Professor of Economics Scott Sumner is highlighted for having one of the year's most influential economic blogs which maintains that restoring the nominal GDP versus real GDP is the key to getting the economy back on track.
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Ezra Klein of the Washington Post names Professor of Economics Scott Sumner the "Most Influential-Yet-Obscure Economic Blogger" of the year for his innovative ideas on economic reform.
Senior Lecturer of Management Michael Boyd offers perspective to the Boston Herald on a new sitcom that features out-of-work men dressing as women in order to work.
Forbes.com includes Bentley University in a recently published list of "Colleges That Will Make You Rich".
Founding Director of the Bentley University Center for Women and Business Betsy Myers' book Take the Lead is touted by the Washington Post as one of year's best books on leadership.
Nathan Carter, associate professor of mathematical sciences at Bentley University, is a winner of the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) Beckenbach Book Prize for Visual Group Theory (Mathematical Association of America, 2009). A $2,500 prize will be presented on January 5, 2012, at the 2012 Joint Mathematics Meetings in Boston.
The endowment to be established with the help of the NEH Challenge Grant will fund three programs directed by the Valente Center.
After much research and analysis Bentley honors students are highlighted for presenting Waltham City Officials with implementable recommendations on how they could improve the business climate on Main Street.
A senior honors capstone course led by Professor Charlie Hadlock spent a semester researching and analyzing Waltham's Main Street and is highlighted for presenting well-organized and implementable recommendations to the city.