As part of its continued commitment to the community, the Bentley University Police Department, in conjunction with the Waltham Police Department, will hold the 10th annual holiday toy drive for local area families in need. The program runs through December 19.
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Bentley placed second in the regional 2011 College Fed Challenge, an annual monetary policy debate competition for undergraduate college students, held on November 9 and sponsored by the Federal Reserve System and select regional Federal Reserve districts.
On November 3, students in Ellen Miseo’s Consumer Chemistry course visited Analytical Answers, Inc. in Woburn, Mass. Analytical Answers is one of the largest independently owned microanalysis, surface characterization and failure analysis laboratories in the United States.
President Larson and student Sarah Benson 11' BS, MBA '12, joined an impressive cast of speakers and performers at the inaugural TEDx New England held at the WGBH studios.
The free program, “Educated, Trained, Or Called? Moving from a Business Education to a Satisfying Profession,” will be held on Thursday, November 3, from 3:35 to 4:50 p.m. in LaCava 375AB.
Liz Brown, adjunct assistant professor of law, taxation and financial planning, was named the first executive director of the Boston Forum of Golden Seeds, a network of angel investors (affluent individuals who invest capital for business start-ups) dedicated to funding early stage companies founded and/or led by women.
A team of Bentley students were awarded $1,500 and first place at the Travelers fourth annual Actuarial Case Competition.
Southern Illinois University (SIU) named the new Women’s Basketball locker room complex in honor of former coach Cindy Scott. Scott, who has served as Bentley assistant director of athletics for 14 years, was honored at a ribbon cutting on the SIU campus in October.
Associate Professor of Marketing Susan Dobscha delivered a keynote at the 3rd Massachusetts Green Career Conference held this fall in Marlborough, Mass.
Wall Street, social activism, and the economy were fodder for discussion as a panel of faculty members hosted “#OccupyWallStreet: What's it All About?” in the Adamian building on campus.