Robert McNulty, director of programs for the Center for Business Ethics at Bentley, discusses his recent visit to Afghanistan and shares his views on how ordinary Americans can help this nation struggling to emerge from more than three decades of war.
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The University of Illinois has invited English professor Gesa Kirsch to be a visiting scholar for spring semester 2010 to teach English and writing studies for the doctoral program. At Bentley, Professor Kirsch co-founded the Women's Leadership Institute, and was a research fellow at the Center for Business Ethics. Her research and teaching interests include feminism and composition, ethics, qualitative research, women's roles in higher education, and women's autobiographies.
Bentley junior Cameron Tomkins-Bergh is the recipient of the 2009 SCORE/SBA Scholarship Award in Entrepreneurship. A finance major, Tomkins-Bergh won the competition for the $1,000 scholarship based on his superior academic performance and his entrepreneurial interest and perspective. The competition is sponsored by the Bentley University Management Department under the leadership of management faculty Jeffrey Shuman, Hans Thamhain, and Fred Tuffile.
Bentley junior Cameron Tomkins-Bergh is the recipient of the 2009 SCORE/SBA Scholarship Award in Entrepreneurship, presented at luncheon on September 23. A finance major, Tomkins-Bergh won the competition for a $1,000 scholarship based on his superior academic performance and his entrepreneurial interest and perspective.
Bentley junior Cameron Tomkins-Bergh is the recipient of the 2009 SCORE/SBA Scholarship Award in Entrepreneurship, presented at luncheon on September 23.
Fall 2009 marks the kick-off of the Bentley Alumni Series in the Humanities (BASH), a program that brings Bentley alumni together with faculty and students to discuss topics of broad humanistic interest. Sponsored by the Jeanne and Dan Valente Center for Arts and Sciences, BASH sessions will open with a talk by a faculty member with special expertise on the evening's topic or a short film viewing, followed by an informal discussion and complimentary food and beverages.
Beginning September 8, the Vitale, Caturano & Company Art Gallery is featuring three large-scale photo collages of local filmmaker and artist Jonathan Sahula.
Bentley University senior Daniel Baruch was recently accepted to the 35th annual Business Today International Conference -- one of only 150 students worldwide. The program, Weathering the Storm: The Challenges and Opportunities of A Global Slowdown, will be held November 22 to 24 at the Grand Hyatt in New York City.
Bentley junior Andrew Aziz was awarded the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, sponsored by the United States Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. Aziz is majoring in finance and will participate in Bentley’s study abroad program at the American University in Cairo (Egypt) in fall 2009.