Kristin Nichols, associate director of undergraduate admissions, is mentioned for her review of CollegeWeekLive as an instrumental tool that helps reach out to perspective students.
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Economics Professor Dhaval Dave is highlighted for his research on how individuals are maximizing their time during times of unemployment.
Jennifer Gillan, English and Media Studies professor, is highlighted for changing her focus from name-brand shows to network branding, which she will explore in her forthcoming book tentatively titled Television Brandcasting.
Do radio and TV ads for new prescription drugs steer consumers toward newer, high-priced products? Bentley professor Dhaval Dave says “yes,” according to a recent study of the implications of both broadcast and non-broadcast direct-to-consumer advertising on rising prescription drug costs and demand.
Shama Kabani, millennial CEO of The Zen Marketing Group, asks President Gloria Larson how businesses can engage with higher ed in order to better prepare grads for the workplace.
Research commissioned by Bentley University's Center for Women and Business finds that 84% of millennials could identify high-achieving women at their jobs. However, about 20% of millennial women reported that they were not interested in following the same executive path.
Bentley Alum Evan Mula '12 is highlighted for being part of the Change Heroes team, a start up dedicated to small acts of kindness around the globe.
Research fellow at the Center for Business Ethics Gael O'Brien is highlighted for speaking at the Oklahoma Business Ethics consortium themed "Leadership Edge".
Bentley University is proud to now have a reverse vending machine on campus. The Greenbean Machine’s unique technology has caught the interest of students who have been actively using it since it was installed on campus in October 2013. In its initial months, Bentley students have already used the Greenbean more than any other college with a similar machine.