The Wall Street Journal's Real Time Economics Blog explains the Federal Reserve's Annual Student Competition, of which Bentley was a competitor. (Not included in the article - Bentley took home second place behind only Northwestern.)
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Senior Director of the Center for Women and Business Susan Adams chats with Radio Boston host Meghna Chakrabarti about how women relaunching their carreers can keep their skills re
Foreign Policy Magazine lists Economics Professor Scott Sumner as number 15, tied with Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, on their list of Top 100 Global Thinkers of 2012 .
Chair of the Department of Economics John D. Leeth reports on declining workplace injuries and fatalities due to improved health conditions in various markets.
Papa Sarr, Bentley’s Director of the Center for International Students and Scholars, recently spent two weeks in Germany studying the country’s culture and educational system as a recipient of a Fulbright award to the U.S. – Germany International Education Administrators Program.
Marketing Professor Susan Dobscha discusses the hurdles hospices face when trying to deal with the awareness and acceptance of impending death of patients and their families.
President Gloria Larson offers insight on the future of Pell Grant federal funding for students as President Obama steps into his second term.
A social media class at Bentley is featured for taking on Adjuct Professor Alyssa Hammond's challenge to get celebrity talkshow host Ellen DeGeneres to come to campus.
Bentley University won the New England Competition of the College Fed Challenge, held at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, beating out 18 undergraduate universities from the First Federal Reserve District including three-time national champion Harvard University. Bentley advances to the National Competition to represent New England on November 27 in Washington, DC.
Noga was awarded a Professor in Residence with the global professional services firm and is spending her fall sabbatical working in the Chicago office to increase her understanding of the demands her students will face after graduation.