Newsroom: Media Coverage
The Massachusetts Innovation & Technology Exchange (MITX) announced Bentley's site, hfid.bentley.edu, among the finalists of the 17th annual Interactive Awards competition, which recognizes achievement in web and mobile innovation and emerging marketing applications.
Director of Bentley's Media and Culture Program Liz LeDoux offers her expert insight on how and why videos go viral.
Bentley University is among the Massachusetts colleges highlighted for having the highest graduation rates in the country in a study conducted by the Chronicle of Higher Education.
Professor of Information and Process Management, Dr. M. Lynne Markus, is highlighted for her presentation during the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Technology and Trading Roundtable where she outlined four basic guidelines trade firms should follow to minimize or prevent glitches.
Dr. M. Lynne Markus, professor of Information and Process Management, kicked-off the second session of the Securities and Exchange Commission's Technology and Trading Roundtable with a presentation.
Computer Information Systems Professor Mark Frydenberg creates an interactive setting for his students with a new presentation tool called VoiceThread, a platform that re-imagines student presentations as a "conversation in the cloud".
Professors David Szymanski and Rick Oches are credited with starting an innovative cross-course module that incorporates natural sciences, economics, political science and accounting with real-world problems to create a curriculum that shows students the importance of scientific literacy in business and society.
Director of Programs at the Center for Business Ethics Robert McNulty speaks about the many peace-making efforts and progress made in Afghanistan in conjunction with World Peace Day on September 21, 2012, and Bentley students are highlighted for their efforts to advance Afghan pe