Papers by Robert D. Galliers, Bentley College provost and vice president for Academic Affairs, and Information Management professor M. Lynne Markus, John W. Poduska Senior Professor of Information and Process Management, were selected as two of the five best information systems papers to be published worldwide in 2006.
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Greg Mortenson, co-author of the New York Times bestselling book, Three Cups of Tea: One Man's Mission to Promote Peace One School at a Time (Viking, 2006; Penguin, 2007), presented at Bentley on February 26.
The Bentley College Spiritual Life Center will present at the Third Global Conference of University and College Chaplains, Campus Ministers and Religious Professionals, held in Tampere, Finland, from June 30 to July 4. Reverend Katrina Agard, Protestant adviser , and Father Claude Grenache, director of the Spiritual Life Center and Catholic adviser, will offer a workshop on the ecumenical and interreligious character of the ministry at Bentley, with a special emphasis on the collaboration amo
The Bentley College Police Department is accepting applications for its first-ever Citizen Police Academy for students, faculty and staff. The free, 10-week program will begin on Wednesday, February 6, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. on the Bentley College campus.
On Friday, January 18, Bentley College placed ninth out of 64 colleges in the American Collegiate Moot Court Association (AMCA) National Tournament in Des Moines, Iowa. The team consisted of Bentley students Isaac D'Alessandro and Amanda Mongel, under the direction of Franklyn P. Salimbene, director of the Bentley Service-Learning Center. Bentley was one of only 16 Eastern Regional teams to advance to the national competition.
The Women's Leadership Institute at Bentley presents a one-day seminar designed to help women identify the key factors to help achieve continued personal and professional success on Thursday, February 28, 2008.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded Bentley College a grant of approximately $130,000 for research to develop "math checker" software. Bentley Assistant Professor of Mathematical Sciences Nathan Carter will write and test a software program called 'Lurch' which will be designed to teach mathematical proofs and other rule-based computational activities.