Dean Carolyn Woo and others from the University of Notre Dame are traveling to Uganda to help the USCCB and its effort to build leadership in the African Church.
During its 20 years in the Mendoza College, the Fanning Center has witnessed tremendous change in business communication and the way it is taught.
Marketing Professor John Sherry recently won an outstanding paper award for his research into the American Girl brand and how themed brand stores create powerful consumer experiences.
Executive Education faculty, alumni and corporate partners were honored for their contributions to innovation and values-based leadership during the department’s annual banquet.
The second annual conference, sponsored by the Center for the Study of Financial Regulation, will examine a number of current issues regarding financial markets and proposed regulatory reforms.
The integration of behavioral science and business ethics is the subject of Notre Dame’s annual business ethics conference, held May 21-22 in downtown Chicago.
Cincinnati.com quotes marketing professor Patrick Murphy about Procter & Gamble’s encounter with the oline world of bloggers and social networking
WSBT interviews Marketing Professor Pat Murphy about the future of video stores
The Mendoza College earned the most top-10 specialty rankings in a recently released Bloomberg Businessweek survey.
Mendoza College team tackles a case competition involving the integration of profitability with social concerns for a global giant.
Business plan winners included undergraduates, graduates and alums for ventures ranging from recycling water bottles to travel services for students.
A business approach catering to the needs of college students studying abroad has claimed top prize in the 10th annual McCloskey Business Plan Competition at the University of Notre Dame.