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July 13, 2011
(Biz Ed Magazine)

Bentley University's Career Services Department is among top business schools highlighted for successfully helping students navigate their way to jobs in the post-recession hiring maze.

Source: Biz Ed Magazine Type: Media Coverage Permalink
July 12, 2011
(Boston Globe)

Senior Lecturer Steve Weisman discusses the growing popularity of websites and smart phone apps that make it easier for young people to save money.

Source: Boston Globe Type: Media Coverage Permalink
Tagged as: Steve Weisman
July 6, 2011
(Bostinnovation.com)

Bentley is highlighted for populating the Boston area with business potential, thanks to its top performing recent graduates in an article about how young entrepreneurs can finance their new ventures.

Source: Bostinnovation.com Type: Media Coverage Permalink
July 3, 2011
(Boston Herald)

Senior Lecturer of Marketing Ian Cross addresses the new ways businesses are utilizing group discount sites like Groupon.

Source: Boston Herald Type: Media Coverage Permalink
Tagged as: Ian Cross, coupon, marketing
July 1, 2011
(CEEMAN News)

Dean of Arts and Sciences Daniel Everett makes the case for important innovations in business education.

Source: CEEMAN News Type: Media Coverage Permalink
July 1, 2011
(Campus Technology)

Senior Lecturer of Computer Information Systems Mark Frydenberg is a featured panelist discussing the future of Learning Management Systems (LMS) like Blackboard and how it must evolve to better serve modern higher education.

Source: Campus Technology Type: Media Coverage Permalink
June 29, 2011
(WFXT-TV)

Bentley Alum Phil Mastroianni '05 is featured for turning his Limoncello-making hobby into a successful new business venture called Fabrizia Limoncello. To view the video clip, click here.

Source: WFXT-TV Type: Media Coverage Permalink
June 29, 2011
(Bostinnovation.com)

Insight from Assistant Professor of Global Studies Jeff Gulati is highlighted in an article addressing a study about how social media affects female politicians.

Source: Bostinnovation.com Type: Media Coverage Permalink
June 29, 2011
(WNYC)

Professor of Sociology Dan Everett is highlighted in a segment discussing statistics and psychology behind suicide on Freakonomics Radio.

Source: WNYC Type: Media Coverage Permalink
June 28, 2011
(Boston.com)

Marketing Professor Raj Sisodia offers insight on the increased incidents of drug companies expanding their marketing strategies to target consumers who might not even need the product.

Source: Boston.com Type: Media Coverage Permalink

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