Economics Professor Dhaval Dave highlights the importance of prescription drug advertising after weighing the effects of direct-to-consumer marketing techniques.
Professor of Computer Information Systems Mark Frydenberg speaks to KCBS San Francisco about implementing the flipped classroom, a non-traditional teaching method that seeks to get students more involved.
Director of the Center for Business Ethics Robert McNulty reaches out with Pax Populi, a peace initiative for Afghanistan, to help fundraise and support the undergraduate education of an Afghan student in the United States.
A packed room full of students, staff and faculty recently came together to hear from Bentley’s newest partner in learning, Kweku Anno. As a Ghanaian engineer, inventor, social entrepreneur, and global health and sustainability champion, Anno discussed his efforts to improve public health through his company, BioFil.
Computer Information Systems Professor Mark E. Frydenberg offers insight on innovative teaching method of "flipping", growing exponentially in schools across the country.
The National Biomedical Research Foundation has awarded a $1.3M grant to Bentley University to establish a Center for Integration of Science and Industry, under the direction of Dr. Fred Ledley, Professor of Natural & Applied Sciences and Management.
With higher education institutions facing tough questions about the value of their offerings, Bentley’s 2012 graduates report encouraging news: 98% of the responding class is employed or attending graduate school.
Bentley advanced to the top 16 out of 80 teams competing in the American Collegiate Moot Court Association National Tournament at Regent University Law School in Virginia in January.
Bentley University's Center for Women and Business is mentioned for their "Taking Charge" program, created to strengthen women in management by developing professional presence and leadership skills necessary for success.