The fascinating life of Helen Suzman, the iconic South African leader who devoted her life to the fight against apartheid, is the focus of a graphic panel exhibition at the McGladery Art Gallery in the library at Bentley University, January 22 to February 22, 175 Forest Street in Waltham, Mass.
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Bentley University welcomes Neal A. Lester as the keynote speaker at the 27th annual celebration breakfast in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Lester, associate vice president of humanities & arts for the Office of Knowledge Enterprise Development and Foundation Professor of English at Arizona State University (ASU), is known for his teaching and scholarship in African American literary and cultural study.
Bob Galliers, University Distinguished Professor at Bentley, received the prestigious LEO Award for Lifetime Exceptional Achievement in Information Systems from the Association for Information Systems (AIS) at the 2012 International Conference on Information Systems in Orlando, Florida, December 17.
Bentley University has named Jonathan White, PhD its new Director of Service-Learning, replacing Edward Zlotkowski, one of the founders of Bentley’s Service-Learning Center who postponed his retirement to act as the center’s director for the past two years.
Bentley University announced four faculty members and a doctoral candidate as recipients of the Innovation in Teaching Award 2012: Mystica Alexander; George Fishman; Mark Frydenberg; Jay Thibodeau; and Denise Hanes.
Undergraduate students in a Corporate Immersion Marketing class taught by James Pouliopoulos spent their fall semester testing the usability and effectiveness of an iPad app implemented by Mazda North American Operations (MNAO) in their dealers to improve customer experience and close sales.
Bentley teams were seeded first and fifth out of 46 teams competing in the Eastern Regional Tournament of the American Collegiate Moot Court Association, a competition where student teams simulate arguments before the Supreme Court.
The Bentley team came in second place to Northwestern University during the ninth annual national finals of the College Fed Challenge, a competition for undergraduate students that challenges them to analyze economic and financial conditions and formulate a monetary policy recommendation.
Papa Sarr, Bentley’s Director of the Center for International Students and Scholars, recently spent two weeks in Germany studying the country’s culture and educational system as a recipient of a Fulbright award to the U.S. – Germany International Education Administrators Program.
Bentley University won the New England Competition of the College Fed Challenge, held at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, beating out 18 undergraduate universities from the First Federal Reserve District including three-time national champion Harvard University. Bentley advances to the National Competition to represent New England on November 27 in Washington, DC.