Management Professor Rita B. Allen authors a piece on how organizations can effectively retain talent by using a 360-degree anonymous feedback process.
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Geology Professor David Szymanski discusses President Obama's climate action plan on Bloomberg Radio's The Hays Advantage show.
Bentley Police Sgt. Carlos Echevarria and Officer Keith Holland are among 40 police officers from around the state being recognized for their success at saving lives during the past year. The Municipal Police Training Committee presented Life Saver Awards at a June ceremony at Bentley.
Economics Professor Scott Sumner suggests strategies for the Federal Reserve's recovery.
For the ninth consecutive year, the International Summer Institute at Bentley (ISIB) is happening from July 8 to July 28.
Economics Professor Scott Sumner is credited for his idea that the Fed should adopt a target for growth in total cash spending, or nominal gross domestic product.
Michael Page, provost and vice president for Academic Affairs, is featured for being selected to serve on the 2013-2014 Board of Directors for AACSB International; the longest serving global accrediting body and membership association for business schools world wide.
Law Professor Marianne DelPo Kulow argues for mandatory wage disclosure legislation in order to close the gender wage gap in her piece on BigThink.com. Hear Marianne discuss this topic on WNYC's The Takeaway on July 3.
In the wake of the Supreme Court's historic ruling striking down the Defense of Marriage Act, Associate Professor of Law Marianne DelPo Kulow offers insight on the legal future of gay marriage. (Story was also picked up by the Modesto Bee, Miami Herald, Olympian, and other publications across the country.)
Bentley and other local universities are highlighted for continuing to require first-year students to take an AlcoholEdu, a program designed to educate students about the risks associated with drinking.