David Szymanski, professor of Natural and Applied Sciences, interviews with Bloomberg Radio about why science literacy is important for business students.
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High school students from across the U.S. will gather at Bentley for high-level competition as they analyze an MBA-level graduate school business case and present recommendations before panels of senior corporate executives and business school faculty.
The entire Bentley community is mourning the loss of David LeClair ’11, who recently passed away in a tragic biking accident. A memorial service to honor and celebrate David’s life will be held on campus on Wednesday, June 19, at 4:00 p.m. in the Executive Dining Room of the LaCava Center.
Professor of Economics John Tommasi authors a piece on how the fishing industry has suffered unintended consequences due to national seal protection.
Director of the Center for Marketing Technology Ian Cross discusses the recent marketing challenges faced by chambers of commerce.
Little feet pushed Bentley undergraduate students to take big steps as they prepared marketing strategies for Converse Kids’ $125M business. Recommendations were presented directly to the footwear company’s Product Creation Team using iBook.
President Gloria Larson takes to the New York Times' The Choice Blog to offer advice to prospective students and families on what questions to ask during the college selection process.
English professor Gesa Kirsch was accepted to the National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute “Transcendentalism and Social Action in the Age of Emerson, Thoreau, and Fuller,” July 7 to 20 in Concord, Mass.
Steve Weisman, senior lecturer of law, taxation, and financial planning, outlines underlying issues that may explain why Gen Xers face a bleak retirement outlook.
Michael Hoffman, executive director of the Center for Business Ethics, offers his take on the differences between an organization's legal and ethical responsibilities, using Apple and Google as his primary examples.