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WALTHAM, Mass. - With winter still in full swing, parents are already looking for exciting and different opportunities for their kids this summer. At Bentley College, Wall Street 101 summer camp will give high school students an entree to the ins-and-outs of Wall Street.
Bentley College will host a Usability Boot Camp for software and hardware designers, web architects and information designers on March 10-14. This program is designed to build participants' knowledge of user-centered design and usability testing during a full week of interactive discussions, an expert panel, and hands-on workshops in Bentley's state-of-the-art usability testing facilities.
Commencement for the Class of 2003 is scheduled for Saturday, May 17. Undergraduate commencement will begin at 10:00 a.m.; commencement for the McCallum Graduate School of Business will begin at 3:00 p.m.
Robin Kenyatta, a saxophonist and music instructor in the new Arts department, was featured in today's Boston Globe "Jazz Notes" section by Steve Greenlee. To read the article, click here.
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.
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.