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The Center for Business Ethics (CBE) at Bentley University recently announced four new Kallman Executive Fellows, drawn from both industry and academia.
New York Times: Bentley Economics Professor Scott Sumner is the subject of a feature story about how the controversial yet insightful economic opinions he expresses in his blog are making an impact in the academic community and beyond in
Mass High Tech: Director of the Hughey Center for Financial Services Richard Gibble discusses investment strategy in Financial Tech Web Plays Arise from Ashes of Economy. (July 31, 2009)
WGBH-TV: Bruce Weinberg, associate professor and chair of the marketing department, is featured on Greater Boston discussing the possible economic effects of the upcoming Massachusetts tax increases. (July 30, 2009)
Bentley University is one of the nation’s best institutions for undergraduate education, according to The Princeton Review. The New York-based education services company features the college in the just-published 2010 edition of its annual book, "The Best 371 Colleges" (Random House/Princeton Review).
Bentley University President Gloria Larson announced that Michael J. Page, BSc (Eng), MBA, PhD, current Dean of Business at Bentley and the McCallum Graduate School, will also take on the role of Vice President for Academic Affairs, serving as the chief academic officer for Bentley, effective July 1, 2009.
The Bentley Microcredit Initiative (BMI), a student-run micro lending organization, has issued its first loan to Linda Joy, a former welfare mom turned entrepreneur who runs Aspire Media, a motivational publishing and conference company based in Lakeville, MA. Joy, who does not qualify for traditional financing, received a six thousand dollar loan to be used to hire a marketing strategist.