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Wealth of Words: New FinTech Course Explores Language-Based AI

May 13, 2024
Finance may be an industry dominated by numbers but David Pope ’90 believes that words hold the key to creating high-performing portfolios.Investors are increasingly using AI tools to inform their financial decisions, the lecturer in Finance (and Bentley…

Faculty Recognized for Classroom Creativity and Commitment

May 3, 2024
When Harry C. Bentley established his eponymous School of Accounting and Finance in 1917, his impetus was innovation.  As Cliff Putney, associate professor and chair of the university’s History department, writes in his definitive account of the education…

How Female Directors Boost Bottom Lines

March 26, 2024
When it comes to corporate decision-making in America, women are woefully underrepresented: Despite making up 58% of the nation’s workforce, they hold just 28% of C-suite positions and 29% of corporate board seats.  According to Kristi Minnick, Bentley’s…

Clean Bill(s) of Health: The Push for Price Transparency

March 22, 2024
Whether inside his classroom or in discussions with policymakers in Washington, D.C., Ben Chartock likes to talk about why so many Americans struggle to access affordable health care.The assistant professor of Economics, who has spent the past decade studying…

Research Considers Returns on “Maximum Fair Price” of Medicare Drugs

March 12, 2024

Professors Honored for Research and Teaching Excellence

February 16, 2024
Each year, Bentley University recognizes a select group of faculty members for their original and impactful research, innovative educational offerings and unwavering devotion to students’ success, both in and out of the classroom.  Here, we celebrate the…

9 Fascinating Facts About Dan Everett

February 1, 2024
An internationally recognized linguist, anthropologist and philosopher, Dan Everett has been hailed as “the closest thing we have to a real-life Indiana Jones.”  During a distinguished career spanning nearly 50 years — the last 14 of them at Bentley,…

Professor, Alumna Hope to Educate and Inspire Readers in New Book, “This Era of Black Activism”

January 12, 2024
During a 1965 commencement address at Oberlin College in Ohio — the first institute of higher education in the U.S. to admit Black students — Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., shared his unwavering belief that Black Americans would prevail in the struggle for…

Professor Dan Everett Featured in New Nat Geo Documentary

December 7, 2023
A former Christian missionary turned unapologetic atheist, Dan Everett — longtime Bentley Sociology professor and internationally recognized linguist, anthropologist and author — is uniquely qualified to comment on the ethical implications of evangelism.…

How to Build More Sustainable Supply Chains in a Globalized World

November 13, 2023
The supply chain has emerged from the business landscape as a critical determinant of a company’s resilience and viability — in recent years, the COVID-19 pandemic taught the business world that a company is only as strong as the weakest link in its supply… Challenges of Sourcing Sustainable Global Suppliers However, while the demand for sustainability is loud and clear, the path to achieving it in today’s globalized world is not without challenges. For multinational corporations, in particular, sourcing for…