Bentley University Faculty
For more than 100 years, Bentley University has been a national leader in business education thanks to the tireless work and efforts of our professors
One of the key strengths behind our graduate school are the professors and faculty at Bentley. When you sign up for a class, you can be guaranteed it has a professor who is passionate about their subject matter and enjoys passing that knowledge along. Learn more about a featured few of our professors in our below Q&A series, where they discuss how they get started teaching, what research they are working on, and their favorite thing about working with Bentley graduate students.
A professor in both Accountancy and Information and Process Management, Jane Fedorowicz holds a PhD from Carnegie Mellon University. She enjoys researching real world problems with an interdisciplinary perspective, like her work on public safety networks and police use of social media.
Linda F. Edelman is a Professor of Strategic Management and the Chair of the Management Department. Her research examines small firms, women, and nascent entrepreneurs. She has published in many of the top journals in her area, serves on four editorial boards and is the author of three books. She teaches strategic management and innovation to all level of students and to executives.
A Professor of Marketing, Paul D. Berger’s teaching interests include core statistics, marketing research, research methodology, experimental design, and data analysis. He holds a Ph.D. from the Sloan School at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Roland Hubscher’s main teaching interests are intelligent user interfaces and user experience design; in his research, he collaborates with colleagues from educational psychology, physics, and computer science. He enjoys working with Bentley students from a wide range of backgrounds who are looking to make the world a better place through design.
Mingfei Li loves the passion for data analytics and data science that Bentley students bring to their studies. An Associate Professor of Mathematical Sciences, her main teaching interests include applied game theory, applied statistics and simulations, decision theory, and business analytics.
Mystica Alexander’s previous career as a tax attorney prepared her well for the challenges of teaching at Bentley, where she finds students are eager and ready to learn and lean into the material. Her teaching interests include the legal and ethical business environment, federal income taxation of corporations and shareholders, and tax research methodology. She holds a JD from Harvard University Law School.