The new book by Bentley faculty advocating for the integration of business and the arts & sciences, Shaping the Future of Business Education, is featured. The book's editors, Dean Daniel Everett and Gordon M. Hardy, answer questions about the book's themes.
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.
Dean of Arts & Sciences Daniel Everett is interviewed about his experiences living among the Piraha tribe in Brazil. Everett's book, "Dont Sleep There Are Snakes," is also mentioned for his unique documentation of his studies.
Dean of Arts and Sciences Daniel Everett is highlighted for his a new book, "Language, the Cultural Tool," and TV documentary about his work studying the foundations of human language through the Piraha tribe in the Amazon.