We are very of proud the many Bentley graduates who make an ongoing and significant contribution to the larger profession. We would like to recognize and thank those who contributed in a major way to the success of the Boston UXPA Conference and the recent UXPA Conference in London. Read full article.
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"Thinking about Thinking," a two week course incorporated into the Bentley MBA program, makes room for better questions and appreciation of ambiguity in a solution-oriented space. The Wall Street Journal article quotes Dr. Duncan Spelman, co-instructor and Management Department Chair along with faculty from B-schools around the world who are bringing Philosophy into the MBA classroom.
This unique twist on our Executive MBA provides a fully accredited MBA experience exclusively for dental professionals seeking management, leadership and critical business skills. The 22 month program is designed to fit around your practice and includes a one week study abroad class with the cohort. Now taking applications for 2015. Learn more about the Executive MBA for Dentists.
During the weekend of March 7-9, 2014, Bentley University HFID graduate students Deborah Spector, Heather Bauer and Neha Raghuvanshi, along with Autodesk Senior User Experience Designer Jessamyn Miller, held the Boston Service Jam, joining Global Service Jam events held in 49 countries around the world where teams conceive of and prototype new services based on a common theme in 48 hours. Learn more about the event and check out the teams' final projects.
Shawnette Adams, a Bentley University Human Factors in Information Design (HFID) M.S. candidate, received a Black Engineer of the Year - Modern Day Technology Leader Award in Washington, DC on February 7, 2014. This award was sponsored by the BEYA STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Global Competitiveness Conference, in which Shawnette was 1 of 15 awardees from the Northrop Grumman Corporation.
Industry thought leaders at Smashing Magazine take some time to chat with Bentley's MSHFID Program Director & Professor. Find out what Bill's favorite tool is and "Why Information Design?" in the full interview.