WALTHAM, Mass.- Over 130 of the top academic and professional leaders in the world of marketing gathered in Boston earlier this week to ponder the question, "Does Marketing Need Reform?"
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Bentley College and AARP will sponsor Aging by Design, a two-day conference that explores the intersection of a rapidly-growing aging population, the business community and the design of technology products and services.
WALTHAM, Mass. - Bentley's McCallum Graduate School of Business hosts "Does Marketing Need Reform", a day-long conference on Monday, August 9 at 8:00 a.m. at the Sheraton Boston Hotel, featuring the nation's leading voices in marketing.
WALTHAM, Mass. - William P. Wiggins, associate professor and chair of the Financial Planning and Taxation department at Bentley College, was recently named Associate Dean of Business.
Bentley faculty met last month with counterparts from around the world during a groundbreaking 10-day Global Gadfly Workshop. This pilot program in business ethics initiated an international network of educators dedicated to helping students raise their ethical awareness and ability to make rational, ethical choices in the business world.
WALTHAM, Mass. - The mercury neared 90 degrees, but it was still standing-room-only on the Upper Campus Quad Saturday as President Joseph G. Morone honored the Class of 2004, which totaled over 1,500 students. Undergraduate Ceremony