Stan Feldman, associate professor of finance at Bentley College, is available to speak as an expert on the impact of President Bush's tax plan on small businesses.
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Writing Center director Larry Weinstein's play New Curtains for Macbeth had its world premiere at the Boston Playwrights' Theatre this month. The play, running through this weekend, was a finalist in the International Playwriting Festival last year. In a review, the Boston Phoenix described New Curtains as "innovative" and Weinstein as a "promising playwright."
WALTHAM, Mass. - Bentley College presents "All About the Square," an exhibit of black and white etchings by Boston artist Lisa Houck in the Art Gallery January 28 through February 27. An opening reception with the artist will be held on Friday, February 7 from 4:30-7:00 p.m. in the Art Gallery.
One hundred and fifty-eight Bentley College students will study abroad this semester, the largest number in the college's history. Jill Perry, director of the Cronin International Center, attributes the increased interest in study abroad, in part, to world events of the past 14 months.
WALTHAM, Mass. - Bentley College presents "Paintings from the Fairy Tale Series," an exhibit by Tamar Vishlitzky in the Art Gallery now through January 23, 2003.
WALTHAM, Mass. ¿ "We can¿t manage knowledge. We can manage with it and around it," Larry Prusak told an interactive audience at Bentley College on December 5. Prusak was a recent lecturer in Bentley¿s Provost Seminar Series, which promotes practical research addressing issues in the world of business.
Bentley College Computer Information Systems senior lecturer Coralee Whitcomb is available to speak as an expert on the impact of information technology on the individual and society.
WALTHAM, Mass.- With the recent trend of betrayal in corporate America, how can companies as sophisticated as Tyco or Enron, who recruit the so-called "cream of the crop", create cultures that are unethical if not illegal? How does that happen?