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Boston, MA- December 7, 2000 -- Delphi Group, a leading provider of strategic advisory services for e-business, and Bentley College, integrating information technology and business education, have partnered to design and deliver an innovative executive education program specifically targeted at the unique issues surrounding success in e-business.
Waltham, Mass.- On Monday, December 4, Rachel Manley, author of Drumblair: Memories of a Jamaican Childhood (Governor General's Award-Winner for Non-Fiction in 1997), Slipstream and more will be reading at Bentley College. Manley, a former Bunting Fellow for Literature at Radcliffe College who now lives in Canada is the daughter of Michael Manley, three-time prime minister of Jamaica.
November 9 (Thursday) 5:00-6:15 p.m., Smith Center, Room 200 Bob Sprich, professor of English, will speak on "Cutting Through the Grass: A New Look at Frost's 'The Road Not Taken'"
WHAT: Bentley College Economics Department Sponsors Kane Lecture: "Mistaken Monopoly: Why Microsoft Will Ultimately Win" WHO: Richard B. McKenzie, Professor of Economics , Walter B. Gerken Professor of Enterprise & Society Graduate School of Management, University of California - Irvine
WALTHAM, Mass.- Bentley College in Waltham has dedicated its main auditorium in honor of Lincoln resident Arthur G. Koumantzelis, a 1949 graduate of the college. The dedication ceremony took place in August, with about 50 friends and family members in attendance.
Note to reporters and editors: Interviews with any and/or all of the authors/professors are available by contacting Kristin Zina, Bentley College Media Relations at 781-891-2277 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WALTHAM, Mass.- Amy W. Ray joined Bentley College as Trustee Professor in the Department of Accountancy. Candidates for the posts are sought within the college's traditional business or business-related programs, to foster the innovative integration of information technology in teaching and research.
Waltham, Mass.- Barnes & Noble, Inc. Chief Executive Office Leonard Riggio has established an undergraduate scholarship fund at Bentley College. The new scholarship, which will be known as the John Battaglino Leadership Award, honors Battaglino, trustee emeritus of Bentley College, community leader, and a longtime executive in the field of collegiate bookstores.