Bentley is highlighted for having "smart" classrooms that include a “kill switch” to disable wireless networks and reduce student distraction in class.
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Wall Street, social activism, and the economy were fodder for discussion as a panel of faculty members hosted “#OccupyWallStreet: What's it All About?” in the Adamian building on campus.
Associate Professor of Marketing Susan Dobscha was one of three keynote speakers for the third Massachusetts Green Career Conference on Sept. 30.
A team of Bentley University students, led by management Professor Mark Davis, is one of the winners of Price Chopper's annual college competition. The team proposed a new strategy for increasing checkout capacity during holidays and other periods.
Culnan will participate in the center’s activities and conduct research with other AU faculty members with common interests.
Economics Professor Scott Sumner's assertion concerning the benefits of Nominal GDP targeting is gaining momentum as an approach that must be considered by the Fed.
Economics Professor Scott Sumner's economic theory about central banks' inflation target is proposed to the Adam Smith Institute, a UK policy institute supporting free market economy.
Crawford's paper, "Stakeholder Salience Revisited: Enlightening, Balancing and Transcending," provides a model that explains how firms interact with their stakeholders, in particular investigating “who and what matters to a manager.”