Publication selects the Notre Dame MBA program as one of the best for students interested in careers in sustainability.
MBA and Kroc Peace Institute students in the Philippines blog that they are OK after an earthquake strikes Japan.
Notre Dame is hosting a three-day conference to discuss the progress of the U.N. Millennium Goals developed to combat world hunger.
Student satisfaction, job placement rate keep the Mendoza College of Business in the top spot.
Prospective student wins the first ND MBA virtual case competition with a plan for coffee company Green Mountain to involve consumers in community projects.
The theme for this year’s Ten Years Hence Speaker Series is “Business for the Common Good,” and will feature seven lectures from scholars, executives from top companies and other experts involved in social responsibility and sustainability efforts.
The Notre Dame MBA program launched a virtual case competition involving Green Mountain Coffee Roaster that invites individuals to submit their best ideas for the chance of winning a fellowship and other prizes.
Lewis University just outside of Chicago awarded Carolyn Woo with an honorary doctorate, her third.
Funding totaling $20 million will be directed toward MBA fellowships beginning with the 2011-2012 academic year.
An advertising campaign that educates consumers about the bottled water industry and its environmental impact wins the 2010 EthicMark Award.
Representatives from the Mendoza College will be among those participating in the NASDAQ closing bell ceremony on the eve of the Notre Dame-Army football game.
The Notre Dame MBA program earned high marks for career services and faculty teaching in the just-released ranking.
Notre Dame MBA took first place over nine other b-schools in the Maryland mergers and acquisitions case competition.
Bart Chilton, a commissioner with the government agency that oversees financial rulemaking, will talk about Wall Street reform and other current financial issues.
The NSHMBA Conference and Career Expo in Chicago is expected to draw more than 8,000 MBA professionals, students and academics during the three-day event.
The Notre Dame EMBA’s program’s high ratings by alumni and corporations earned the school a ranking of No. 6 among programs worldwide.
The Mendoza College’s website was recognized by the Web Marketing Association for its innovative design.
Business on the Frontlines, a signature course of the Notre Dame MBA, earned recognition from Bloomberg Businessweek for its innovative curriculum that combines classroom and field studies.
The Notre Dame MBA program was designated as a “military friendly” school for its efforts to “embrace America’s veterans as students.”
Nonprofit Executive Programs at the Mendoza College of Business are partnering with the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce to provide leadership development.
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.
Representatives from the Mendoza College participated in the United Nations Global Compact Leaders Summit, where top business executives were urged to usher in a new age of sustainability.
The nonprofit business degree program is partnering with the Peace Corps to provide a scholarship for a newly returned volunteer.
By the time the new school year begins, Mendoza College Dean Carolyn Woo will have logged more than 62,000 miles during the summer months as she travels to four continents to talk about the growing importance for business ethics.
Finance Professor Jeff Bergstrand says that China’s recent decision to allows its currency to appreciate will encourage U.S. exports to the country.
Business communication expert James O’Rourke of Notre Dame describes BP’s critical crisis management missteps in the Gulf Coast oil disaster and the steps the company needs to take now to repair its image.
Dean Carolyn Woo and others from the University of Notre Dame are traveling to Uganda to help the USCCB and its effort to build leadership in the African Church.
Marketing Professor John Sherry recently won an outstanding paper award for his research into the American Girl brand and how themed brand stores create powerful consumer experiences.
Executive Education faculty, alumni and corporate partners were honored for their contributions to innovation and values-based leadership during the department’s annual banquet.
The second annual conference, sponsored by the Center for the Study of Financial Regulation, will examine a number of current issues regarding financial markets and proposed regulatory reforms.