Christopher Beneke, associate professor of History, and Randall Stephens, reader in History at Northumbria University, explore their assertion that the Republican party and higher education are facing similar problems.
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Moran will deliver the keynote address and receive an honorary doctor of commercial science degree at the ceremony on Saturday, May 18, 2013, at 3:00 p.m. on the south campus.
P. Thompson Davis, professor of natural & applied sciences, is featured for his published work "The Geology of New Hampshire's White Mountains". Davis, along with six other scientists, published the book that illustrates all aspects of the area's geologic history.
Laurence H. Meyer, co-founder of Macroeconomic Advisers, former Federal Reserve governor and former Fed Challenge judge, discusses the Fed's asset purchase-based monetary policy and receives questions from students, Erik Larsson and Tom Moore along with Professor of Economics Aaron Jackson.
Co-founders of the Life Is Good Company Bert and John Jacobs will be speaking at Bentley's commencement ceremony this year.
Economics Professor Scott Sumner is highlighted for his participation on the "market monetarism" panel held at the American Enterprise Institute.
Senior Web Developer Scott Lozier discusses Bentley's utilization of web content managment systems and how their configuration plays a significant role in increased web traffic.
Dean of Arts and Sciences Daniel Everett offers insight on Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and their potential impact on the future of place-based higher education.
In the 2013 “Best Undergraduate Business Schools” rankings by Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Bentley University ranks at #20 overall.