The Mendoza College of Business places third nationally in BusinessWeek magazine’s inaugural survey of undergraduate business programs in 2006.
Thomas F. Healy (ND’82)
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.
March 2006, Businessweek Online quotes Associate Dean Ed Conlon.
Terrance Flynn (ND ’85)
Five participants in a Youth Business Plan Competition organized by the Gigot Center have been selected to advance to the finals.
Kellie Friery (MSACCT ’02, ND ’01)
Vincent R. Raymond, former associate dean of the Mendoza College of Business, died March 5, 2006, after a brief illness.
March 2006, San Diego Union-Tribune quotes Professor Robert Audi.
Gerard “Jerry” Melia (ND ’87)
Kevin J. Drumm (MBA ’99, ND ’89)
Martin Dunn (ND ’85)
Leo Burke, head of Executive Education at the Mendoza College, says inspiration from strong leaders is behind the program’s success.
February 2006, The Washington Post quotes Professor John Gaski.
February 2006, Wall Street Journal quotes Professor Tim Loughran.
February 2006, South Bend Tribune quotes Associate Dean Bill Nichols and Professor Roger Huang.