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BentleyAlert Snow Update- Jan. 29

Campus will be closed on Saturday, Jan. 29 due to the incoming winter storm. Dining locations and the Falcon Market will be open to support on-campus residents. Shuttle service will be suspended on Saturday and is expected to resume on Sunday pending safe road conditions. On-campus students can contact University Police at 781-891-2201 for routine needs or 781-891-3131 for a police, fire, or medical emergency.

In the News

Brands let customers opt out of Valentine's Day deluge

Axios |

Marketing Professor Susan Dobscha says brands can build trust by giving consumers more options and allowing them to feel in control.

Bentley Researchers Say Govt. Price Controls Wouldn’t Hurt Innovation

Inside Health Policy |

Director of the Center for Integration of Science and Industry, Fred Ledley, is interviewed about research from the center focused on drug pricing.

China-Based Auditors Pose Risks for U.S. Companies, Study Shows

Wall Street Journal |

Research co-authored by John E. Rhodes Professor of Accountancy Rani Hoitash reveals more than one in three U.S. public companies use overseas accounting firms to do at least 5% of their audit. 

Protecting yourself within the Internet of things


Senior Lecturer Steve Weisman is interviewed about how consumers can stay safe online.

How to Build a Successful Upskilling Program

Harvard Business Review |

Management Lecturer Susan Vroman co-authors an article offering strategies to help organizational leaders identify the skills and competencies that employees will find valuable. 

'I spoke my dream into existence.' Framingham church hosts annual King breakfast

Metrowest Daily News |

President Brent Chrite is the keynote speaker at the Greater Framingham Community Church's Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast. 

Best Business Credit Card Practices

Wallet Hub |

Finance Lecturer George Raftopoulos offers tips for identifying the best credit to use for business purposes.

10 women who built companies on social media and booked thousands in revenue during the pandemic share their best tips for growing a business

Business Insider |

Bentley graduate Madeline Ronzoni ’21 is featured for launching her company, Happy Rugs, while studying marketing at Bentley.

How one private university is leveling tuition to attract first-generation students

University Business |

Vice President for Enrollment Management Carolina Figueroa shares how the BentleyFirst program is opening up access to students that may not be thinking about going to a private institution.

Johnson & Johnson Faces Yet Another Crisis Situation This Year

Forbes |

Professor of Information Design and Corporate Communication Jason Zhou weighs in on how Johnson & Johnson can save its reputation after a panel of US experts voted to recommend the Pfizer and Moderna Covid-19 vaccines over Johnson & Johnson's, which has been linked to deadly side effects.