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November 6, 2011
(Boston Globe)

Advertising agency,  Allen & Gerritsen, is among few companies looking to expand in the next year. In doing so, they teamed up with Bentley University  to gain new talent by putting students through a semester-long competition called "Tech Apprentice" where the winner obtains a coveted internship with the firm.

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November 4, 2011
(The Daily Beast)

Global Studies Department Chair Joni Seager authors a piece examining why women are disproportionately impacted when natural disasters strike.  

Source: The Daily Beast Type: Media Coverage Permalink
November 2, 2011
(Bostinnovation.com)

Management Professor Susan Adams and Computer Information System Department Chair Leslie Waguespack both offer perspective on tenure as academic freedom.

Source: Bostinnovation.com Type: Media Coverage Permalink
Tagged as: Faculty spotlight
November 2, 2011
(Campus Technology)

Campus Technology chatted with CIS Senior Lecturer Mark Frydenberg on the opening of the new CIS Sandbox, a state-of-the-art technology learning center, at Bentley. 

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October 31, 2011
(Financial Post)

Economics Professor Scott Sumner is regarded as one of the most influential monetary theorists on the hot topic of NGDP targeting.

Source: Financial Post Type: Media Coverage Permalink
October 31, 2011
(Boston Globe)

In response to a controversial op-ed, Bentley University Geology Professors, P. Thompson Davis, Rick Alan Oches, and David William Szymanski voice their concerns over future energy sources.

Source: Boston Globe Type: Media Coverage Permalink
October 29, 2011
(New York Times)

Former head of Obama's Council of Economic Advisers, Christina Romer, points to Economics Professor Scott Sumner's policy theory and logic on Nominal GDP targeting from his article on nationalaffairs.com.

Source: New York Times Type: Media Coverage Permalink
October 27, 2011
(The American Spectator)

The Federal Reserve considers strategy changes that originate from TheMoneyIllusion, a blog created by Scott Sumner, an Economics Professor at Bentley University.

Source: The American Spectator Type: Media Coverage Permalink
October 27, 2011
(Terrace Standard)

Marketing Professor Pierre Berthon is highlighted for his contribution as an author for a recent study that explores using tablets for business applications.

Source: Terrace Standard Type: Media Coverage Permalink
October 27, 2011
(Wall Street Journal)

Economics Professor Scott Sumner, and author of the popular blog TheMoneyIllusion, is highlighted for being an early advocate of NGDP targeting, an economic strategy that is now gaining support.

Source: Wall Street Journal Type: Media Coverage Permalink

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