A service-learning faculty award to Michael Goldberg (Information Design and Corporate Communication) will establish a full-service graphic design business to serve nonprofit organizations, as a fourth-credit practicum for qualified students in his courses.
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Service initiatives on anti-bullying, mental health, afterschool programs, and housing earned accolades for Bentley. For the seventh year, the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) named Bentley University to the President's 2013 Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.
As organizations are increasingly looking to retain and advance talented women, the Center for Women and Business at Bentley University is answering the call and hosting Best Practices Forums - a series of events meant to engage thought leaders and business professionals from around the world and provide solutions for organizations to adopt a culture of inclusion in order to harness the full potential of current and future women leaders.
History Lecturer Leonid Trofimov provides insight on the conflict surrounding Chechnya, a place of particular interest after the marathon bom
History Lecturer Leonid Trofimov uses his expertise on Russian history to help answer questions on the cultural backgrounds of the suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings.
As the Bentley community continues to offer sympathy, prayers and support to all of those affected by Monday’s tragic events during the Boston Marathon, please remember there are a variety of resources available on campus.
Senior Lecturer in Economics John Tommasi answers questions regarding the market bouncing back after the Boston Marathon tragedy.
Woolford received the 2013 Distinguished Science Alumni Award from the College of Science at Purdue University, an award that recognizes alumni for outstanding achievement in professional and related fields of endeavor.
As part of a university-wide effort to prevent sexual violence and continue to promote community safety and wellness, Bentley staff and students recently hosted the fifth annual “Consent Day.”
Professor of Accountancy William Read provides his perspective on the KPMG insider trading scandal.