Bentley University begins a ten year capital plan to modernize and expand the campus including renovating academic buildings and residence halls, building a new multipurpose arena, a health and wellness center and a new academic building.
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Michael Hoffman, founding executive director of the Center for Business Ethics, comments on whether or not it's ethical for universities to accept funding from the National Shooting Sports Foundation.
Bentley's CMT Director and Marketing Professor Ian Cross identifies potential reservations from companies eligible to sponsor Independence Day events.
Ian Cross, marketing professor and director of the CMT, offers insight on why there is a lack of industry interest in sponsoring 4th of July festivities.
Senior Lecturer Steve Weisman shares six steps to protect yourself against identity theft.
An approved National Bureau of Economic Research study from Economics Professor Dhaval Dave showcases one benefit of recent wage increases.
Economics Professor Dhaval Dave’s latest research published by the National Bureau of Economic Research analyzes the relationship between wage increases and newborn health.
Professor Dhaval Dave is featured for his recent research on the health effects associated with the minimum wage.
A working paper co-authored by Economics Professor Dhaval Dave is highlighted in questioning the non-economic impacts of an increased minimum wage.
In an exploration of the work-play balance throughout civilization Dean of Arts and Science Daniel Everett highlights a modern society where there is no such trade-off.