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Fall 2010

Dr. Szymanski Goes to Washington

It’s a fair assumption that few geologists have vials of fake blood in their office. David Szymanski does. For the assistant professor of natural and applied sciences, the liquid is a necessary ingredient for teaching a course in forensic science.

TV shows such as CSI: Crime Scene Investigation have helped make the class a popular choice among undergraduates.

Milestones: Weddings and Births


Nicole Gaglione '06, '08 MBA to Antonio Cella on July 10, 2010.

Michelle Gentile '01, '07 MBA to Benjamin Taylor '02 on September 19, 2009.

Diane Jarasitis '04 to Jason Evans '05  on November 7, 2009.

Jeralyn Kamitian '06 to Ted O'Leary '06 on June 13, 2009.

Lori Leland '06 to Kevin Briere on June 26, 2009.

Casey Russell '09 to Noelle Sarris on June 5, 2010.

Piece Maker

As a sociologist, Angela Garcia routinely fits together how and why people do things. What unfolds when someone calls 911? Takes part in a divorce mediation session? Visits an Internet chat room? Lately she has fixed on a real conundrum: process and motivation in the construction of jigsaw puzzles.

Media Tap Bentley Experts

Bloomberg News. Professor of Economics Scott Sumner explains the effects of the Smoot-Hawley Tariff act in “Depression Fear Mongers Obscure the True Concerns.” The story also ran in The Economic Times, The Orange County Register, Bloomberg Businessweek, Minneapolis StarTribune, Gulf News, and Delaware Online (July 7, 2010).


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