Jane Fedorowicz, Accounting and Information Systems professor, explains the pay off potential for workers with a highly sought after skill set.
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Bentley's Geraldine “Gerri” S. Taylor was one of three college health professionals from across the nation selected as ACHA Fellows by the American College Health Association (ACHA). She was noted for nearly three decades of leadership and commitment to the advancement in college health.
As the Class of 2014 enters the workforce, they’re looking for more than a paycheck and the corner office. Social and environmental responsibility tops their professional wish list, as graduates at hundreds of campuses across the globe sign the Graduation Pledge Alliance (GPA) to explore job opportunities with that in mind.
Marketing Professor Andy Aylesworth offers his input about Market Basket's lack of an official website.
President Gloria Larson joins Bloomberg Radio's Taking Stock program to discuss the bid to bring the 2024 Olympics to Boston and the role colleges and universities would play.
Bentley Professor Aaron Nurick's book, "The Good Enough Manager: The Making of a GEM," is referenced in a recent Forbes blog post about the characteristics of great managers.
Senior Marketing Lecturer and Director of the Center for Marketing Technology, Ian Cross, appears on Greater Boston to discuss the marketing fallout from Market Basket's employee protests.
KCBS Radio's MoneyWatch program reports on the encouraging job market for business majors and highlights the success of Bentley's class of 2014.
Accounting Professor Jake Rose appears on First Business News to discuss his recently published research exploring the negative impacts of close and personal relationships between Directors and CEOs.
Bentley's PreparedU study is highlighted, including the finding that "there was a clear disconnect between the skills that business leaders and millennials deemed important."