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20 laps, 30 miles, one well, many lives

Author: Carol Elliott

At 6 a.m. on May 3, Michael Meyer will start off on a 30-mile trek that will take him around the University of Notre Dame campus 20 times. The reason for the Notre Dame accountancy teacher's trek is part of a story that goes back four years and thousands of miles to a small, very poor country in equatorial Africa, Burkina Faso.

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New book offers strategies for engaging millennials for ethical leadership

Author: William G. Gilroy

The prevailing views on millennials are well-known, having been repeated frequently by the popular media and echoed by “back in my day” parents. Millennials are narcissistic. Millennials are entitled and don’t want to pay their dues. Millennials need hand-holding at work and are high-maintenance. Millennials are job-hoppers.…

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Mendoza teams place 1st and 2nd in case competition

Author: Carol Elliott

Two teams of University of Notre Dame MBA students received first- and second-place prizes during the Arthur W. Page Society 2015 Case Study Competition. The Society, which announced the awards April 2, sponsors the annual competition in alliance with the Institute for Public Relations for the writing of original case studies by students pursuing a degree focused on corporate communications and public relations.…

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