Bringing insights from psychology, sociology, and economics, author and Slate technology columnist Farhad Manjoo discusses his new book, “True Enough: Learning to Live in a Post-Fact Society,” at Bentley University on Wednesday April 1 at 4:00 p.m. in the Adamian Academic Center, Wilder Pavilion, in Waltham, Mass.
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Greg Mankiw's Blog: Harvard Professor Greg Mankiw commends Bentley Professor of Economics Scott Sumner's blog and insight on the recent financial crisis in his post Sumner on Financial Regulation (March 22, 2009)
The Women's Leadership Institute at Bentley University, with the support of Tufts Health Plan, will present an annual speaker series at the university's campus featuring prominent female business leaders who will address relevant issues affecting women and business today. Cathy E.
The latest lecture in the Bentley University Provost Series features Robin Mansell, internationally-known for her work on the social, economic, and political issues arising from new information and communication technologies. Mansell will explore the 'life and times' of the predominant vision of The Information Society on Friday, April 24, from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at Bentley University in LaCava Center Room 325 ABC, 175 Forest Street in Waltham, Mass.
Boston Globe: Department Chair and Professor of Natural and Applied Sciences Fred Ledley discusses the benefits of entering the emerging field of health informatics in Jobs in Health Informatics. (March 23, 2008)
EmaxHealth.com: Nutritionist and Adjunct Lecturer of Natural and Applied Sciences Leeann Simons discusses her new book healthy eating in Book Uses Nutrition and Exercise to Break Free of Roller Coaster Diets. (March 20, 2009)
Boston Globe: Professor of Management Scott Latham cites a recent study he conducted on Massachusetts-based companies and how they are affected by the economic stimulus plan in
Bloomberg.com: Executive Director of the Center for Business Ethics W. Michael Hoffman comments on the most recent decision by Connecticut Insurance Commissioner Thomas Sullivan in Hartford Got Relief from Ex-Manager Turned Regulator. (February 12, 2009)
Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News: Professor of Biology and Medicine and Chairman of the Natural and Applied Sciences department Fred Ledley comments on funding to the life sciences and biotech fields in Madoff Matters, But Larger Issues Loom. (March 15, 2009)