Jerry Campagna, president, The Most Inc., and Adjunct Faculty, Nonprofit Executive Education is honored by Fifth Third Bank Chicago for his community leadership.
Notre Dame’s entrepreneurship center brings in a varied group of speakers for its fall lecture series
Fall lecture series Entrepreneurial Insights offers a slate of speakers with broad experience and varied backgrounds who can discuss their entrepreneurial journeys.
The annual fall Berges Lecture Series features top executives discussing the challenges and rewards of ethics-based leadership.
Mendoza College’s nonprofit graduate business will partner with Renmin University to offer new degree program starting in summer 2013.
Management Professor Oliver Williams will spend the academic year teaching about business ethics at a university in South Korea as an International Scholar.
Finance professors Robert Battalio and Paul Schultz’s research about the effects of the short-selling ban is discussed in this Forbes article.
Undergraduate students Caitlin Crommett and Katie McElligott are mentioned in this Las Vegas Review-Journal article about the nonprofit organization DreamCatchers.
Accounting Professor Brad Badertscher’s research on companies involved in leveraged buyouts is mentioned in this New York Post article.
Andrew Sama, Senior Associate Director of Admissions, is quoted about the value of an MBA in this Sun-Times Media article.
Demonstrated leadership and a commitment to excellence were among the reasons that Paul Velasco was chosen for the position of director of ND Executive Education.
Mendoza College’s nonprofit graduate business program will partner with Renmin University to offer new degree program starting in summer 2013.
The U.S. Postal Service is vital and will have to become smaller, more efficient and more self-reliant in order to survive.
Management Professor Jim O’Rourke about the U.S. Postal Service’s quarterly loss and what needs to happen to get Congress help the agency.
This Wall Street Journal Blog mentions the research on short-selling bans conducted by finance professors Robert Battalio and Paul Schultz.
Finance Professor Tim Loughran is quoted in this Washington Post article about the Carlyle Groups stock performance.
Marketing Professor Joe Urbany is quoted in this CNN article about the tactics of campaign ads.
Accounting Professor Brad Badertscher is quoted in this U.S. News & World Report article on Mitt Romney’s tax returns.
Marketing department chair John Sherry joined a panel discussion on street art at South Bend’s Artpost gallery
Marketing department chair John Sherry joined a panel discussion on street art at South Bend’s Artpost gallery and is quoted in this South Bend Tribune article.
In this Los Angeles Times article, Management Professor Jim O’Rourke is quoted about companies stating separating personal feelings from company policy.