The Gerald R. Ferrera Service Fellowship, established in honor of the popular and committed professor of Law at Bentley, is designed to encourage student internships at non-profit organizations. The program will provide a stipend for two fellows each year to pursue work at non-profit organizations, government agencies and NGOs in the United States and abroad. The first fellows will be selected in spring 2013 for service during the summer.
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This intensive one-day conference, “Gearing Up: Take the Lead,” includes a keynote address by Betsy Myers, founding director of the Center for Women and Business, leadership expert, and author of Take the Lead: Motivate, Inspire, and Bring Out The Best In Yourself and Everyone Around You. Attendees will participate in two (out of five) interactive, skill-building workshops offered by prominent management experts and consultants.
Economics Professor Dave Gulley interviews with Fox 25 about recentley released proposal for a casino site in Suffolk Downs. He shares his input on locals concerns, economic benefits and more. See it all here.
Dean of Arts and Sciences Dan Everett is highlighted amongst renowned cultural enthusiasts in a radio interview with BBC News. Listen by chapter to hear Everett's insight on language as a cultural tool.
Economics Professor Scott Sumner is highlighted for his expertise on taxation and GDP.
Director of Entrepreneurial Studies Fred Tuffile talks to BostInno about Bentley's strong Entrepreneurship Program. Bentley Alumni Scott Smigler is also highlighted for sharing his experience at Bentley as he built a business from his dorm room with the help of the General Business curriculum.
A group of Bentley University students teamed up with nonprofits Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI) and Consumers Union (CU) to survey consumer perceptions of energy codes, which are minimum requirements that builders must meet in order to ensure that homes comply with energy efficiency standards.
Debuting in January 2013, the program fulfills a strong market demand for graduate programming that prepares students and professionals for user experience research and design careers, fields that are currently rich with job opportunities, particularly in the Silicon Valley, San Jose, San Francisco, and the Bay area.
Bentley University seniors Carl Forziati, Emily Maher, and Aly Ostler, and junior Dylan Sumiskum finished first in the nation for the 2011/2012 iOme Challenge Money Smart Week video contest, which this year focused on how to improve the savings rate in the U.S