Mary K. Hamann, director of Communications, died April 22, 2011.
Eleventh annual McCloskey Business Plan Competition awards more than $100,000 in prize money.
Assistant Professor Corey Angst is interviewed by Inside Higher Ed about the digitization of medical records
This Atlanta Post article identifys the Mendoza College of Business as a top undergraduate business schools that offers students international programs.
Mary Hamann served as editor of the Notre Dame Business alumni magazine.
High levels of greenhouse gas emissions can have a negative impact on a firm value according to research by Sandra Vera-Muñoz, associate professor of Accountancy.
Assistant Professor Mike Mannor was interviewed by America on the Road about the auto industry and the pay for top executives.
The following blog in the San Francisco Chronicle mentions the article, Stumbling into Bad Behavior, co-authored by Ann Tenbrunsel, the Rex and Alice A. Martin Professor of Business Ethics & Co-director of the Institute for Ethical Business Worldwide.
This article, co-authored by management professor Ann Tenbrunsel, discusses how we get blinded to our ethical lapses and those of others.
Sandra Vera-Muñoz, associate professor of Accountancy, is quoted in this article about her research that looks at the relationship between a company’s carbon emission levels and the value of the firm.
This article from Harvard Business School discusses the book co-authored by Ann Tenbrunsel, the Rex and Alice A. Martin Professor of Business Ethics & Co-director of the Institute for Ethical Business Worldwide.
Tech and marketing guru Guy Kawasaki mixed humor with practical advice during a talk at the Mendoza College of Business on April 14, 2011.
Assisant Dean Sam Gaglio and Professor Ken Milani were honored for their work with undergraduates.
Students will have the opportunity to learn about how advancements in technology are impacting key industries during the IBM Smarter Planet university tour activities.
This article from The Globe and Mail mentions the opportunity Mendoza College of Business students have for summer internships with NGOs working in Africa.
Serial entrepreneur Gary Gigot said he is worried about another tech bubble
Business journalist Marc Gunther says religious groups would be a logical choice to lead the fight against global climate change.
Finance professor Jeff Bergstrand is quoted in this South Bend Tribune article about a slower economy in the months after the earthquake in Japan.
Twelve entrepreneurial teams will have a shot at more than $100,000 in prize money as they advance to the semifinals of the McCloskey Business Plan Competition.
The Diversity Conference, hosted by the Mendoza College of Business, will focus on the processes in place to improve an organization’s ability to handle a diverse set of business issues.
Developer of a bone substitute wins $30,000 top prize in inaugural nanotechnology competition.
Schedule of various commencement ceremonies.
David Stangis, Campbell Soup’s vice president of social responsibility and sustainability, told students what it takes to do his job.