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June 29, 2011

Bentley Alum Phil Mastroianni '05 is featured for turning his Limoncello-making hobby into a successful new business venture called Fabri

BostInno June 29, 2011

Insight from Assistant Professor of Global Studies Jeff Gulati is highlighted in an article addre

eSecurity Planet June 28, 2011

Senior Lecturer of Law, Taxation, and Financial Planning and scam expert Steve Weisman discusses computer hackers and their newest strategies on a global scale.

boston.com June 28, 2011

Marketing Professor Raj Sisodia offers insight on the increased incidents of drug companies expanding their marketing strategies to target consumers who might no

June 28, 2011

The assistant dean and director of graduate student and academic services is awarded for his contributions to an article furthering the collegiate housing profession.

TOPICS: Campus Life
Greater Boston June 27, 2011

Marketing Professor Andy Aylesworth is featured on the program Greater Boston discussing Nike's new marketing campaign.

The Chronicle of Higher Education June 26, 2011

Bentley's selection for required reading in First Year Seminar is listed among other top schools' reading choices.

Boston Globe June 26, 2011

Marketing Professor Susan Dobscha offers expertise on the different marketing strategies for targeting young children.

TOPICS: Media Coverage
June 22, 2011

The American Statistical Association (ASA) has announced the election of Dominique Haughton, Bentley University professor of mathematical sciences, as an ASA Fellow. Fellows are recognized for their outstanding professional contributions and leadership in the field of statistical science. Haughton is one of 58 new fellows, hailing from 25 states, Canada, and Singapore. The fellows will receive their certificates on August 2 at the annual Joint Statistical Meetings in Miami Beach, Florida.

June 22, 2011

Katherine Blake, executive director of marketing communication and director of web services, was ordained by the Chaplaincy Institute of Maine as an interfaith chaplain on June 5. Coursework included 500 class hours, 150 volunteer hours, 150 internship hours and monthly book reviews.

TOPICS: Campus Life

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