On April 26, 2006 Bentley College and TIME Magazine will bring together leaders from the world of business, technology, global affairs and arts and entertainment to explore the need for change and adaptation in an increasingly complex and competitive global economy.
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Waltham, MA - The library at Bentley College has undergone a $16 million dollar renovation to reveal a world class business library that is now the hub of academic life and a physical symbol of the business school. The extensive additions reflect Bentley's stature in technology, research and campus life.
The 6th Raytheon Lectureship in Business Ethics will be held at Bentley College on Tuesday, March 28, 2006 at 3:30PM and will feature Dov Seidman, founder, chairman and CEO of LRN, a leader in providing legal, ethics and compliance education.
Bentley College, Massachusetts College of Art (MassArt), Art Services Coalition and Fort Point Cultural Coalition, will partner on a project funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council's John and Abigail Adams Arts Program for Cultural Economic Development.
Waltham, Mass. -- The Bentley Women's Leadership Institute will host author and former Lt. Governor of Massachusetts Evelyn Murphy on March 29 at Bentley College, where she will discuss her new book, Getting Even: Why Women Don't Get Paid like Men and What to Do about It (Simon & Schuster, 2005). The event, beginning at 5:00 p.m. in the LaCava Center, room 325, is free and open to the public.
Bentley College announces four new partnerships with universities around the globe for student and faculty exchange, cultural enrichment, research and other activities outlined in the individual agreements.
It was an impressive showing by Bentley, which placed in the Top 10 at a national competition held in Dallas, Texas, on January 20 and 21. Bentley students Melissa Wendt and Kathryne Van Horne, who represented Bentley, went up against 71 other teams representing schools such as Holy Cross, Texas Wesleyan, SUNY Albany and Drake University.
Bentley students wanted to know: what could they do to make a substantial difference for victims of Hurricane Katrina? They wanted a name, a face, and a place to put on their efforts. And they found it.