Pat Flynn, Trustee Professor of Economics and Management and former dean of Bentley’s McCallum Graduate School of Business, serves as co-chair of the Principles for Responsible Management Education’s Working Group on Gender Equality. In this role she has to date been co-editor of two books on gender equality and two on sustainability issues in business and in management education
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TOPIC: Academic Fusion
As W.B. Yeats, Chinua Achebe and Jared Diamond have all famously noted: things fall apart. Collapse seems inevitable in any system, nothing lasts forever and entropy abounds in the universe. A book by Bentley’s Charlie Hadlock, which won the university’s “Outstanding Scholarly Contribution” award, analyzes the specific types of collapse.
Please peruse the following select examples of our faculty research efforts that have either been published or accepted by leading outlets, as well as examples of awards and honors our faculty have received. For previous lists, click here.
Hosted by the Dean of Business, the Dean of Arts and Sciences, and the Jeanne and Dan Valente Center for Arts and Sciences, the Bentley community recently came together to toast faculty members who have published a book in the past academic year (2016-2017). Books and covers were on display for guests to peruse and enjoy.
Bentley Professor of English and Media Studies Gesa Kirsch has been awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend grant to study the Woman’s Medical Journal, which circulated nationwide from 1893 to 1952, along with the network of women doctors that it helped foster.
De León Griffin, an associate professor of modern languages at Bentley, is a scholar of cartonera, which is the act of making books by hand out of cardboard trash.
The “Suburban Opioid Study” will focus on suburban populations of opioid and heroin users including interviews with users and former users in and around Boston, New Haven, Conn., and Atlanta. With Associate Professor of Sociology Miriam Boeri as co-principal investigator along with a colleague at Southern Connecticut State University, Bentley will receive $142,025 of the $341,565 grant, the first NIH grant to a Bentley faculty member.
Health Thought Leadership Network crosses disciplines, collects insights
The statistic that best summarizes why business and health care must join forces may be this one: The United States spends more on health care by far than any other country, but ranks 42nd in global life expectancy.
The Russian Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Linguistics held a special session on the scholarship of Bentley’s Dean of Arts and Sciences and Interim Co-Provost, Daniel K.