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May 29, 2012
(Lynn Daily Item)

Robert McNulty, director of programs at the Center for Business Ethics, is highlighted for bringing together academic leaders from conflicting countries Pakistan and India. 

Source: Lynn Daily Item Type: Media Coverage Permalink
May 28, 2012
(Waltham News Tribune)

Bentley Commencement is the subject of a feature story, in particular Red Sox CEO Larry Lucchino's inspiring words encouraging graduates "not to let the overflow of information deaden their intuition."

Source: Waltham News Tribune Type: Media Coverage Permalink
May 26, 2012
(Los Angeles Times)

Los Angeles Times highlights a memorable line delivered by Red Sox CEO Larry Lucchino at Bentley Commencement.

Source: Los Angeles Times Type: Media Coverage Permalink
May 26, 2012
(Newburyport Daily News)

Director of Programs for the Center of Business and Ethics Robert McNulty is highlighted for bringing Indian and Pakistani professors together to discuss business and ethics as 'springboards' to peace for their nations.

Source: Newburyport Daily News Type: Media Coverage Permalink
May 26, 2012
(Boston Herald)

Director of Programs at the Center for Business Ethics Robert E. McNulty is highlighted for gathering academic leaders from enemy countries India and Pakistan to engage in a panel discussion about intercultural relations, teaching, and business at the annual Global Business Ethics Symposium.

Source: Boston Herald Type: Media Coverage Permalink
May 25, 2012
(Boston Business Journal)

Founding Director of Bentley's Center for Women and Business Betsy Myers shares insight on the importance of women reaching senior level positions.

Source: Boston Business Journal Type: Media Coverage Permalink
May 24, 2012

Betsy Myers, founding director of the Center for Women and Business, discusses her career journey, her thoughts on leadership, and the goals of the Center.

Source: Womenetics Type: Media Coverage Permalink
May 24, 2012

The Bentley Service-Learning Center announced three faculty grant awards: Joan Atlas, Skip Hachey and Liz LeDoux. The development grants are for $1,000 each for community-based projects. All three grant winners will offer faculty seminars on their projects during the course of the spring and fall semesters.

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May 23, 2012
(Wellesley Patch)

Celebrity chef Ming Tsai is highlighted for sharing inspiring words with graduates of the McCallum Graduate School of Business.

Source: Wellesley Patch Type: Media Coverage Permalink
May 21, 2012
(WCBS Radio)

An excerpt from Red Sox CEO Larry Lucchino's undergraduate commencement speech is included in a round-up of inspiring quotes from area commencements.

Source: WCBS Radio Type: Media Coverage Permalink