Eliza Gedney, who was injured in last year’s bomb blasts during the Boston Marathon, is running the event this year to raise funds for fellow victims.
The Mendoza College ranked as the No. 1 undergraduate business school by Bloomberg Businessweek for the fifth year in a row.
AACSB International, the global accrediting body for business schools, recently confirmed Mendoza College’s continuing accreditation.
Javier Palomarez, CEO of the nation’s largest Hispanic business group, will serve as speaker for the Mendoza College Graduate Programs Commencement.
For the second year, former and current NFL players gathered at Notre Dame for a four-day conference focused on entrepreneurship and investing for impact.
The annual Making a Living Making a Difference Series showcases experts who discuss how to have a career that accomplishes both challenges.
The Notre Dame MBA ranked No. 23 on the just-released USN&WR survey of best graduate business programs.
Thanks to the strength of the ND alumni network, ND MBA earned a global ranking of No. 6 for “potential to network” on The Economist survey of top business schools.
The annual Wilkie Award, which recognizes thought leadership in marketing, was given to Jagdish N. Sheth of Emory University.
U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Dan Nevins will describe his journey of recovery after suffering traumatic injury while stationed in Iraq.
Ben Reuler of anti-poverty organization LIFT will discuss career path in the nonprofit industry as part of ND’s Making a Living Making a Difference series.
Kristin McAndrew brings 18 years of experience to her new role as the director of ND MBA and MSB admissions.
The annual Notre Dame Ethics Week features speakers presenting a variety of perspectives of how a business career can mean the opportunity to impact others for the better.
Mendoza College’s annual Ten Years Hence lecture series brings in experts to discuss major trends in a range of industries in the next decade.
Investment group selects Finance Prof. Cremers research into emerging market investing for academic award.
Martijn Cremers, Pengjie (Paul) Gao, Robert Battalio and Shane Corwin recently won Q awards for their academic research projects with potential applications in investment management.
Kaitlin Wowak’s study examining how companies manage food recalls won a research award from the Decision Sciences Institute.
Notre Dame MBA and corporate partner Coca-Cola select the top three winners of the Mini Deep-Dive Challenge online case competition.
Father Oliver Williams’ new book provides a comprehensive look at corporate social responsibility and how CSR might change the world for the better.
The Notre Dame EMBA ranked No. 15 among the nation’s top programs in the just-released Bloomberg Businessweek survey.
Participants in the annual McCloskey Business Plan Competition compete for prizes worth more than $300,000, but the real value is what they gain in expert advice and mentorship.
Irish Impact Social Entrepreneurship Conference hosted NYT columnist and author David Bornstein as the keynote speaker for its annual event.
The Irish Impact Social Entrepreneurship Conference will gather hundreds of entrepreneurs, experts and students during the three-day event.
The 2013 John A. Berges Lecture Series in Business Ethics lecture series focuses on a broad set of topics and speakers.
The MSA program rose to a No. 4 ranking while the undergraduate accountancy program rated No. 5 in the nation, according to a just-release survey of top accountancy programs.
Boardroom Insights features executives from top companies discussing current trends in their industries as well as insights from their professional experience.
The Notre Dame Mini Deep Dive Challenge has partnered with Coca-Cola to sponsor an online case competition that asks participants to put forward their best ideas for solving the global water crisis.
The Notre Dame MBA One-Year Program now no longer requires applicants to have an undergraduate business degree.
EMBA alum Andrew Kahl discusses his career path and his perspective on being a member of the Mendoza Graduate Alumni Board.
Mendoza College alums now can access a powerful database of company and industry profiles through Business Insight: Essentials, available through myNotreDame.