The Mendoza College Graduate Alumni Relations Department is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2013 alumni awards recognizing service to the business community.
Notre Dame Nonprofit Executive Programs will offer a two-day conference for those interested in learning more about how to define and measure their organization’s social impact.
The Mendoza College will host GM CEO Daniel Akerson as the speaker for its graduate commencement ceremony on May 18.
The Gigot Center for Entrepreneurship awarded more than $300,000 in cash and in-kind prizes to the finalists of the annual McCloskey Business Plan Competition.
The Gigot Center for Entrepreneurship is hosting a Venture Fair to showcase more than 40 startups as part of its annual McCloskey Business Plan Competition events.
Twelve teams will move to the semifinalist round of the annual McCloskey Business Plan Competition to compete for more than $300,000 in prizing.
The Notre Dame MBA earned high marks in peer and recruiter ratings, as well as placement and salary numbers in the 2014 USN&WR b-school ranking.
As part of a social media analytics course, Notre Dame MBA students made videos to promote the program with themes ranging from zombie invasion to kids talking business.
Twenty-six alums representing each of the Mendoza College graduate programs will help promote alumni relations and events as part of the Mendoza Graduate Alumni Board.
A new initiative will help Mendoza College alumnae find opportunities to serve on corporate and nonprofit boards.
The 2013 Ten Years Hence Lecture Series features experts in a broad range of fields and interests exploring the issues, ideas and trends likely to affect business and society in the next 10 years.
The Notre Dame Career Development Office and MBAA will host a networking event in Chicago on January 25 for alumni and area recruiters.
Patrick Perrella, director of ND MBA Career Development, was named the recipient of the Shea Award for his efforts to promote club growth and ND-recruiter relations.
The Mendoza College will offer a new graduate business degree program for individuals with non-business bachelor’s degrees and little or no work experience.
Top marks in the Bloomberg Businessweek specialty ranking went to the Notre Dame MBA program for its integration of ethics into the curriculum and student experience.
As its annual business plan competition moves to the second round, the Gigot Center for Entrepreneurship already is seeing record numbers of plans and participants.
Longtime Mendoza College Finance Professor Jeffrey Bergstrand will become the associate dean for graduate studies beginning July 1, 2013.
Toms Shoes, others win EthicMark awards recognizing advertising campaigns that promote the use of marketing for social good.
After Hurricane Sandy devastated parts of the East Coast, MBA alum Anand Mitra gathered friends and funds to help out residents of a high-rise community.
Winners of the innovative online competition proposed solutions to a Sprint case study that looked at mobile technology and “the graying of America.”
The Notre Dame MBA program jumped up four spots to land at No. 20 in the 2012 Bloomberg Businessweek ranking of the best b-schools.
Deloitte CEO Barry Salzberg will speak on corporate leadership and dedicate the Notre Dame Deloitte Center for Ethical Leadership during his visit to Notre Dame.
Mary Hanafin, a prominent Irish politician, educator and legislator, will speak about the global economy on November 15th at the Mendoza College of Business.
Byung T. Cho, professor emeritus of management at the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business, passed away October 15th.
The University of Notre Dame Executive Education has named Suzanne Thoren Waller as director of Degree Programs, responsible for leading Notre Dame’s two Executive MBA (EMBA) programs in South Bend and Chicago.
Jimmy John Liautaud, founder of the Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches franchise, will describe how he rose to success from a modest start in a converted garage when he was just 19 years old.
Social entrepreneurs from across the globe will gather at Notre Dame for the Irish Impact Conference to discuss how entrepreneurial ventures can impact large-scale social problems.
Notre Dame MBA earned the designation of Military Friendly School, a recognition given to the top 15 percent of schools offering programs supporting the educational goals of America’s military service members and veterans.
Fall lecture series Entrepreneurial Insights offers a slate of speakers with broad experience and varied backgrounds who can discuss their entrepreneurial journeys.
The annual fall Berges Lecture Series features top executives discussing the challenges and rewards of ethics-based leadership.