Bentley University is among 15 institutions honored for innovative work in faculty retirement. Bentley demonstrated a “best practice” with a phased approach to the three stages of faculty careers: the development of a legacy, the transition into
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President Gloria Cordes Larson recently traveled to Ghana on a “thank you tour,” visiting Bentley’s Ghanaian-led partner organizations that host Bentley students for a variety of 8-week internships.
Time Magazine references Economics Professor Scott Sumner for his vocal support of NGDP targeting, a monetary policy.
Professor of Economics Scott Sumner contributes expertise about money supply, banking, inflation and more economic activity.
Accounting Professor Jane Fedorowicz collaborates with Steve Sawyer of Syracuse University for a report offering advice to public managers and political leaders addressing com
WBZ Radio reports on the new Global Talent Index unveiled by the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce.
Bentley University is highlighted for helping the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce create a new Global Talent Index to measure how major regions in the U.S. and around the world compare as talent centers.
Bentley University is among 15 schools awarded for their supportive faculty retirement plans. The Alfred P.
Bentley is highlighted for its forward-thinking approach in supporting retiring faculty members.
Bentley professor Jane Fedorowicz was voted President-Elect of the Association for Information Systems (AIS), a leading professional organization for individuals and organizations who lead the research, teaching, practice, and study of information systems worldwide. Fedorowicz, Rae D. Anderson Professor of Accounting and Information Systems, is the second woman to serve in the role, effective July 1, 2012.