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We’re excited that there will be many opportunities for our students, faculty, staff, alumni and partners to learn about and interact with the Bentley-Gallup Business in Society report findings. Check back often for updates and registration links as they become available. Questions? Want to co-host an event? Email

“Moral Values and the Purposes of Business: A Comparison of Liberal and Conservative Views” Hoffman Center for Business Ethics Brown Bag Series
Feb. 15, 12:30-1:45pm
In this virtual discussion, Professors Shelle Santana and Lan Xia present new research that takes a deeper dive into data from the Bentley-Gallup Business in Society Report.

Career Fair Reception
Sept. 27, 4:00-6:00pm
The Cube in the Bentley Arena
Professor Cynthia Clark will preview this year’s survey results with alumni and recruiters who attend the career fair.

"Good Business in the Age of AI" co-hosted with the Mass Business Roundtable and Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce
Oct. 11, 5:30-7:30pm
CitySpace in Boston
President Chrite will host a discussion with executives from EY, State Street Global Advisors, Rapid7 and Gallup.
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"Building Trust and Transparency around AI" Falcon Weekend event
Oct. 14, 10:30-11:30am
Koumantzelis Auditorium
Professors Noah Giansiracusa and Chase Cicchetti will host a discussion for alumni, students and parents during Falcon Weekend.

Faculty and Staff Pub Night, sponsored by the Bentley-Gallup Steering Committee
Oct. 18, 4:00-5:30pm
Faculty and Staff Dining Room
University faculty and staff are invited to learn about this year’s survey findings and enjoy a complimentary beverage.

Axios webinar
Oct. 25, 12:30-1:10pm
This virtual event hosted by the Axios news site and sponsored by Bentley will analyze artificial intelligence as a growing presence in our lives, using the Bentley-Gallup survey findings as a springboard for the discussion. Panelists include Meredith Whittaker, President, Signal; The Honorable Ted Lieu, Representative, California's 36th Congressional District, Vice Chair, House Democratic Caucus and Member, House Judiciary, Foreign Affairs, & Science, Space, and Technology Committees and Paul Tesluk, Bentley's Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs.
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"The Impact of AI: The Bentley-Gallup Report" panel discussion
Oct. 26, 12:30-1:50pm
Wilder Pavilion
Professors Mareike Mohlmann and Pengbo Liu and data scientist David Pope will join a panel hosted by Noah Giansiracusa for a discussion of the fears and opportunities related to AI that surfaced in the Bentley-Gallup survey.
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"Lessons from the Bentley-Gallup Business in Society Report" Hoffman Center for Business Ethics panel discussion
Nov. 2, 11:00am-12:00pm
In this virtual discussion, Professor Jill Brown, Steve Harris (Lincoln Financial) and Francis Hyatt (Liberty Mutual) will discuss the question, "Are Businesses a Force for Good? Should They Be?"

"Health is Big Business" Falcon Discovery Seminar event
Nov. 8, time TBD
LaCava Executive Dining Room
Faculty will host a discussion with students about the health industry including price transparency -- Do Americans know how much their health care costs before receiving it? -- featuring Bentley-Gallup survey findings, along with other timely health industry topics.

"How Can Business Be a Force for Good in Society?" Falcon Discovery Seminar event
Dec. 5, 6-7:45pm
LaCava Executive Dining Room
Faculty will host an interactive discussion with students about some of the timely Bentley-Gallup survey findings including: Is the four-day workweek the answer to our unhappy workforce? When should businesses speak out on public issues?