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The doctoral program at Bentley University recently received a $400,000 grant to create the Harold S.
Michael J. Page, Dean of Business and the McCallum Graduate School at Bentley University, will speak at the United Nations' second Plenary Session of the Global Forum for Responsible Management Education on Thursday, December 4, 2008 at the United Nations headquarters in New York City.
A team of three Bentley graduate students placed third in the fist-ever International Case Competition on Strategic Value of IT Management, hosted by the CA World 2008 conference in Las Vegas on November 24. Bentley winners Chris Chesebro MBA '09, Henry Cipriano MSIT '09, and Kristin Wicks MBA '09 each received a $2,500 stipend. MSIT Director William Schinao served as faculty adviser.
The Boston Celtics and Bentley University announced the extension of their 5 year partnership today through the 2009-10 season. "We are proud to extend our relationship with Bentley University for another two years," Celtics Team President Rich Gotham said. "Bentley has been a long-time partner of the Boston Celtics providing excellent student interns who have made valuable contributions to the Organization. We look forward to continuing our affiliation in the future."
Mary Culnan, Slade Professor of Management and IT, was appointed to the advisory board of a new Washington DC-based think tank, the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF), which launched on November 19, 2008. Led by privacy experts Jules Polonetsky, former AOL chief privacy officer and Christopher Wolf, chair of the Privacy and Data Security Practice Group at Proskauer Rose LLP, the Future Privacy Forum has a mission to provide thought leadership on the Internet privacy discussion, to educate consume
Bentley University has announced a strategic partnership between its Center for Marketing Technology (CMT) and Cambridge Focus (CF), one of the most respected focus group research firms in the U.S. Through the partnership, CF will transfer its focus group business to the CMT, a state-of-the-art market research facility located on the Bentley campus in Waltham.
Philosopher Nicholas Maxwell is calling for a reform of academia - a shift from simply acquiring knowledge to acquiring wisdom. A 30-year veteran of University College London, Maxwell will be the guest speaker for the Provost's Seminar Series at Bentley University on Friday, November 21, from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m in the Adamian Academic Center, 175 Forest Street, Waltham. A luncheon reception will immediately follow.
Fred Ledley, chair of the Natural and Applied Sciences Department, was named one of 20 members of the second cohort of BEN (BiosciEdNet) Scholars.