The NSHMBA Conference and Career Expo in Chicago is expected to draw more than 8,000 MBA professionals, students and academics during the three-day event.
The Notre Dame EMBA’s program’s high ratings by alumni and corporations earned the school a ranking of No. 6 among programs worldwide.
The Mendoza College’s website was recognized by the Web Marketing Association for its innovative design.
Business on the Frontlines, a signature course of the Notre Dame MBA, earned recognition from Bloomberg Businessweek for its innovative curriculum that combines classroom and field studies.
The Notre Dame MBA program was designated as a “military friendly” school for its efforts to “embrace America’s veterans as students.”
Nonprofit Executive Programs at the Mendoza College of Business are partnering with the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce to provide leadership development.
The Mendoza College of Business received a Brillante Award given by the National Society of Hispanic MBAs in recognition for its support to the Hispanic community.
Representatives from the Mendoza College participated in the United Nations Global Compact Leaders Summit, where top business executives were urged to usher in a new age of sustainability.
The nonprofit business degree program is partnering with the Peace Corps to provide a scholarship for a newly returned volunteer.
By the time the new school year begins, Mendoza College Dean Carolyn Woo will have logged more than 62,000 miles during the summer months as she travels to four continents to talk about the growing importance for business ethics.
Finance Professor Jeff Bergstrand says that China’s recent decision to allows its currency to appreciate will encourage U.S. exports to the country.
Business communication expert James O’Rourke of Notre Dame describes BP’s critical crisis management missteps in the Gulf Coast oil disaster and the steps the company needs to take now to repair its image.
Dean Carolyn Woo and others from the University of Notre Dame are traveling to Uganda to help the USCCB and its effort to build leadership in the African Church.
Marketing Professor John Sherry recently won an outstanding paper award for his research into the American Girl brand and how themed brand stores create powerful consumer experiences.
Executive Education faculty, alumni and corporate partners were honored for their contributions to innovation and values-based leadership during the department’s annual banquet.
The second annual conference, sponsored by the Center for the Study of Financial Regulation, will examine a number of current issues regarding financial markets and proposed regulatory reforms.
The integration of behavioral science and business ethics is the subject of Notre Dame’s annual business ethics conference, held May 21-22 in downtown Chicago.
The Mendoza College earned the most top-10 specialty rankings in a recently released Bloomberg Businessweek survey.
Mendoza College team tackles a case competition involving the integration of profitability with social concerns for a global giant.
Business plan winners included undergraduates, graduates and alums for ventures ranging from recycling water bottles to travel services for students.
The Management Department has established a leadership award in commemoration of long-time professor Bob Vecchio.
Jerry White, an activist known for his work to ban landmines, will be the speaker at the 2010 Graduate Commencement for the Mendoza College of Business.
The Gigot Center announced Notre Dame alumna Laura Hirschfeld Hollis as its new director. Hollis most recently served as the associate director for the University of Illinois’ entrepreneurial program.
The new agreement between Notre Dame Nonprofit Executive Program and the YMCA USA will help Y executives transition to leadership roles.
Ray Offenheiser, president of Oxfam America, will speak on nonprofit careers as part of the “Making a Living Making a Difference” series.
The Mendoza College Commencement Web site provides news and information about the College and University 2010 ceremonies.
Whole Foods CEO John Mackey will talk about trends in conscious capitalism at part of the Ten Years Hence Speaker Series.
Management Professor Matt Bloom was recently awarded a $500,000 Lilly Endowment grant for his “Flourishing in Ministry” project, which studies well-being at work in the caring professions.
Notre Dame’s Mendoza College earned the top spot in the Bloomberg BusinessWeek annual ranking of undergraduate business schools, moving up from second position in 2009.
Finance Professor Robert Battalio says recent SEC regulation that restrict the practice of short selling will be costly.