May 2005, Indianapolis Star cites Professor Jeffrey Bergstrand.
An online retailer/courier, a youth peace education organization, and a heavy contracting company won prizes in business plan competitions.
Undergraduate Women in Business Association won Academic Club of the Year and Overall Club of the Year. Sharon Keane, the club advisor, was recognized as Club Advisor of the Year.
Irish Tech team Dave Brenner, Mike Flanagan, Fran Larkin and Kristin Yemm (all BBA’ 05) received second out of 60 international teams in the spring 2005 Marketplace Global Competition.
Students Christopher Kelly, Aaron Wenger, Justin Carter, Radu Olievschi and Sarah Coffman had the winning entry in the McCloskey competition, one of the three competitions organized by the Gigot Center for Entrepreneurial Studies.
May 2005, South Bend Tribune.
More than $34,000 in prize money will be awarded in three business plan competitions organized by the Gigot Center for Entrepreneurial Studies.
Thomas Michael McCabe (ND ’87)
April 2005, South Bend Tribune cites Professor Frank Reilly.
Ken Milani, professor of accountancy at the University of Notre Dame, was honored this week by the Internal Revenue Service.
Laura Schumacher (ND ’90)
Clifford Bacsik (ND ’76)
Jack Welch will lead a question-and-answer session and sign copies of his new book “Winnings” at a presentation Wednesday.
After completing a yearlong program, six young people from South Bend’s Northeast Neighborhood are chosen to present their entrepreneurial projects in business plan competition.
Members of Notre Dame’s Master of Science in Accountancy (MS Accountancy) class of 2004 raise money for needy Catholic primary school in Belize.
April 2005, Montreal Gazette cites Professor Alok Kumar.
March 2005, South Bend Tribune cites Professor Richard Sheehan.
Timothy Klusas (ND ’95)
March 2005, South Bend Tribune cites Professor Jeffrey Bergstrand.
March 2005, BusinessWeek Online interviews Karen O. Dowd,senior director of career development.