Mendoza School of Business


  • The Future of Sports Ticketing

      Easley Sees an Opportunity As discussion of online ticketing takes place among fans of all sorts and even in Congress, Rob Easley sees an opportunity. The John W. Berry Sr. Department Chair of the IT, Analytics, and Operations Department at the Mendoza College of Business is researching online ticketing and how it could be […]

    Marshall King

  • TCU’s Partnership with MSBA Program

    How TCU Benefits From Partnership Mitch Speer has come to view the students from the Notre Dame Master of Science in Business Analytics program in a way he didn’t expect. As manager of business intelligence and business transformation for Teachers Credit Union, he expected some benefit by sponsoring students working on their capstone projects each […]

    Marshall King

  • Data Driven Factors that Lead to Recruiting Success

    The Effects of the Pandemic on Athletics As Notre Dame students who worked in athletics during the COVID-19, David Kramer and Jacob Messineo were worried. In fall 2021, Kramer had worked unpaid for several months as a baseball team manager. Messineo was helping with recruiting analytics for the football team whose successful 2020 season had […]

    Marshall King

  • How Data Can Be Used to Break Down the Game of Football

    Breaking Down the Game of Football Guessing what a football offense will do next is part of the game. Knowing what it would do next would be a huge advantage. Zach Austin and Jimmy Brunette watch sports and wonder if they can use data and analytics to break down the game. That’s likely where they […]

    Marshall King

  • Kramer’s Data for Measuring Pitcher’s Performance

    Measuring the Performance of Pitchers When measuring the performance of pitchers, baseball analysts often turn to pitch control metrics: binary measurements of pitching accuracy on the basis of a pitch being thrown inside or outside of the strike zone. While important in primary analysis, however, pitch control is rudimentary with respect to how we should […]

    David Kramer

  • How Wilson’s MLB Dream Job Became a Reality

    From a Dream to Reality When Claire Wilson was growing up new New York City, she was the biggest baseball fan she knew. As a data analyst for the Miami Marlins, she’s in good company now. “The most fun thing about working in baseball is you go your whole life being the biggest baseball fan […]

    Marshall King

  • The Solution to Better Living in the Digital World

    Early Bridges to Data Science program Fred Nwanganga doesn’t just want kids to appreciate data, he wants them to learn  how to wrangle it, understand it and solve problems with it. The Associate Teaching Professor in the IT, Analytics, and Operations Department within the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame saw […]

    Marshall King

  • How Resilience Benefits a Manufacturing Company

    What is Pannon Business Network? Pannon Business Network works with nearly 500 partners across Europe. The company in Szombathely, Hungary is an applied research and training center focused on manufacturing. Balázs Barta, PBN’s managing director, wanted to understand how resilience benefits a manufacturing company. It’s a particularly important question given the war in Ukraine. A […]

    Marshall King