Notre Dame welcomes retirees back to the classroom

The Observer

Management professor Chris Stevens' work as co-founder of Notre Dame's new Inspired Leadership Initiative was featured in The Observer.

“For people who have had an accomplished life — maybe a career in business, or law, or medicine, or non-profit — and they’ve done it for 30 years or so and they want to pivot and do something different, there [was] no place for them to go until Harvard started [its] program about 10 years ago and then Stanford started their version of the program about five years ago,” Stevens said. “We feel like we can do it here at Notre Dame. It really is filling an unmet need. The retirement model is totally outdated. People who are 55 to 60 have maybe another 20, 25 years of life left to them.”

AT&T, Sysco, Kohl’s among top companies featured in Notre Dame lecture series

Carol Elliott

Senior executives from some of the top companies shaping global trends in communications, retail, advertising, technology and entertainment are part of the 2018 Boardroom Insights Lecture Series that starts Sept. 7.

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The annual fall series, organized by the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business, provides students and guests with the opportunity to hear first-hand stories of leadership, personal career paths, organizational changes and other insights from leaders with deep experience in their industries.…

Founding director of Columbia University's value investing program to lead Notre Dame's Institute for Global Investing

Carol Elliott

The University of Notre Dame Institute for Global Investing (NDIGI) has named Erin Bellissimo as managing director, effective Sept. 1.

Bellissimo will be responsible for setting the strategic priorities of the Institute and managing its operations, including developing and directing curriculum and programs, mentoring students, supporting faculty research, and building and facilitating relationships among the Institute’s key constituents.  She will work in collaboration with the NDIGI’s faculty director, finance professor Shane Corwin

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