The worst of the economic fallout may be behind us, according to Finance Professor Jeffrey Bergstrand. But he expects the recovery to be a slow climb, lasting through 2010.
William L. Wilkie was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of his outstanding contributions in the field of marketing and society, public policy and marketing ethics. Wilkie is among the most-cited authors in the field of marketing.
Leaders in industry, design, real estate and teaching are among those honored for contributions to the Executive Education program.
Following public outrage over AIG executive bonuses, Professor Patrick Murphy explains the difference between “legal” and “ethical” actions.
The Mendoza College of Business jumped a spot to No. 2 nationally in BusinessWeek’s fourth annual ranking of “The Best Undergrad B-Schools.”
Notre Dame MBA students pay a special visit to the New York Stock Exchange during a weeklong stay full of networking with Wall Street professionals.
Volunteer tax preparers honored for community service.
Two students, Stephanie Eng and William Buzaid, were chosen to receive the 2008 Eugene D. Fanning Award for their excellence in communication skills and exemplary personal characteristics.
The Mendoza College of Business endorses the United Nations-backed global initiative, Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME).