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.
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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
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.
The Bentley College McCallum Graduate School of Business is featured in Princeton Review's 2007 Best Business Schools guide.
The Bentley College Law, Taxation and Financial Planning Department, along with the Internal Revenue Service, will host the 13th Annual Internal Revenue Service Town Meeting on Monday, October 30, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the Wilder Pavilion, Adamian Academic Center.
The fifth annual Bentley College Provost Seminar Series continues on October 20 with Arie Y. Lewin, who will discuss research findings of an international, multi-year offshoring research project (ORN) tracking the diffusion of offshoring practices, on Friday, October 20, from 10:30 a.m. to noon in the Student Center 125 AB. A luncheon will immediately follow.