Professor of History and expert on social movements Cyrus Veeser discusses why the Occupy Movement was insignificant to the 2012 election.
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As we anxiously await the results of this year's presidential election, Professor Jeff Gulati joins NECN to share his opinion on myths, statistics, and related outcomes.
Professor of Economics Scott Sumner is highlighted for his blog, The Money Illusion where he advocates for targeting nominal GDP, a theory that is gaining popularity among economists across the country and possibly Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke.
Bentley University is highlighted for its selection to a team of global researchers as an extention of the Global Compact Initiative by the United Nations. The university has been recognized as a leader for its dedication to social responsibility efforts.
Economists from numerous institutions, including Bentley Senior Lecturer Bryan Snyder, voice their opinion on employment.
Associate Professor of Political Science Jeff Gulati shares his insight for the upcoming presidential election and his analysis of the potential impacts and outcomes for each candidate.
Bentley University has named Kenneth B. Cody to the newly created position of Vice President for Administration and Finance. Cody comes to Bentley with more than 25 years of experience as a finance and administrative professional in higher education, with a history of significant accomplishments, most recently as vice chancellor and treasurer/CFO for the University System of New Hampshire (USNH).
A Connecticut high school student shares her experience attending Bentley's Wall Street 101 summer camp which introduces students to the world of finance.
For the second year in a row, members of the Bentley community participated in TEDx New England, an off-shoot of the national TED conference centered around “Ideas Worth Spreading”.