The Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame took the No. 1 spot for the fourth year in a row in the just-released Bloomberg Businessweek 2013 “Best Undergraduate Business Schools” ranking.
The Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame earned top 10 rankings in 10 of 14 business specialty categories in the 2011 Bloomberg Businessweek annual ranking of the “Best Undergraduate Business Programs by Specialty,” released May 9.
The issue of business ethics in the Goldman Sachs case is the opening topic of the 2010 John A. Berges Lecture Series in Business Ethics hosted by the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame.
Entrepreneurs have an opportunity to win up to a total of $40,000 in cash prizes during the 2009-10 Notre Dame Business Plan Competition, hosted by the Gigot Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at the University of Notre Dame.
A year ago, business failures began erupting across our economy. And in the ensuing months, thousands lost jobs and their hopes for a stable future. Homes were foreclosed, factories shut down. And the pain felt by American households has been deep.
An examination of the ethical issues involved in the recent financial meltdown launches the University of Notre Dame’s Berges Lecture Series in Business Ethics on Wednesday (Sept. 9) with a panel discussion.
Two senior students at the Mendoza College of Business recently received the Eugene D. Fanning Award for excellence in communication skills and exemplary personal characteristics.
A plan for fast-casual dining and a plan to distribute sanitary products in developing nations took top honors in Mendoza competition.
Notre Dame and private equity firm Baird announce a new partnership to provide students with fellowship and scholarship opportunities through the Notre Dame Corporate Partners for Ethical Global Leadership program.
Finalists will compete for more than $40,000 in two business plan competitions sponsored by the Gigot Center for Entrepreneurial Studies.
The Executive MBA program will award up to eight new fellowships ranging from $10,000 to $20,000 each for new students entering the program.
The undergraduate program comes in at No. 4 and the graduate program at No. 6 in a nationwide survey.
Financial experts at the University of Notre Dame offer insight on the economic meltdown during a special, current-events forum.
The newly created position places focus on Notre Dame’s certificate programs for executives working in the nonprofit industry.
“Getting It Right: Notre Dame on Leadership and Judgment in Business" uses real-life case studies to illustrate successful problem solving.
Notre Dame’s executive education presence in Chicago is strengthened by the new facility on Michigan Avenue.
Patrick J. Barry, a 1984 University of Notre Dame alumnus and expert in small business, is selected to head the entrepreneurial studies center.
More than 245 business professors from the United States and abroad convene at the University of Notre Dame to examine Catholic business education.
The Internal Revenue Service office nominates accountancy professor Ken Milani for Indiana’s most prestigious volunteerism award.
Two teams receive top prizes– one for a plan to recycle medical equipment and another for a venture to make wireless communication devices compatible.
Marketing Chair John F. Sherry Jr. is recognized for his working paper on how companies can progress in order to become more market-oriented.
Dennis Gartman, the editor and publisher of The Gartman Letter writes about his visit with a group of Notre Dame MBA students.
Christopher Rodriguez receives $500 for his car audio business plan during the annual Youth Business Plan Competition.
U.S. News & World Report ranks the Master of Accountancy program as 14th nationally among accounting programs.
Harvard professor George J. Borjas will speak as part of the Ten Years Hence series about the economic impact of immigration.
Notre Dame moves up four spots in BusinessWeek’s ranking to No.3, due to academic quality and the success of students in the job market.
2009 MBA candidates Chris Wittman, Anita Allen, Heather Burns, Joel Rambaldini and Pete Travnicek won the Kellogg Biotechnology Case Competition held at Northwestern University.
The 11th annual Ethics Week will feature Professors James Davis, Melissa Paulsen and Robert Schmuhl as well as philanthropist and former Coach Richard “Digger” Phelps.
The annual Ten Years Hence Speaker Series invites national experts to discuss matters from terrorism to immigration to what it means to be “green.”
Research Papers in Economics project recognizes Finance Professor Jeffrey H. Bergstrand as one of the world’s foremost experts in international trade.