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WALTHAM, MASS. - International knowledge expert Debra M. Amidon will launch her newest book, "The Innovation SuperHighway," on Monday, November 11 at 7:00 p.m. in Bentley College's Wilder Pavilion. Amidon will give a reading, accompanied by improvisational piano music by Boston College professor and Copley Marriott resident pianist Silvard.
Eight members of Bentley College's Dance Team are headed to New Orleans next month to perform at the Nokia Sugar Bowl.
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WALTHAM, MA- Bentley College has promoted Phillip G. Knutel to Director of Education and Research Services. In this capacity he provides strategic direction regarding the use of technology in the curriculum and the research services available to faculty and students.
WALTHAM, Mass. - At the start of his lecture yesterday, Jack Brennan recalled how much times have changed in the past year. "The reality of the Enron situation is just a year old. CEO's weren't doing 'perp walks' on TV then," he said. "As [a CEO], I feel a little awkward standing up here and preaching to you about ethics."
WALTHAM, Mass. - John A. Seeger, professor of management at Bentley College, was recently named a Fellow by the North American Case Research Association (NACRA) at their annual conference in Banff, Alberta, Canada.