On April 22, 2010 Bentley University and TIME will present a thought-provoking half-day symposium featuring progressive leaders who are making a difference in healthcare, environmental change, commitment to society and acting responsibly, corporat
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During the past decade, neuroscience has made enormous progress with regard to the question of how humans and non-human primates perceive the intentional dimension of actions.
In February, Professor and Chair of Mathematical Sciences Richard Cleary was appointed to a two-year term as chair of the Joint Data Committee of five mathematical
In recognition of Mathematics Awareness Month in April, an essay from Bentley Professor and Chair of Mathematical Sciences Richard Cleary is featured on the web si
The National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) honored Bentley University academic adviser Henrietta Genfi, with 2010 Academic Excellence Advising Award for Region 1 (Massachusetts, New York, Connectic
Economist.com: Professor of Economics and influential economics blogger Scott Sumner
The National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) honored Bentley University academic adviser Henr
Recent earthquake tragedies in both Haiti and Chile and the generous outpouring of support have put a spotlight on the challenges of collecting charitable donations effectively.
Bentley University recently launched "Project Haiti: The Redevelopment," a special fundraising campaign for Haiti disaster relief following the tragic earthquake that hit the country on January 12