Senior Lecturer of Computer Information Systems Mark Frydenberg offers his definition of what makes an individual a good digital citizen.
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Dean of Arts & Sciences Dan Everett is interviewed about his new book "Language: the Cultural Tool" and his thesis that language is not innate but rather a tool to solve a human problem.
The New York Times offers a lengthy review of Dean of Arts & Sciences Dan Everett's new book "Language: The Cultural Tool", which features his theory on the origins of language.
Senior Lecturer Steve Weisman comments on the dangers of identity theft and scams.
Dean of Arts & Sciences Dan Everett's latest book Language: The Cultural Tool is reviewed by Times Higher Education and selected as their book of the week.
The new 11-month Bentley MBA is featured in the 2013 U.S. News Best Grad Schools guide. Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Michael Page is quoted and introduces the unique, cohort-based program.
Author of the digital marketing blog Useful Arts, Dave Wieneke, shares how impressed he is with Bentley and its students after being a guest speaker in one of Professor Mari Anne Snow's marketing classes.
Economics Professor Dave Gulley is featured on the Fox25 News at Ten, reminding viewers to keep their expectations in check ahead of the record Mega Millions jackpot drawing.
In this Letter to the Editor, Professor of Natural and Applied Science Dr. Helen Meldrum responds to a previously printed article addressing mandated fake courtesy among hospital staff.
Bentley University’s Develop U community prevention and outreach initiative received national recognition with a Silver Excellence Award from NASPA–Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, the leading association for the advancement, health, and sustainability of the student affairs profession. Under the category “Student Health, Wellness, Counseling, and Related,” the award was announced at the NASPA annual conference in March.