Author of the digital marketing blog Useful Arts, Dave Wieneke, shares how impressed he is with Bentley and its students after being a guest speaker in one of Professor Mari Anne Snow's marketing classes.
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Economics Professor Dave Gulley is featured on the Fox25 News at Ten, reminding viewers to keep their expectations in check ahead of the record Mega Millions jackpot drawing.
In this Letter to the Editor, Professor of Natural and Applied Science Dr. Helen Meldrum responds to a previously printed article addressing mandated fake courtesy among hospital staff.
Popular blog Boing Boing interviews Dean of Arts and Sciences Dan Everett about his new book, Language: The Cultural Tool, and related documentary A Grammar of Happiness, both of which analyze human language construction by taking a close look at how the Piraha tribe in the Brazilian Amazon communicates.
Dean of Arts & Science Dan Everett is highlighted for his new book Language: The Cultural Tool, which explores his theory that language isn't innate, but a tool developed by humans to solve problems.
Dean of Arts and Sciences Dan Everett makes waves in the linguistics field thanks to his new book Language: The Cultural Tool.
The controversial research by Dean of Arts & Sciences Dan Everett, which prompted his new book Language: The Cultural Tool, is examined.
WBUR highlights Bentley Women’s Basketball team for making it to the NCAA Division II Elite Eight (now heading to the Final Four!) in San Antonio, Texas.
Dean of Arts and Sciences Dan Everett is highlighted for his new book Language: The Cultural Tool, which explores the rules of human language and the relationship between culture, thinking, and happiness through the study of one Amazonian tribe called the Piraha.
On the heels of Bentley Dean of Arts and Sciences Dan Everett's book, Language: The Cultural Tool, the Spectator Book Blog investigates the different theories of Noam Chomsky and Dan Everett, both renowned linguists with opposing viewpoints.