Dean Carolyn Woo will provide welcoming and introductory comments at the inaugural Nanotechnology New Ventures Competition at at Purdue University.
The Center for Ethics and Religious Values in Business along with the United Nations Global Compact Office and the Principles for Responsible Management Education Initiative will host a Global Compact conference.
Corey Angst, assistant professor of Management, published the results of the first and only class taught using Apple’s new wireless tablet computer.
For the second year in a row, Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business has received a top national ranking.
In this Financial Times interview, Dean Carolyn Woo states she admires those who demonstrate that business can attain both economic success and social good.
Jeffrey Hollender, Co-founder Seventh Generation and The American Sustainable Business Council, speaks to students as part of the Ten Years Hence Speaker Series at the Mendoza College of Business.
Ethics Week 2011 kicks off Monday at the Mendoza College of Business.
The Mendoza College of Business will host several speakers next week to mark Ethics Week 2011.
Dean Carolyn Woo and marketing professor Timothy Gilbride joined 16 Sunday Morning’s Focus on Faith to talk about their project “Maintaining a Spiritual Life: Navigating the Temptations of a Competitive Society”.
The Mendoza College of Business is hosting a virtual case competition where individual participants can analyze a real-life business challenge offered by Green Mountain Coffee Roasters
Richard Jennings (ND, ’90)
The Mendoza College of Business is hosting a virtual case competition for individuals to analyze a real-life business challenge offered by the manufacturer of the Keurig coffee-makers.
Finance professor, Jeff Bergstrand, is quoted in this article about the shift of economic gravity toward Asia and away from the transatlantic.
Management professor Corey Angst explains how use of the iPad is evolving and becoming increasingly relevant in higher education.
Jeffrey Bergstrand, Professor of Finance, discusses the explantion for US-China trade gap on Voice of America.
A University of Notre Dame alumnus, Ken Meyer, has donated $10 million to fund master’s of business administration fellowships.
Kenneth R. Meyer, retired chairman and chief executive officer of Lincoln Capital Management Co., has made a $10 million gift to the University of Notre Dame to fund fellowships for the master’s of business administration program.
University of Notre Dame alumnus Kenneth Meyer has donated $10 million to his alma mater to fund master’s of business administration fellowships.
This article posted on USA Today.com features Notre Dame Management Professor Ante Glavas and his research into whether sustainability affects employee attitudes.
Mendoza College of Business serves as the lead academic sponsor for the National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA) and receives the 2010 Brillante Award for Educational Excellence.
Researchers at the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business are looking into how environmental practices can affect the work force.
Dean Carolyn Woo speaks at the Porter County Community Foundation’s Women’s Tea
The project management class led by Professor Corey Angst is part of the university’s eReader study and Notre Dame’s first paperless class.
Shortly after the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Tom Ridge became the public face of America’s national security concerns as he became the first secretary of the newly created U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Through the Business on the Frontlines course, University of Notre Dame MBA students have the opportunity to study a different kind of subject matter that cannot be written in a book.
John F. Bowie (ND, ’85)
A MBA course has been recognized as one of the “Ten Most Innovative Business School Classes” by Forbes.com. Business on the Front Lines focuses on the role of business in countries trying to rebuild their economies after a war or violent conflict.
Management professor Corey Angst is debuting a class taught entirely with the iPad.
Hugh B. McGowan (ND, ’93)
Michael Passilla, (ND, ’89)