Academic milestones, student body celebrations, alumni and faculty success stories — these are the ways the Mendoza College of Business measures a year. And by all accounts, the 2016-2017 academic year was one of great moments. Here’s a look back…
Tuleja headed to Sichuan University in China to teach intercultural communication.
Anderson is an Air Force veteran and executive director of the Pat Tillman Foundation.
Jeffrey Bergstrand, an expert on international trade, says the sale of AM General in South Bend to a Chinese corporation is an example of an increasingly global economy.
In this CNBC commentary, ethics professor Joseph Holt says the next Uber CEO needs intelligence, energy and, especially, integrity.
CNBC commentary by management and organization professor Craig Crossland.
A company can be aggressive yet have strong values, says business ethics professor Joseph Holt.
In this CNBC commentary, management associate teaching professor Joseph Holt says Uber requires effective leadership based on competence and character.
Finance professor Martijn Cremers says stock pickers mimicking the index is part of the reason many active funds fail to beat their benchmarks.
Brady Quinn (FIN '07), a record-setting Notre Dame quarterback, partnered with Notre Dame to bring the program to campus.
Christopher Simms (MGT '88) is a practice manager for OrthoCarolina in Charlotte, NC.
Ethics expert Joseph Holt says a home run would require Trump to recognize the seriousness of climate change and the necessary level of leadership.
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.
The Stayer Center for Executive Education will launch a new version of its signature Executive Integral Leadership program in Ireland this fall.
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.
The Federal Reserve and Fiscal Challenge Club, a new Notre Dame student club focused on macro-scale economics and fiscal policy, beat out defending champion Harvard University to win the 2017 Fiscal Challenge. The competition is run by an educational nonprofit of the same name that aims to expand students’ understanding of fiscal policy through experiential education.
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