Dr. Nadar Asgary, an expert in international business, has been named Bentley College's first Associate Provost for International Relations and the Director of the Cronin International Center. Asgary will also hold appointments in the Management and International Studies departments at Bentley. In his new role at Bentley, Asgary is focused on creating partnerships with highly ranked institutions in strategic regions such as Asia, Europe, South America and Africa.
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Bentley's Service-Learning Center (BSLC) has received the Bristol Lodge Recognition award by the Middlesex Human Service Agency (MHSA) for its extensive work with Waltham homeless shelters. The award is given to organizations that are committed to providing services to less fortunate members of the community.
Bentley College, in collaboration with Microsoft and the Society for Information Management (SIM), will present a seminar exploring the importance of IT skills for future business professionals on Wednesday, November 8, from 12:45 - 2:00 p.m. in the LaCava Center Executive Dining Room.
Recognizing scholarly excellence and accomplishments by its faculty, Bentley College has granted the Outstanding Scholarly Contribution Award to three of its professors. This award parallels the Bentley Innovation in Teaching award, and is given annually to Bentley faculty members or groups of co-authors. The 2006 winners of the Award are as follows: Arts & Sciences
Amid growing concern about the pitfalls of social networking, cyber bullying and the overall impact internet technologies can have on a child's development, students at Bentley College will conduct a professional development seminar for Milton Public School teachers that addresses internet safety issues on Friday, October 27.
Marketing students at Bentley are spending time in a chemistry lab as part of an interdisciplinary course that partners them with a local company. Under the direction of Senior Lecturer of Marketing Perry Lowe and Associate Professor of Natural and Applied Sciences Bob Wallace, the students will design a new hair care product specifically formulated to provide a healthier head of hair.
As the Internet increasingly transforms the way political candidates 'do business,' two Bentley College political science professors are analyzing the use of Facebook by 2006 U.S. congressional and gubernatorial candidates. The aim of the study is to determine whether candidate postings on the site are a useful viral marketing tool for generating publicity, campaign contributions, and ultimately votes.
Bentley College is accepting nominations for its third annual Tomorrow25 international leadership competition. Spotlighting exemplary high school juniors from around the world, the program identifies students who demonstrate initiative, citizenship, technological savvy, cultural awareness, social responsibility and a commitment to making positive things happen in their communities or schools.