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.
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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.
Bentley is among the schools highlighted for an increase in hiring among its undergraduate students.
Professor of Economics and well-known monetary blogger Scott Sumner, is highlighted by New York Times reporter David Leonhardt as a "big-name economist" and addresses how the Fed should aid the US economy.
Economics Professor Scott Sumner is highlighted for his opinion on where central bankers should focus monetary policy.
Management Professor and Founding Director of the Alliance for Ethics and Social Responsibility, Tony Buono is interviewed about the increased interest in ethical education aimed at guiding businesses how to act responsibly.
A study co-authored by Timothy B. Harbert Professor of Accountancy Jean Bedard and Assistant Professor of Accountancy Rani Hoitash is highlighted. Their research explores whether companies that pick their own CFO for a board seat are less likely to report internal control weaknesses.