Bloomberg Businessweek: In response to Facebook investor Peter Thiel's foundation issuing fellowships to students who take time off from school to pursue entrepreneurial ventures, Bentley University Career Services Director Susan Brennan reminds readers that the majority of students still need the training and experience that college provides in
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U.S. News & World Report: Associate Director of Undergraduate Career Services and Adjunct Professor Alyssa Hammond is highlighted for her innovative use of social media as a teaching tool in 5 Unique Uses of Twitter in the Classroom.
The Sustainability Review: Bentley University undergraduate research on small businesses energy consumption possible government energy policy solutions, overseen by Assistant Professor of Natural Sciences David Szymanski, is published in Closing the Energy
Bentley University is highlighted for creating its Center for Women and Business, formed to advance shared leadership among women and men throughout the business world and, in particular, help organizations develop and retain women leaders.
Mail Tribune (Southern Oregon): Senior Lecturer of Lax, Taxation and Financial Planning Steve Weisman offers insight about the benefits of tying the knot in Marriage: It's a good deal financially. (May 22, 2011)
Bentley alumni Georgianna Melendez is highlighted for helping to spearhead an initiative to increase diversity in the workplace.
Washington Examiner: Professor of Economics Scott Sumner discusses the realities of inflation in An Inflation Nightmare? Time to Wake Up. Also picked up on TownHall.com, NewsOK (Oklahoma), Akron Beacon Journal (Ohio), and the National Center for Policy Analysis. May 11, 2011