Bentley Police Sergeant Robert Lynn was recently inducted into the Kenpo International Hall of Fame in Las Vegas, with more than 900 attendees from around the world. Kenpo Karate is a style of martial art, of which Lynn is an 8th Degree Black Belt, professor title.
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The Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants, Inc., awarded scholarships to two Bentley students, presented at the MSCPA’s Annual Meeting and Recognition Reception. Alecia Coleman (Class of 2012) received the MSCPA Women in Accounting Scholarship; and graduate student Frederick Jao received the McGladrey Scholarship
Senior April Gammal received a $5,000 Accounting Scholarship Award from Grant Thornton LLP and the Boston Business Journal, presented at the CFO of the Year luncheon. Gammal is an Accountancy major with a Liberal Studies major in Health and Industry. Recognized for academic excellence, she was chosen from among nearly 70 nominees from local colleges.
Incoming freshman Emily Williams received a $1,000 scholarship from Dunkin’ Donuts. The award was presented by Dunkin’ Donuts Field Marketing Manager Todd Wallace at a ceremony held at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center in Providence, Rhode Island. The students were joined for the awards ceremony by Providence Mayor Angel Taveras.
For the third consecutive year, Senior Lecturer in Marketing Perry Lowe was appointed to judge the Microsoft Imagine Cup 2011. Finalist entries were judged at the 2011 Worldwide Finals in New York City during July. The finals included registrants from 73 countries and regions.
The assistant dean and director of graduate student and academic services is awarded for his contributions to an article furthering the collegiate housing profession.
Katherine Blake, executive director of marketing communication and director of web services, was ordained by the Chaplaincy Institute of Maine as an interfaith chaplain on June 5. Coursework included 500 class hours, 150 volunteer hours, 150 internship hours and monthly book reviews.
Pierre Berthon, Clifford F. Youse Chair of Marketing and Strategy, is co-editor of the May-June 2011 issue of Business Horizons. The special issue (Volume 54, Issue 3) focuses on social media, including an introduction that provides a brief overview of Web 2.0, social media and creative consumers and explores the challenges and opportunities presented to managers generally, and to marketers in particular.
Associate Professor of Law Marianne DelPo Kulow was selected as one of four Master Teacher Finalists by the Academy of Legal Studies in Business (ALSB), the international organization of professors who teach law in business schools. Kulow will present in August at the ALSB annual conference in New Orleans.
Tana Ruegamer, assistant director of the Center for International Students and Scholars, was awarded the Fulbright for International Education Administrators (IEA). She is one of eight people in the nation to receive the grant, which helps international education professionals and senior higher education officials from the United States create empowering connections with the societal, cultural and higher education systems of other countries.