Jeanne & Dan Valente Center for Arts and Sciences
Welcome to the Jeanne and Dan Valente Center for Arts and Sciences at Bentley. The center’s mission is to help make the arts and sciences a vital, integral and challenging aspect of undergraduate and graduate education at Bentley. The center promotes research and teaching in the disciplines and at the intersection of arts, sciences and business. The center, through its programs, promotes individual scholarship while encouraging cross-disciplinary discussion and research.
Thursday, 4/18/13: Working Seminar with Leonid Trofimov, History Department, "Mission Impossible? The First Postwar Soviet Propaganda Campaign, April-June 1946,"
Wednesday, 4/17/13 6:30pm, The Black Maria Film Festival with Festival Director John Columbus, April 17th, at 6:30pm in Wilder Pavilion
Thursday, 4/11/13 Faculty Seminar with James Phelan, "Why Does Rhetorical Narratology Matter?"
Wednesday, 4/10/13 Visiting Scholar James Phelan, "Beyond Story and Discourse: The Ethics and Rhetoric of Narrative Communication,"
Wednesday, 4/10/13 Panel and Discussion, "The Role of the Arts in Management Education"
The international speakers who visit Bentley each year do more than bridge countries and cultures. They share direct knowledge of people and events that many of us have only read about, while also serving to inspire.
Purposeful Platform - Select link to read of those who bridged, shared and inspired on campus this past fall. All were sponsored by the Valente Center for Arts and Sciences.
Lynn Arenella, Associate Professor of Natural and Applied Sciences
Jane Griffin, Assistant Professor of Modern Languages
Dominique Haughton, Professor of Mathematical Sciences
Leonid Trofimov, Lecturer of History
Bjorn Machalett, Spring 2013, Natural Sciences James Phelan, Spring 2013, English
Khedija Arfoui, Fall 2012, Modern Languages