Demonstrating a continued commitment to excellence in teaching, Bentley College recently honored five faculty members with 2006 Innovation in Teaching awards. The recipients were selected from a pool of nominees by the Teaching and Scholarly Activities Committee, in close association with Wilder Teaching professors. Winners received a certificate and a $2,000 stipend.
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Bentley College English Professor Dennis Flynn will work with colleagues from North Carolina State University and Virginia Tech to compile a scholarly edition of the prose letters of English poet John Donne. The project is supported by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, and was subcontracted from North Carolina State University.
Despite the French love for their language and culture, it has been a mystery to many that an architectural marvel such as Tuileries Palace could fall to ruin -- and its demise be glossed over in the country's history. Louis Iandoli, associate professor of Modern Languages at Bentley College, now leads the American effort to rebuild the Tuileries Palace as a focal point in the Louvre, Champs Elysées.
The Public Accounting Report's (PAR) Annual Professor's Survey has ranked the accounting programs at Bentley College -- both graduate and undergraduate -- in the top 25 nationally. Bentley is the only school included from the Northeast.
Bentley College Assistant Professor of Finance Mengxin Zhao is the recipient of the Best Paper Award from the Chinese Finance Association for the paper, "Rent Seeking and Corporate Finance: Evidence from Corruption."
Michael Myers, professor of information systems and associate dean at the University of Auckland Business School, New Zealand, will discuss IT offshoring at the Provost Seminar Series on December 15, 10:30 a.m. - noon in LaCava Center 325ABC. Myers will examine IT offshoring from the perspective of an IT service provider in a developing country in the East.