Law Professor and author of the book The Truth About Avoiding Scams Steve Weisman offers tips on how to digitally protect yourself.
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Senior Lecturer of Law, Taxation, and Financial Planning Steven Weisman is interviewed for his expertise on credit scams. He offers insight on the effects of being scammed, the impact it has on credit scores, and how to turn it around.
Among the many Bentley University courses that connect students with professional organizations is “Human Relations in Health Care” taught by Professor Helen Meldrum. Students in the class were asked to assist the American College of Physician Executives (ACPE) to help them better understand their members’ needs and how they can plan for the future environment of the healthcare industry.
Bentley University Police Chief Ernie Leffler received the James Olivieri Award from the Massachusetts Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (MACLEA). The award, which recognizes Leffler’s exemplary commitment and distinguished service to MACLEA and to professional campus policing, was presented at the MACLEA annual meeting in December.
President Gloria Larson joins Real Clear Radio Hour host Bill Frezza to discuss the perceptions around millennials and to introduce the PreparedU Project, an initiative to convene a national dialogue on how all stakeholders can work together to successfully prepare college graduates for today’s workforce.
The Boston Globe highlights the new book by Associate Professor of Sociology Rick Frese, "Concord and the Civil War".
Professor of Computer Information Systems, David Yates, offers his thoughts on how large companies are spawning innovation, not by hosting internal tournaments as some smaller companies do, but rather simply acquiring innovative companies.
Rita B. Allen, adjunct management lecturer at Bentley University, offers advice on how to make the best impression during an interview.
Although higher education institutions have been under scrutiny regarding return on investment and adequate preparation for a successful life after graduation, Bentley’s 2013 graduates have good news to report: 98 percent of the responding class is employed or attending graduate school.
When Bentley was awarded the $395,000 NEH challenge grant in 2011, it stipulated that Bentley raise matching funds in a three-to-one ratio by 2016, a five-and-a-half-year window. As of this writing, in less than three years, the university has nearly reached its goal of raising $1.185 million to support several Valente Center for Arts and Sciences programs.