Daily News Tribune: Bentley Senior Scott Rosen and Senior Lecturer of Accountancy Karen Osterheld are highlighted for their role in creating Waltham High School's dodgeball tournament to benefit the Boston Medical Center Ovarian Cancer Fund in
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A team of Bentley University students won the grand prize in the 2009 NASA Means Business (NMB) case competition. As part of the national competition in May, the Bentley team presented to NASA officials in Cocoa Beach, FL, near the NASA Kennedy Space Center, accompanied by faculty adviser George Fishman, senior lecturer in astronomy.
Two Bentley University professors received fellowships from the Marion and Jasper Whiting Foundation to support their research and pedagogy.
In response to the current global economic crisis, there is a growing awareness that the current, profit-centric business model needs to change. Conscious Capitalism® calls for business to reevaluate its role and purpose in the world by raising its consciousness. Thought leaders from around the world will gather at Bentley University on May 28-29 for Conceptualizing Conscious Capitalism®.
TheDeal.com: Bentley PhD candidate Craig Randall and Assistant Professor of Management Scott Latham discuss the history and current economic state of business along Masschusetts' highway Route 128 in Route 128 Revisited. (May 15, 2009)
In a keynote address to approximately 1,100 Bentley University undergraduates at the 90th commencement ceremony on May 16, Ann Moore, chairman and chief executive officer of Time Inc., shared life lessons as she urged graduates to follow their passion and take an active role in the community.
Federal Computer Week: Assistant Professor of Political Science Jeff Gulati discusses the Obama administration's use of Web 2.0 tools in the White House in Obama's Emerging IT Agenda Could Mean Big Changes. (May 14, 2009)
Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce: The Chamber's blog makes note of Associate Professor of Finance Kartik Raman's appearance on New England Cable News discussing the future of the U.S.
Five Bentley University students will attend the world-renowned Cannes International Film Festival in France as part of an elite group of students selected to participate in The American Pavilion Film Program and International Business Program from May 9 - 25, 2009.