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2012 survey published by Bentley and The Boston Club reflected women holding 12.7 percent of all board positions among the state's 100 largest companies.
The Computer Information Systems Learning and Technology Sandbox is higlighted for transforming a traditional computer lab into a state-of-the-art facility that allows students to explore course, career, and extracurricular interests supported by today's social, mobile, and collaborative technologies.
The Bentley team came in second place to Northwestern University during the ninth annual national finals of the College Fed Challenge, a competition for undergraduate students that challenges them to analyze economic and financial conditions and formulate a monetary policy recommendation.
Bentley is highlighted for its team at the 2012 College Fed Challenge, where a team of students showcased their monetary policy smarts in front of some of the world's most powerful policymakers. Also picked up by CNBC.
The Federal Reserve announces the results of the 2012 College Fed Challenge - a national competition where undergraduate teams analyze economic and financial conditions to formulate monetary policy recommendations. This year, Bentley took home second place behind Northwestern.
The Wall Street Journal's Real Time Economics Blog explains the Federal Reserve's Annual Student Competition, of which Bentley was a competitor. (Not included in the article - Bentley took home second place behind only Northwestern.)
Senior Director of the Center for Women and Business Susan Adams chats with Radio Boston host Meghna Chakrabarti about how women relaunching their carreers can keep their skills relevant after time off.
Foreign Policy Magazine lists Economics Professor Scott Sumner as number 15, tied with Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, on their list of Top 100 Global Thinkers of 2012 .
Chair of the Department of Economics John D. Leeth reports on declining workplace injuries and fatalities due to improved health conditions in various markets.