Faculty in the Media
Time highlights research by management Prof. Martijn Cremers.
Gianna Bern, finance associate professional specialist, explains current low gasoline prices and predicts future costs for a story in The Elkhart Truth.
The Globe and Mail features recent research by management Prof. Timothy Judge.
Woo, former Mendoza dean and current president and CEO of Catholic Relief Services, also delivers graduation message at ceremony at Sydney campus.
Fast Company covers research by managment Prof. Timothy Judge.
Business News Daily features research by management Prof. Tim Judge.
Phys.org and other media outlets report on new research by management Prof. Timothy Judge.
Science Daily features new research by managment Prof. Timothy Judge.
Highly loss-averse managers had a 36 percent likelihood of being fired, according to new research by Andriy Bodnaruk, assistant finance professor.
U.S. News references Notre Dame research in story about economic impact of immigration reform.
NPR quotes management Assistant Professor Kaitlin Wowak on Takata Corp. air bag recall.
Bloomberg incorporates methodology by accounting Associate Professor James Seida to determine lost corporate tax revenue from inversions.
Reuters among media highlighting the new program, which incorporates curriculum from the Mendoza College of Business.
Watch ABC 57 News video coverage of O'Leary's visit on Nov. 21.
ValueWalk examines research by Andriy Bodnaruk, assistant finance professor.
Inside Indiana Business website covers the appointment of Rev. David Tyson, C.S.C., as the Luke McGuinness Director of Nonprofit Professional Development.
Finance Prof. Gianna Bern tells USA Today that gas prices will continue to drop.
Forbes covers third annual Notre Dame Marketing Collaboration Group.
WSBT TV in South Bend interviews Chris Stevens, adjunct management professor, about his efforts to help a local firefighter battling brain cancer.
The Guardian quotes finance Professor Andriy Bodnaruk on his recent research.
The Chicago Tribune's Blue Sky Innovation reports on Mendoza students' trip to Deloitte to learn about innovation.
This Wall Street Journal article cites research by Management Professor J. Michael Crant that shows making excuses on the job hurts personal credibility.