President Gloria Larson discusses how Bentley best prepares students for an uncertain business world.
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A study co-authored by Associate Professor of Economics Dhaval M. Dave is highlighted concerning the increase of recreational exercise as employment decreases.
Senior Lecturer of Law, Tax and Financial Planning Steve Weisman discusses a prominent online scam and what the FTC is doing about it.
Susan Brennan, Managing Director of Bentley University’s Career Services, discusses the importance of internships and how they can be the key to career success.
Bentley University is highlighted for creating the Center for Women and Business, a center dedicated to the advancement of shared leadership among women and men throughout the business world and, in particular, the development and retention of women leaders at every stage of their lives.
CEEMAN, a global management education organization, announces the launch of the Bentley MBA, a dramatically new approach to management education. The highlighted 11-month program will focus on business as a complex social system of interactions using rigorous class work, field-based collaboration, and periodic evaluation to form a new academic setting.
Bentley University's Dr. Earl Avery will be presented with the 2011 Lifetime Achievement Award by the Boston Business Journal. The annual Leaders in Diversity Award Program recognizes companies and business people who become leaders in providing economic opportunities and promoting diversity.
Dean of Arts and Sciences Dan Everett authors an op-ed on the future of the humanities and how it can be strengthened by embracing affiliations with other disciplines.