Social entrepreneurs from across the globe will gather at Notre Dame for the Irish Impact Conference to discuss how entrepreneurial ventures can impact large-scale social problems.
Reuters quotes Finance Professor Rich Sheehan about the disagreement between the NFL and the Referees Association.
Finance Professor Rich Sheehan is interview by WIBC Radio Indianapolis about the NFL Referee Lockout.
In this Inside Indiana Business article and interview, Finance Professor Rich Sheehan talks about how the NFL needs to work out a deal with the referees.
The NBC “What Would You Fight For?” halftime spot featured the innovative ND MBA course, Business on the Frontlines, which studies restarting economies in war-torn countries.
Finance Professor Richard Sheehan, who specializes in the economics of sports, says the NFL is wasting money and time on replacement officials.
This Observer articles features two Mendoza College of Business Alumni Frank Belatti (ND, ‘69) and Matt Swinton (ND, ’12) who took part in the “Love Thee Notre Dame” celebration.
Management Professor Ann Tenbrunsel, along with other Notre Dame faculty members, will participate in a panel discussion about working with print, broadcast and online media.
This South Bend Tribune article features research conducted by marketing professors John Sherry and Tonya Bradford on how tailgate parties contribute to a victory.
Finance Professor Tim Loughran is quoted in this New York Magazine article about the set up of the stock market.
This Wired article features research by marketing professors John Sherry and Tonya Bradford which examines the complex rituals and meanings involved in football tailgates.
Notre Dame MBA earned the designation of Military Friendly School, a recognition given to the top 15 percent of schools offering programs supporting the educational goals of America’s military service members and veterans.
The Detroit News quotes Marketing Professor John Sherry on how tailgate parties bolster a school’s brand.
This Health.com article quotes Management Professor Tim Judge about his research on stress being related to your genetic makeup and not caused by your employer.
This Forbes article quotes Management Professor Tim Judge on how work related stress could be related to a person’s genetic ‘code’ and not their boss.
Management Professor Tim Judge is quoted in this Prevention article about his research on how stress could have more to do with genes than work environment.
Research by Management Professor Tim Judge on work stress being the fault of your genes and not your employer is featured in this Huffington Post article.
DNA may be to blame for work stress, job satisfaction and health problems according to Management Professor Tim Judge’s research featured in this Fox Business article.
Research on job-related stress conducted by Management Professor Tim Judge is discussed in this PsychCentral article.
This Big Think article refers to Management Professor Tim Judge’s research on how stress at work may not be caused by your employer.
Management Professor Tim Judge’s research on work stress havin more to do with your genes than your employer is discussed in the Examiner article.
This Inside Indiana Business article talks about Management Professor Tim Judge’s study on how work environment may have less to do with stress than an individual’s genetic code.
Genetics, not work environment, may be to blame for work stress, job satisfaction and health problems according to Management Professor Tim Judge’s research featured in this Fox 28 article.
Tim Judge, professor of management, is quoted in this ScienceDaily article about how work stress could be because of your genes and not your employer.
Finance Professor Tim Loughran is quoted in this Reuters article about the dropping price of Audience Inc stock.
Research conducted by Finance professors Robert Battalio and Paul Schultz on the short selling ban imposed on markets by the SEC is mentioned in this Traders Magazine article.
This Big Think article discusses Department of Marketing Chair John Sherry’s research that examines football tailgate parties.
Huge pre-game parking lot parties build community, nurture tradition and actually contribute to a university brand, says Notre Dame Marketing Professor John Sherry.
Department of Marketing Chair John Sherry is quoted in this South Bend Tribune article about his research on tailgating.
Prof. Ann Tenbrunsel’s research about why good people do bad things is cited in this Slate.com article, which highlights the critical need for b-schools to integrate ethics throughout their curricula.