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President Donald Trump has announced that America’s opioid epidemic has risen to the level of a “public health emergency.” But will Trump’s plan be enough to make a dent in America’s opioid crisis? Bentley University Professor Miriam Boeri discusses what’s causing the opioid epidemic and how to address it.
Economics Professor Aaron Jackson discusses John Taylor’s possible approach to leading the Fed.
President Gloria Larson discusses her tips for coping with a competitive co-worker.
Associate director of admissions the McCallum Graduate School of Business at Bentley explains how graduate assistantships and industry scholarships can help finance an MBA.
Director of Diversity and Inclusion Katie Lampley explains how unconscious biases could be preventing business school programs from reaching their goals for diversity.
Law, Taxation, and Financial Planning Lecturer Kathleen Burns Kingsbury discusses the importance of emotional connections between financial advisors and their clients.
Bentley Professor of Management Mark Davis is an internationally renowned expert who has taught about customer service at Bentley for more than 30 years. Co-author of four textbooks, author of dozens of journal articles, and presenter at dozens of conferences, Davis helped put Bentley University at the center of service and operations scholarship by founding the annual Art & Science of Service Conference. He’s a leading authority on what keeps customers loyal to companies and how companies can provide customers with great experiences.
A Bentley University professor and a visiting scholar are at the forefront of climate change research and conversation. From studying glacial melting during the Last Ice Age to being on the front lines of "the climate wars," they're leading the way to better understanding this critical global challenge.
Senior Lecturer of Law, Taxation and Financial Planning Steve Weisman shares how consumers can protect themselves from cybercrime.