The Center for Arts and Sciences at Bentley College announces a new postdoctoral fellowship for emerging scholars to complete work on a project related to an annual theme determined by the center. The fellowship is open to those who have completed a PhD in the humanities, social sciences, mathematics or natural sciences by the time the fellowship begins each year.
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Herbert Bix, professor of history and sociology at Binghamton University, New York, will discuss the definition of war crimes and war crimes trials since World War II on Wednesday, February 28 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the Pavilion in the Adamian Academic Center on the Bentley College campus.
The McCallum Graduate School of Business at Bentley today announced the launch of "Bentley Portfolio 360," a newly revamped portfolio of graduate programs available in fall 2007. The new program is designed for students interested in a comprehensive graduate business curriculum that offers flexibility to fit varying schedules, is streamlined to build on personal background, and easily customized to meet the demands of each student's career goals.
Local parents will get a first-hand look at what their children are doing online during an interactive seminar being offered by Bentley College and Milton Public Schools.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded Bentley College a grant of approximately $165,000 for research to help states generate science and technology (S&T) reports that are aligned with economic development strategies and competitive strengths. Despite their proliferation during the past 10 years, state S&T reports have received little systematic review.
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.
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.