, where the team earned a bronze medal. Synchro (in the parlance of the rink) is the fastest growing division of competitive skating.
Roy “Chip” Wiggins has never been one to sit still. A penchant for collaboration has propelled the Bentley professor of finance across borders both geographic and intellectual. His latest move follows suit, as he crosses into Academic Affairs as dean of business and the McCallum Graduate School.
The crown jewel of graduate business degrees is getting a dramatic reset at Bentley. A new MBA program represents a radically different approach to management education, which has lately come under fire for not developing the skills most in demand by organizations and society. Bentley is among the first in the nation to answer the critique.
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