While MBAs are busy in the classroom, their families sometimes find themselves at loose ends in a new community. The Notre Dame MBA Family Life Program plans activities that draw spouses and kids together.
In December, 19 Notre Dame MBA students left for war-torn countries as part of their coursework for Business on the Frontlines, an innovative course that studies how economies restart after violent conflict.
Annual survey of accountancy educators gives high marks to Mendoza College undergraduate and graduate students.
Louis Gentine (ND, ’97)
The Notre Dame nonprofit education program has the new name of Nonprofit Professional Development to reflect its expanded offerings in certificate executive education.
Carol Phillips, adjunct professor of marketing at the University of Notre Dame, comments about common misconceptions baby boomers have about Millennials and the marketing implications.
For the pinning ceremony to honor his promotion in the U.S. Marine Corps, MBA student Jeff Hsu chose the Notre Dame campus as the site and MBA Admission Director Brian Lohr to do the official pinning honors.
Great ideas for marketing NASCAR earned a team of Notre Dame undergraduates first place in a semester-long marketing competition.
Management Professor Oliver Williams is quoted about the ethical perspective involved in the payout of large bonuses to banking executives.
BusinessWeek ranked the Notre Dame EMBA program 20th and the Executive Education custom programs 19th in its biennial survey of the top 25 executive education programs in the world.
In 1982, product tampering caused seven deaths of people who took the painkiller, Tylenol. Speaker John R. Mullen will talk about how maker Johnson & Johnson handled the crisis.
It’s crucial for businesses to anticipate demand in order to manage their inventory, but too often, they rely on outdated tools or models. Finance Professor Barry Keating discusses the mistakes businesses often make, and how they can improve forecasts.
November 2009, South Bend Tribune quotes finance major, Matt Dabaco, on E-Society
Entrepreneurs have an opportunity to win up to a total of $40,000 in cash prizes during the 2009-10 Notre Dame Business Plan Competition, hosted by the Gigot Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at the University of Notre Dame.
Dean Carolyn Woo describes entrepreneurial efforts she witnessed during her trips to Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Finance Professor Jeffrey Bergstrand was quoted in an Associated Press story about whether the job market is recovering. Bergstrand said that although there are positive signs, corporations are still in the cost-cutting mode.
Texas oilman T. Boone Pickens presented his energy plan to an audience of 600-plus at a Notre Dame town hall meeting on Oct. 26.
A year ago, business failures began erupting across our economy. And in the ensuing months, thousands lost jobs and their hopes for a stable future. Homes were foreclosed, factories shut down. And the pain felt by American households has been deep.
October 2009, Reuters.com mentions the Mendoza College of Business MBA ranking in the Aspen Institute’s Beyond Grey Pinstripes survey
The Notre Dame MBA program earned a No. 5 spot on the Aspen Institute’s Beyond Grey Pinstripes ranking. The ranking measures a school’s integration of social, environmental and ethical issues into its curriculum.
Students in Management Professor James S. O’Rourke’s Corporate Communication class analyze ethical and reputational issues.
The Center for the Study of Financial Regulation at the Mendoza College will examine regulatory decisions, with the aim of bringing more faculty research and expertise into policy decisions.
October 2009, BusinessWeek quotes Patrick Perrella, Director of MBA Career Development
October 2009, BusinessWeek quotes Logan Snyder (MBA ’10) and Brian Lohr, Director of MBA Admissions
Energy executive T. Boone Pickens will conduct a town hall meeting to discuss his Pickens Plan for U.S. energy independence from imported oil at 5 p.m. Oct. 26 (Monday) at the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center at the University of Notre Dame.
GE’s Jeff Immelt and Keith Sherin presented the 2009 GE Live forum, “Winning in Today’s World,” live from the campus of the University of Notre Dame on Oct. 6.
Carolyn Y. Woo, dean of the Mendoza College of Business, spoke on Oct. 6 at a United Nations event dedicated to the importance of business ethics and morality in the global marketplace.
For the first time, the Notre Dame MBA Orientation week included a day of service in the community. The aim was to introduce students right away to an important aspect of a Notre Dame education — service to others.
Improvements to the Information Technology Management lab at the Mendoza College of Business will help students develop applications for the iPhone and other multitouch applications, among other projects.
Christopher Hammond, ND’ 95