Fellows of the Young African Leaders Initiative can’t wait to apply business and nonprofit knowledge in their home countries.
Yes, she’s an economist who loves “Freakonomics,” but Collett-Schmitt also is inspired by classic novels, Kennedy biographies and children’s books.
Larry and Jane Arseniadis, both MBA ’78, say Notre Dame and the Mendoza College have been a blessing in their personal and professional lives.
African leaders from 17 countries learn business and entrepreneurship at the Mendoza College of Business.
This WSJ Online article reports on a survey finding that Notre Dame is among the top three undergraduate universities when CEOs and CFOs share an alma mater.
Dean Roger Huang attended a June conference in Rome dedicated to “impact investing,” a model of business that combines profit-making with social good.
African leaders from 17 countries travel to the University of Notre Dame, where they are training for six weeks in business and entrepreneurship at the Mendoza College of Business.
South Bend-based Stay Metrics has named Management Professor Tim Judge director of research.