Bentley senior Amanda Healy received a $2,000 scholarship from the Boston Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA). Healy will graduate in December with a bachelor's degree in marketing and a minor in information design and corporate communications.
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Twenty-three Bentley students took part in the Annual Minority Business Conference and Student Case Competition on October 17, with six serving on the top three winning teams. Bentley students teamed up with cohorts from UMass and Suffolk University for the competition, which was sponsored by the National Association of Black Accountants Boston Chapter and held at State Street Corporation in North Quincy, Mass.Bentley winning team members include:
A team of Bentley students took second place in the regional College Fed Challenge, a monetary policy debate competition sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. On November 16, Bentley competed against 20 teams from institutions including Boston College, Boston University, Bryant University, Dartmouth College, Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Middlebury College, University of Vermont, Tufts University, and Yale University.
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.
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.