Bentley University Assistant Professor of Marketing Dipayan Biswas received the Best Paper Award in the Consumer Behavior Track at the American Marketing Association Winter Conference in February 2009 in Tampa, Fla. His research, which addresses consumer preferences when sampling experiential products such as beverages or music, is also forthcoming in the Journal of Marketing Research.
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Two high school students are winners in the "Break into the Business of Baseball" Challenge, sponsored by Bentley and MLB.com. each winner will spend a portion of their summer serving as interns with two Major League teams - the Boston Red Sox and New York Mets.
NYTimes.com: Well-known Op-Ed columnist and blogger Paul Krugman stirs up economic debate (and readers respond in comments below) with his direct response to Bentley Professor of Economics Scott Sumner in his blog post A quick response to Scott Sumner
Bentley University is once again offering a unique experience for high school students this summer with the Wall Street 101 business camp. The week-long program allows high school students to engage in the fundamentals of Wall Street through a technology-rich and interactive curriculum.
The 12th annual Bentley Business Bowl drew 230 students to participate in the business case competition on February 28. Forty Bentley alumni were among the representatives from 39 companies and agencies who joined Bentley faculty and administrators to judge student presentations that analyzed and solved business cases centered on ethics issues.
Metrowest Daily News: Trustee Professor of Economics and Management Patricia Flynn provides perspective on the economic state of Massachusetts in Report Says Education is Key for State to Survive Economy. (February 27, 2
Boston Herald: Professor of Economics Scott Sumner's unconventional views of the economic crisis and his new-found blog fame are discussed in Bentley Professor's Economic Views Making a Stir. (February 27, 2009)
Bentley University ranks among the top 35 Best Undergraduate Business Schools in the nation in BusinessWeek’s 4th annual rankings. Bentley was ranked #33 overall and # 5 in New England.In the rankings, BusinessWeek also assigns grades in key areas based on student surveys. Bentley received:• A+ in facilities and services• A in teaching quality• A in job placement