The Mendoza College of Business earned top 10 rankings in business specialty categories in the recent 2011 Bloomberg Businessweek annual ranking of the “Best Undergraduate Business Programs by Specialty.”
The Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame earned top 10 rankings in 10 of 14 business specialty categories in the 2011 Bloomberg Businessweek annual ranking of the “Best Undergraduate Business Programs by Specialty,” released May 9.
In this Bloomberg Businessweek article on the top undergraduate business schools by specialty, the Mendoza College of Business claims the top spot in the ethics specialty.
Faculty wins IBM award for its teaching module that requires students to use foresight skills in planning “smarter” cities.
The University of Notre Dame has announced a major gift from Deloitte to be used to help establish the Notre Dame/Deloitte Center for Ethical Leadership.
Eleventh annual McCloskey Business Plan Competition awards more than $100,000 in prize money.
This Atlanta Post article identifys the Mendoza College of Business as a top undergraduate business schools that offers students international programs.
Assisant Dean Sam Gaglio and Professor Ken Milani were honored for their work with undergraduates.
Schedule of various commencement ceremonies.
Mark FitzPatrick (ND, ’92)
For the second year in a row, Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business has received a top national ranking.
Student satisfaction, job placement rate keep the Mendoza College of Business in the top spot.
Dean Carolyn Woo discusses the increasingly global focus of business education in the cover article for the “Best Undergraduate B-Schools” ranking.
Richard Jennings (ND, ’90)
This article in The Chronicle of Higher Education features management professor Corey Angst and the results of replacing his project management course’s textbook with an iPad.
Management professor Corey Angst is featured in this Forbes article about the results of using iPads in class instead of textbooks.
Mike Mannor, assistant professor of management, comments on Steve Job’s announcement to take a leave of absence.
Management professor Corey Angst explains how use of the iPad is evolving and becoming increasingly relevant in higher education.
John D’Arcy, IT Management Associate Professor, is quoted in this article about how leaks are a threat to companies and governments
Dr. Carolyn Woo, dean of the business college at the University of Notre Dame, talked about the nation’s ethical line slipping Nov. 11 in the Sky Room of the McCombs Center at the University of the Incarnate Word.
The following article mentions Finance Professor Matt Cain’s paper on buyouts with management participation.
In a talk on campus, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Thomas Friedman, author of “The World is Flat,” warned that Americans need to return to “sustainable values.”
In late August, the University of Notre Dame handed 40 students an Apple iPad as part of a year-long study of e-readers.
Notre Dame is leading the pack by creating and debuting the first paperless course
Recently, Notre Dame University launched its first “eReader class,” where students not only use Apple’s iPad to download and read the required textbooks for the class.
The project management class led by Professor Corey Angst is part of the university’s eReader study and Notre Dame’s first paperless class.
A member of Notre Dame’s ePublishing Working Group, Corey Angst, is debuting the University’s first and only class taught using Apple’s new wireless tablet computer to replace traditional textbooks.
The project management class led by Professor Corey Angst is part of the university’s eReader study and Notre Dame’s first paperless class. All materials for the 40 students are available on the iPad.
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.
Remember the good old days, when you’d go to your lectures with nothing more than a pad and a pen? Well, those days may be coming to a close now that Notre Dame has launched the first paperless class taught using Apple’s iPad instead of textbooks.