Frank Chung to study in the United Kingdom in spring 2018.
Business Problem Solving students create industry solutions based on Microsoft HoloLens.
Three University of Notre Dame MBA students will be spending their winter break in Jamaica, but their plans don’t include the typical tourist fun-in-the-sun activities. Instead, James Hiltz, Zachary Pedersen and Brock Reneer will be swinging hammers and hauling building materials to help build a home for abandoned and disabled children.…
Mendoza candidates prevail over teams from 10 top universities.
The Notre Dame MBA enrolls 38 veterans through the Yellow Ribbon Program.
Poets & Quants recognizes 12 incoming candidates.
It’s been 50 years since Notre Dame launched its MBA program, and in that time, the class size has almost tripled, increasing from 50 in 1967 to 131 in 2017. And when the inaugural MBA class arrived on campus, it was comprised entirely of men, whereas today, nearly 30 percent of the classes are comprised of women.* …
Andrew Engvall led the preparation of Capital One’s capital distribution plan, including $3 billion in share repurchases and dividends for 2016-17.
After graduating, Lee started a carer with Bank of America in Charlotte, NC.
Cornick accepted a position as a finance manager with Ecolab in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Through Mendoza’s new Career Leadership course, Notre Dame MBA students are connecting their passions and their values to the organizations that need them the most—and receiving a record number of job offers in the process.
The Catholic Leadership Institute is a management training program for higher education professionals that has been internationalized to serve those working in former Soviet bloc countries.
Anderson is an Air Force veteran and executive director of the Pat Tillman Foundation.
Taking time away from their final exams, commencement celebrations and cap and gown fittings, Notre Dame Mendoza College of Business graduates reflect on the paths that brought them to Notre Dame and on the biggest lessons they learned while here. At the same time, they look ahead to their futures and anticipate where their Notre Dame degrees will take them. See what success looks like by reading their personal stories.
Five Mendoza faculty members received 2017 Joyce Awards for profound influence on undergraduate students: Corey Angst, Wendy Angst, Robert Battalio, Hong Guo and Ed Hums.
Mulkum Mursalov wasn’t looking to switch companies when he entered the Notre Dame Master of Science in Finance (MSF) in 2016.
Abigail Oduro has this advice for MBA applicants: "Consider the culture. ... At the end of the day, the MBA program is more than just the classroom interactions."
Sylvia Banda chose to pursue an MBA because "I realized the effort involved in being an extraordinary leader.”
John Veihmeyer (ACCT '77) is the global chairman of KPMG International and Elizabeth Tucker (ACCT '14) is a consultant for McKinsey & Company.
Marketing senior Cassidy McDonald received the Denny Moore Award for Excellence in Journalism.
Quinn (FIN '07) is a record-setting Notre Dame and National Football League quarterback who currently works as a a college and NFL broadcast game analyst.
Finance senior Javier Valverde has won the 2017 OZY Genius Award award for his fintech platform, Capital Pro.
Mendoza is the top private school producer of consumer goods MBAs among 30 elite U.S. schools.
Finance professor Carl Ackermann told the ND seniors to start investing as soon as they graduate.
Accountancy senior Casey Gelchion received the ND Accountancy Excellence Scholarship and is an accountancy teaching assistant.
Gale Bowman (MARK '05) is the founding director of the Irish Angels, a Notre Dame inspired angel investing group, and a management and organization adjunct professor.
"The moment [Ben] achieves something, or something comes his way, he only thinks about how he can leverage it to serve humanity, especially those in the greatest need," finance professor Carl Ackermann says about senior Benjamin Fouch.
Sherin, a Notre Dame alum and recently retired GE vice chairman, will give the keynote address on May 20.
MBA student Virginia Shields talks about her experience in the One-Year MBA program at the University of Notre Dame. With an MBA, Virginia was able to make the transition from Navy engineering to an "engineering translator" with the nation's largest wireless infrastructure provider.