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Management Professor and Senior Director of the Center for Women and Business, Susan Adams, is highlighted for offering her expertise during a recent event unveiling the results of a new study showing staggering differences among male and female corporate executives in Louisiana.
Bentley University is featured among top colleges with the highest rate of student internships. According to U.S. News about ninety percent of 2012 Bentley graduates completed internships, far exceeding the national average of thirty eight percent.
Director of Service Learning Jonathan White asserts the impact and importance of online petitions and activism.
Director of the Center for Marketing Technology Ian Cross has been selected as moderator at the Chief Digital Officer executive round table discussion on October 22. He will lead a discussion about new media, online marketing, and marketing technology hosted in Boston.
Professor Scott Sumner is highlighted for being mentioned on economist Lars Christensen's blog for his strong advocacy of Nominal GDP Targeting.
Neil Wollman, senior fellow for the Bentley Alliance for Ethics and Social Responsibility, authors an opinion piece about the current government status and offers new ways to make policy decisions.
BizTimes highlights research from the Center for Women and Business that states millennials care deeply about balancing work and family as well as making a difference in the world.
On Friday, October 11, President Gloria Larson joined Bloomberg's "econo-queen" Kathleen Hays to guest host "The Hays Advantage" show live from the Trading Room on campus. Business leaders and faculty members shared their expertise on the theme of women and leadership.
Executive Director of Career Services Susan Brennan and already-employed Senior Helia Azarakhsh talk to FOX25 Morning News reporter VB Goudie about Bentley's successful Career Services approach.