Southern Illinois University (SIU) named the new Women’s Basketball locker room complex in honor of former coach Cindy Scott.
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Associate Professor of Marketing Susan Dobscha delivered a keynote at the 3rd Massachusetts Green Career Conference held this fall in Marlborough, Mass.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded a $73,731 grant to Bentley University for research by principle investigator Dominique Haughton, professor of mathematical sciences, to explore how the pharmaceutical industry can more efficiently allocate marketing expenditures to reduce costs to consumers.
On October 21, Special Assistant to the President Earl Avery received a lifetime achievement award for his efforts in fostering diversity at Bentley. The Boston Business Journal published a story highlighting those efforts.
Washington Post Blogger Ezra Klein focuses on "NGDP Targeting" and highlights Bentley Economist Scott Sumner for being among the first to tout the economic strategy.
Economics Professor Scott Sumner is noted for his "market monetarist" outlook on the economy.
Wall Street, social activism, and the economy were fodder for discussion as a panel of faculty members hosted “#OccupyWallStreet: What's it All About?” in the Adamian building on campus.
Associate Professor of Marketing Susan Dobscha was one of three keynote speakers for the third Massachusetts Green Career Conference on Sept. 30.
Senior Lecturer Steve Weisman offers advice on selecting a Medicare Part D prescription drug plan.
Bentley is highlighted for having "smart" classrooms that include a “kill switch” to disable wireless networks and reduce student distraction in class.