Honors, Awards, and Recognition: Fall 2019
Bentley recognizes its faculty, staff, and students for their awards, honors, and other achievements.
Bentley University's Office of Systems, Networks and Telecommunications has been awarded the 2019 E&I National Cloud Leadership Award for their use of cloud technology. The E&I Cloud Leadership Awards recognize higher education technology leadership teams that are implementing innovative solutions at their institutions using cloud applications. Bentley was specifically recognized for its use of cloud technologies to address overall institutional backup and disaster recovery needs.
Mark Frydenberg, senior lecturer of Computer Information Systems, has been invited to participate on a panel at the University of New Hampshire's 2019 Agile Summit. The goal of the summit is to provide an opportunity for organizations and individuals to take a day to explore their understanding of Agility.
Connor Hogan, a senior at Bentley University, competed and won the title of Young Tax Professional of the Year by US Ernst & Young. EY Young Tax Professional of the Year is an international competition designed to reward and foster the next generation of tax leaders.
Esther Tetreault, a Bentley University alum and the co-owner of the Trillium Brewing Company, has opened a new location in Fenway for the brewing company that is greenhouse-inspired space. The taproom is the latest addition to Trillium’s growing list of locations.
Chester B. Slade Professor of Accounting and Information Systems Jane Fedorowicz served as co-chair of the prestigious 2019 International Conference on Information Systems in Munich, Germany. Several other faculty members assisted with organizing the event, including Monica Garfield, professor of Computer Information Systems; Jeff Proudfoot, assistant professor of Information and Process Management; and Martin Wiener, associate professor of Information and Process Management.