Director of Graduate and Alumni Career Advising Wendy D’Ambrose implores prospective students to seek out alumni of their graduate program of interest to get feedback on starting salaries and the strength of the alumni network.
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Linda Edelman counts herself “so lucky” to be able to work with Bentley’s graduate students. As a Professor of Strategic Management, her research focuses on small firms, entrepreneurship, and the experiences of women entrepreneurs, and she teaches courses on strategic management and innovation. She holds both a DBA and an MBA from Boston University.
A Professor of Marketing, Paul Berger’s teaching interests include core statistics, marketing research, research methodology, experimental design, and data analysis. He holds a Ph.D. from the Sloan School at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Roland Hubscher’s main teaching interests are intelligent user interfaces and user experience design; in his research he collaborates with colleagues from educational psychology, physics, and computer science. He enjoys working with Bentley students from a wide range of backgrounds who are looking to make the world a better place through design.
Professor Alan Hoffman holds an MBA and DBA from Indiana University-Bloomington, and is a former director of the Bentley MBA Program. His major areas of teaching interest include strategic management, global strategy, investment management, and technology. He’s authored more than 40 strategic management case studies.
Assistant Professor of Finance Chenguang Shang specializes in teaching corporate finance, and informs his teaching with research in that field as well as in corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, and innovation. He enjoys helping Bentley students apply textbook knowledge to real corporate sector problems.
Mingfei Li loves the passion for data analytics and data science that Bentley students bring to their studies. An Associate Professor of Mathematical Sciences, her main teaching interests include applied game theory, applied statistics and simulations, decision theory, and business analytics.