Management professor Corey Angst is debuting a class taught entirely with the iPad.
Hugh B. McGowan (ND, ’93)
“A Conversation with Tom Ridge,” will be held at the Mendoza College of Business Jordan Auditorium from 3:30-5 p.m. on Sept.10. The event is free and open to the public.
The Notre Dame MBA program was designated as a “military friendly” school for its efforts to “embrace America’s veterans as students.”
The Project Management class, taught by Corey Angst, is a pilot project studying the use of e-readers in the place of standard textbooks and course materials.
The issue of business ethics in the Goldman Sachs case is the opening topic of the 2010 John A. Berges Lecture Series in Business Ethics hosted by the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame.
Carol Phillips, president of market research firm Brand Amplitude and an adjunct professor of marketing at the University of Notre Dame, has studied millennials and what drives them.
Michael Passilla, (ND, ’89)
Management professor Jim O’Rourke was quoted in this article which discussed the communications strategy behind HP’s decision to fire CEO Mark Hurd.
A recent Bloomberg survey found the Mendoza College of Business has the most undergraduate alums serving as CEOs of the top 100 financial services companies.
Nonprofit Executive Programs at the Mendoza College of Business are partnering with the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce to provide leadership development.
Carolyn Woo, Martin J. Gillen Dean and Ray and Milann Siegfried Professor in Entrepreneurial Studies, explains how MBAs give women and entrepreneurs a leg up
Carol Phillips, marketing adjunct professor, wrote a blog entry for the Marketing Executives Networking Group website. In the blog, Carol describes how social media has become a game-changer for marketing and brand strategy.
Dean Carolyn Woo comments about the University of Notre Dame’s #1 ranking for undergraduate colleges attended by chief executive officers of the 100 largest U.S. financial firms.
The Mendoza College of Business received a Brillante Award given by the National Society of Hispanic MBAs in recognition for its support to the Hispanic community.