Bentley professor Steve Weisman discusses Jamaican lottery scams in his USA Today article.
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Bentley and its media partner, Bloomberg Radio, broadcast the fourth segment of its ongoing series “Millennials in the Workplace” on Bloomberg’s “Taking Stock” program on Friday, February 20.
Research from Bentley’s PreparedU Project is highlighted in this piece stating that 77% of millennials say that flexible hours would make the workplace more productive.
An exhibit featuring photographic art from the reefs of Wakaya Island, Fiji, runs through April 25 at the Bentley library.
The Money Illusion, a blog by Economics Professor Scott Sumner, is cited as one of the top economics blogs.
Bentley’s career placement rate is highlighted for providing proof that an undergraduate degree is a worthwhile investment from eCampus News.
President Gloria Larson discusses how businesses need to understand the new traits and work styles of the millennial generation.
Professor of Economics Dhaval Dave is cited for his research on how unemployment can affect physical health.
Expanding its research on how to accelerate the translation of scientific discoveries into new medicines, the Center for Integration of Science and Industry at Bentley University has appointed Jennifer Beierlein as a post-doctoral fellow.
Bentley Professor Steve Wiesman appeared on an ABC40 news program to discuss the increase of fraudulent returns reported by Turbo Tax.