Diploma ceremonies for law and MBA students will be conducted May 21, 2006. Benefactor John W. “Jay” Jordan II will address the assembly.
Dean Carolyn Woo attends White House luncheon on April 20, 2006, in honor of Chinese President Hu Jintao’s visit to Washington, D.C.
The Mendoza College of Business places third nationally in BusinessWeek magazine’s inaugural survey of undergraduate business programs in 2006.
A lawn care firm and a volunteer-activities tourism company took top honors in business plan competitions organized by the Gigot Center.
Rev. Oliver F. Williams joins the board of a nonprofit that helps fund work of United Nations Global Compact, a corporate citizenship initiative.
William McGurn, chief White House speechwriter, will talk on “Future Government and Public Policy” in the Ten Years Hence lecture series.
More than $24,000 in prize money will be awarded in two business plan competitions organized by the Gigot Center for Entrepreneurial Studies.
Dean Carolyn Y. Woo will receive an honorary degree from Providence College in Providence, R.I., during its commencement exercises on May 21, 2006.
Five participants in a Youth Business Plan Competition organized by the Gigot Center have been selected to advance to the finals.
Vincent R. Raymond, former associate dean of the Mendoza College of Business, died March 5, 2006, after a brief illness.
Leo Burke, head of Executive Education at the Mendoza College, says inspiration from strong leaders is behind the program’s success.
The College will present a lecture series focusing on the forces that shape political, technological, social and competitive environments.
Charity, ads aimed at children, peace through commerce, and community service are among topics to be presented at Ethics Week conference.
An award for student leadership was created in honor of the late Ray Siegfried, a Notre Dame Trustee, alumnus and benefactor.
A Nasdaq foundation creates endowment to support the annual business plan competitions sponsored by the Gigot Center for Entrepreneurial Studies.
Three Mendoza students, with help from football coach Charlie Weis, create fundraiser to the benefit family of a child fighting brain cancer.
Professor of marketing Michael J. Etzel and other faculty members receive Fulbright Scholar grants for study abroad.
A proposal to tax education benefits could hurt those struggling to pay for their children’s education, says professor of accountancy Ken Milani.
John Sherry returns to chair marketing department, more than 30 years after graduating from the University of Notre Dame.
Notre Dame Business magazine takes top honors for educational institution publications in the MarCom Creative Awards competition.
The South Bend Executive MBA Program at the University of Notre Dame has been ranked 20th in BusinessWeek magazine’s survey of 241 programs.
The MBA Program in the Mendoza College of Business ranked No. 5 worldwide in a survey by the Aspen Institute and World Resources Institute.
Raymond H. Siegfried II, 62, a longtime member of the Board of Trustees and a generous benefactor, died Oct. 6, 2005, after an illness.
“Monk’s Notre Dame,” a new book by Rev. Edward A. Malloy, contains humorous and poignant stories by the former university president.
Theologian and author Michael Novak will discuss his book “Business as a Calling” on Sept. 16, 2005 at the Mendoza College of Business.
The Gigot Center for Entrepreneurial Studies will present a panel discussion of advice from entrepreneurial experts on September 15, 2005.
The Master of Science in Administration degree program in the Mendoza College has been renamed the Master of Nonprofit Administration program.
Scholars and policymakers will convene at the Mendoza College to discuss the Free Trade Agreement for the Americas and other trade topics.
Stephanie Madia and Brian Mattes have been named the 2005 recipients of Eugene D. Fanning Scholarships at the University of Notre Dame.
Faculty members will debate whether business schools are to blame for scandals in corporate America as part of a lecture series on business ethics.