Management Professor Anthony Buono joins his two colleagues from the UN Global Compact Leaders Summit in authoring a piece discussing the changes higher education need to make in order to better prepare future business leaders.
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Co-founder of the Center for Women and Business Betsy Myers is highlighted for supporting 'Women for Koutoujian,' a campaign for congressional candidate Peter Koutoujian.
Information Design Professor Bill Gribbons is highlighted for his insight on how mobile healthy eating and exercising tools are similar to the mobile gaming world and social media communities.
Joni Seager, professor of Global Studies and author of Atlas of Women in the World, teamed up with graphic designer Lucia Ricci to create an infographic illustrating the relationship between women and mobile devices.
Global Studies professor Jeff Gulati discusses the government shutdown and makes predictions about what the economy and political landscape will look like for weeks to come.
Flex the Falcon joins other area mascots in anticipation of FOX25 Morning News' upcoming College Tours. FOX25 will broadcast live from Bentley’s campus on Thursday, October 10.
In his opinion piece featured in the Financial Times, Geology Professor David Szymanski argues that higher ed must answer industry's call to produce graduates who are scientifically literate.
Economics Professor Scott Sumner argues for setting up a nominal GDP futures market. The story was also picked up by Yahoo! Finance, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Times-Union, among others.
When the Bentley Microfinance Group (BMG) was launched in 2008, artisan Frank Burns was the group’s second microloan recipient. Five years later, a lot has changed for both sides. Burns is selling handmade pieces in the woodworking studio. The $800 loan he took allowed him to purchase materials to produce more pieces. The 40-member student-run organization has made a total of five microloans, and recently published one of the first student-edited, student-run, microfinance journal.