Bentley is a community of faculty, staff and students who are committed to learning. To maintain and nurture our community and to maximize the learning process, we embrace the Bentley Beliefs, which govern our conduct in classrooms, residence halls and places of work.
Bentley expects all members of the campus community, students, faculty and staff alike, to adhere to the highest ethical standards of conduct and integrity. Bentley seeks to instill a sense of business ethics in its students, and our faculty and staff lead the ethics initiative by example. Bentley faculty and staff members are required to appreciate the general scope and application of business ethics in an institute of higher learning, and to abide by Bentley’s Code of Ethics.
As noted in the Introduction to the Code, our Code of Ethics is supported by a College-wide Ethics Committee.
Judith Malone, Bentley's General Counsel, is currently serving as the University's Ethics Officer (781-891-2016).
Members of the 2011-2012 Ethics Committee:
Bridie Andrews, Assistant Professor of History
Stacey Bradbury, Director of Workplace Planning and Recruitment
Anthony F. Buono, Professor of Management and Sociology; Coordinator, Bentley Alliance for Ethics and Social Responsibility
W. Michael Hoffman, Hieken Professor of Business and & Professional Ethics; Executive Director, Center for Business Ethics
Gary Nolan, Assistant Director, Purchasing
Franklyn P. Salimbene, Senior Lecturer in Law
Geraldine Taylor, Associate Dean and Director, Health & Wellness