Prospective student wins the first ND MBA virtual case competition with a plan for coffee company Green Mountain to involve consumers in community projects.
Brian Lohr, director of M.B.A. admissions, is quoted in this U.S. News & World Report article about integrating PPI results into the admissions process.
Jeffrey Hollender, founder of Seventh Generation products, says taxes, incentives and regulations encourage businesses to behave the ‘wrong way’
Jeffrey Hollender, Co-founder Seventh Generation and The American Sustainable Business Council, speaks to students as part of the Ten Years Hence Speaker Series at the Mendoza College of Business.
Notre Dame accountancy professor Bill Nichols says no consensus exists yet about how to measure and report sustainability.
Ethics Week 2011 kicks off Monday at the Mendoza College of Business.
Assistant Dean Sam Gaglio is quoted in this Observer article about the possibility of capping future enrollment.
University of Notre Dame and Saint Mary’s College accountancy students in the Vivian Harrington Gray Tax Assistance Program (TAP) will provide free income tax return preparation to low-income and disabled taxpayers.
The Mendoza College of Business will host several speakers next week to mark Ethics Week 2011.
Ethics Week 2011 will cover a wide range of current topics including sustainability efforts on a college campus, analyzing how sustainability can be measured by accountants or promoted by marketers, to exploring the promise of alternative energy sources.
Finance professor Jeff Bergstrand is quoted in this Daily Finance article about inflation rates in China.
Tom Cosimano, finance professor, is quoted in this Bankrate.com article about how the implementation of Dodd-Frank will affect consumers.
Dean Carolyn Woo and marketing professor Timothy Gilbride joined 16 Sunday Morning’s Focus on Faith to talk about their project “Maintaining a Spiritual Life: Navigating the Temptations of a Competitive Society”.
The Mendoza College of Business is hosting a virtual case competition where individual participants can analyze a real-life business challenge offered by Green Mountain Coffee Roasters
Peter Senge, author The Fifth Discipline, says current global production and delivery systems are unsustainable.
Barbara J. Krumsiek, CEO and president of Calvert Group, Ltd., presented a Ten Years Hence talk on Jan. 28, 2011.
Carol Phillips, adjunct professor in the Department of Marketing and owner of Brand Amplitudes is quoted in this article.
Net Impact founder Mark Albion discussed "Leadership for the Greater Good.”