The new agreement between Notre Dame Nonprofit Executive Program and the YMCA USA will help Y executives transition to leadership roles.
Ray Offenheiser, president of Oxfam America, will speak on nonprofit careers as part of the “Making a Living Making a Difference” series.
The Mendoza College Commencement Web site provides news and information about the College and University 2010 ceremonies.
Whole Foods CEO John Mackey will talk about trends in conscious capitalism at part of the Ten Years Hence Speaker Series.
Management Professor Matt Bloom was recently awarded a $500,000 Lilly Endowment grant for his “Flourishing in Ministry” project, which studies well-being at work in the caring professions.
Notre Dame’s Mendoza College earned the top spot in the Bloomberg BusinessWeek annual ranking of undergraduate business schools, moving up from second position in 2009.
Finance Professor Robert Battalio says recent SEC regulation that restrict the practice of short selling will be costly.
The Notre Dame MBA team won the Ninth Annual Leeds Net Impact Case Competition, which involved finding energy solutions that combined the interests of sustainability with financial viability.
Crisis communications expert James O’Rourke discusses the mistakes Toyota made in dealing with the faulty accelerator crisis, and what the company should to do to recover its reputation.
The Hartman Series in Land Conservation Finance is a new spring speaker series at the Mendoza College that brings in experts on land conservation strategies.
The Notre Dame Executive Education is offering a new leadership development program aimed at high-performing managers and supervisors. The program emphasizes the integration of personal and organizational values into larger leadership skills.
Ethics Week 2010 invited a range of speakers, including Bishop Kevin Rhoades and Father John Jenkins, to discuss issues surrounding the abortion debate.
As part of the Ten Year’s Hence series on the future of capitalism, IDEO partner Fred Dust will explain how design thinking might change the way business approaches problem solving.
What is the future of capitalism? Experts ranging from money managers to retailers examine likely trends in the next decade during Mendoza College’s signature Ten Years Hence Lecture Series.
A new course for juniors at the Mendoza College, Foresight in Business and Society, develops an understanding of the trends shaping the future and provides a framework to think critically about change.
In December, 19 Notre Dame MBA students left for war-torn countries as part of their coursework for Business on the Frontlines, an innovative course that studies how economies restart after violent conflict.
Annual survey of accountancy educators gives high marks to Mendoza College undergraduate and graduate students.
The Notre Dame nonprofit education program has the new name of Nonprofit Professional Development to reflect its expanded offerings in certificate executive education.
Great ideas for marketing NASCAR earned a team of Notre Dame undergraduates first place in a semester-long marketing competition.
BusinessWeek ranked the Notre Dame EMBA program 20th and the Executive Education custom programs 19th in its biennial survey of the top 25 executive education programs in the world.
In 1982, product tampering caused seven deaths of people who took the painkiller, Tylenol. Speaker John R. Mullen will talk about how maker Johnson & Johnson handled the crisis.
Dean Carolyn Woo describes entrepreneurial efforts she witnessed during her trips to Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Finance Professor Jeffrey Bergstrand was quoted in an Associated Press story about whether the job market is recovering. Bergstrand said that although there are positive signs, corporations are still in the cost-cutting mode.
Texas oilman T. Boone Pickens presented his energy plan to an audience of 600-plus at a Notre Dame town hall meeting on Oct. 26.
The Notre Dame MBA program earned a No. 5 spot on the Aspen Institute’s Beyond Grey Pinstripes ranking. The ranking measures a school’s integration of social, environmental and ethical issues into its curriculum.
Students in Management Professor James S. O’Rourke’s Corporate Communication class analyze ethical and reputational issues.
The Center for the Study of Financial Regulation at the Mendoza College will examine regulatory decisions, with the aim of bringing more faculty research and expertise into policy decisions.
GE’s Jeff Immelt and Keith Sherin presented the 2009 GE Live forum, “Winning in Today’s World,” live from the campus of the University of Notre Dame on Oct. 6.
Carolyn Y. Woo, dean of the Mendoza College of Business, spoke on Oct. 6 at a United Nations event dedicated to the importance of business ethics and morality in the global marketplace.
Target CEO Gregg Steinhafel describes his approach to managing the retail giant during a lecture for the Boardroom Insights Series at the Mendoza College of Business.