Javier Palomarez was only 3 years old when his mother moved him and his nine siblings from Texas to northwest Indiana, just south of the University of Notre Dame. They were migrant workers picking crops by hand and living in a one-room shack with no running water.
Javier Palomarez, president and CEO of the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, spoke at the Mendoza College of Business Graduate Ceremony on May 17, 2014.
It’s never too early to talk Irish Football, and before we know it, tailgate season will be here! This season, the Mendoza College of Business will host three tailgates for graduate business alumni, students, faculty and staff.
Business alumni are encouraged to save the dates for the 2014 Mendoza tailgates for Notre Dame football home games.
Yvonne Delgadillo MNA ’12 finds a new career and a new opportunity to serve in community development.
Tom Bullock, Staff Accountant, Accountancy is a 2014 Presidential Award Recipient for his work with the Tax Assistance Program.
This Entrepreneur article mentions the Invest for Impact conference that was developed jointly with NFL Player Engagement, the Stayer Center for Executive Education and the Gigot Center for Entrepreneurship.
Kaitlin Wowak is quoted in this Detroit Free Press article on the beef recall and its long-term damage to Wolverine’s business.
Vennli was founded by Marketing Professor Joe Urbany and Gary Gigot, a 1972 graduate and current member of the Mendoza College of Business Advisory Council.
Poets & Quants rated the Notre Dame Executive MBA as 15th in the world in its newly released ranking.
Finance Professor Robert Battalio is mentioned in this Bloomberg article on Sang Lucci Capital Partners letting researchers examine its trades.
The Los Angeles Daily News quotes Finance Professor Richard Sheehan on the sale of the Clippers.
Carl Ackermann, Kristen Collett-Schmitt and Alison Levey of the Mendoza College of Business are honored for their work.