Bentley professor Ian Cross forged a first-of-its-kind partnership with the digital marketing platform HubSpot, giving Bentley students an advantage in their post-college job search.
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TOPIC: Classroom Technology
Bentley’s original Classroom Building — renamed in 1997 to honor the generosity of Gary Jennison ’66, H ’98 — went back online in January after a seven-month makeover.
Professor of Economics Laura Jackson Young comments on a new tool for teaching economics and personal finance that mirrors a fantasy sports league.
Senior Lecturer of Computer and Information Systems and Director of the CIS Sandbox Mark Frydenberg discusses how Bentley students are working with students in Romania to learn about augmented reality applications in the business world.
Senior Lecturer of Computer Information Systems Mark Frydenberg explains how Bentley creates a shared space for learning new technology through its CIS Sandbox.
Bentley's Academic Technology Center is highlighted for helping professors utilize the newest technologies to enhance their teaching practices.
The story of Bentley’s campus begins in a single room that housed a whist club. We all know of the school’s decades on Boylston street in Boston before moving to Waltham. But the story has an even more improbable start in this obscure card room in the Chambers Huntington building located on Huntington Avenue.
Bentley’s Computer Information Systems program is ranked number 24 in the nation by PayScale.
Director of Library and Academic Technology Laurie Sutch, and comments on the importance of being cost effective when implementing technology in university learning spaces.
Chip Wiggins, dean of business and the McCallum Graduate School of Business, discusses Bentley's unique MBA learning spaces.