Jennifer Gillan, English and Media Studies professor, is highlighted for changing her focus from name-brand shows to network branding, which she will explore in her forthcoming book tentatively titled Television Brandcasting.
Bentley is highlighted as a university that is rewarding faculty for innovative teaching, such as Assistant Professor of Natural and Applied Sciences, David Szymanki, who has students use science to solve real world problems.
Christopher Beneke, associate professor of History, and Randall Stephens, reader in History at Northumbria University, explore their assertion that the Republican party and higher education are facing similar problems.
Susan Brennan, executive director of Career Services, discusses how Bentley stands out for its successful approach to career planning and how she plays a visible role in faculty advising in order to create a more supportive, career-focused environment across campus.
Dean of Arts & Sciences Dan Everett is interviewed about Bentley's innovative fusion of business with the arts and sciences. An example of the integration, Professor Carolyn Magid's 'Philosophy of Work' course, is also highlighted in the story.