The free program, “Educated, Trained, Or Called? Moving from a Business Education to a Satisfying Profession,” will be held on Thursday, November 3, from 3:35 to 4:50 p.m. in LaCava 375AB.
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Today’s students rely on technology for both their academic and social lives, and though some see it as a barrier to concentration in the classroom, others, like Mark Frydenberg are embracing it as a key teaching strategy. It was this core strategy and belief that propelled Mark to rethink the former CIS (Computer Information Systems) Tutoring Lab, and transform it into the CIS Learning and Technology Sandbox, a state-of-the-art learning space that opened this fall in the Smith Academic Technology Center, room 234, adjacent to the Trading Room.
Liz Brown, adjunct assistant professor of law, taxation and financial planning, was named the first executive director of the Boston Forum of Golden Seeds, a network of angel investors (affluent individuals who invest capital for business start-ups) dedicated to funding early stage companies founded and/or led by women.
Dr. Evelyn Shakir, a Bentley University professor who died of breast cancer in 2010 and had a noted career as an Arab American writer, will be honored with an annual gift given in her name by the Arab American National Museum.
Professor of Economics Scott Sumner is credited for popularizing the concept of NGDP targeting which is now being widely embraced in the field of economic strategy.
Bentley professors available to offer commentary, analysis and insight on growing movement.
Goldman Sachs advises the Fed to target the level of GDP and acknowledges that Economics Professor Scott Sumner has long advocated this approach.