A documentary about the life and research of Daniel Everett, dean of arts and sciences at Bentley University, has captured international attention at one of the most prestigious film festivals in the world for television documentaries.
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During the Fall 2011 semester, Bentley University juniors and seniors enrolled in the Human Relations in Healthcare Organizations class, led by Psychology Professor Helen Meldrum, were invited to work with the Massachusetts Health Council to help the assess the growing problem of low health literacy in relation to patients’ understanding of their prescription, over-the-counter and alternative medications.
Executive Director of External Relations for Academic Affairs John A.
Professor of Natural and Applied Sciences Fred Ledley is highlighted for his first published novel, Sputnik’s Child.
Senior Lecturer of Computer Information Systems Mark Frydenberg discussess how to utilize smartphones as a powerful teaching and learning tool.
Economics Professor Scott Sumner comments con Britain's sluggish economic growth.
Executive Founding Director of the Center for Business Ethics Michael Hoffman comments on Credit Suisse's decision on year-end bonuses.
Professor of Economics and author of the renowned blog The Money Illusion Scott Sumner's point of view on Fed Chairman Bernanke is included in a roundup of economic news by the WS
Bentley University students Anthony Bella ‘13 and Tèa Trebicka ‘14 were among 10 college students throughout the U.S. selected to join the Liberty Mutual Responsible Scholars™ Community Project team in Los Angeles during winter break. January 2 to 8, the group headed west to assist the Angeles National Forest Rangers with ongoing recovery efforts stemming from recent natural disasters.