Michael Seamon, (MBA ’94, ND ’92)
Rev. Oliver Williams, C.S.C. joined other leaders at the 2007 Global Compact Leaders Summit to discuss strategies to ensure that globalization delivers the widest possible benefits to all.
Historians will lead seminar titled “Leadership in a Revolutionary Age,” drawing leadership lessons from the American Revolutionary period.
Theologian and author Michael Novak will discuss his book “Business as a Calling” in a lecture at the Mendoza College of Business.
Paul Charron, CEO of Liz Claiborne Inc. and a 1964 Notre Dame graduate, will deliver a lecture as part of the Boardroom Insights series.
The John A. Berges Lecture Series leads with a panel discussion, “Freedom on the Internet and the Ethical Responsibility of IT Companies in China.”
Rev. Oliver F. Williams joins the board of a nonprofit that helps fund work of United Nations Global Compact, a corporate citizenship initiative.
The Master of Science in Administration degree program in the Mendoza College has been renamed the Master of Nonprofit Administration program.
Scholars and policymakers will convene at the Mendoza College to discuss the Free Trade Agreement for the Americas and other trade topics.
Faculty members will debate whether business schools are to blame for scandals in corporate America as part of a lecture series on business ethics.
Marketing professors, tracking consumer attitudes toward marketing since 1984, find consumers are concerned about objectionable ads they see on TV.
Results of long-term study conducted by Marketing Professors Mike Etzel and John Gaski.
More than $34,000 in prize money will be awarded in three business plan competitions organized by the Gigot Center for Entrepreneurial Studies.
After completing a yearlong program, six young people from South Bend’s Northeast Neighborhood are chosen to present their entrepreneurial projects in business plan competition.
A team of MBA students from the University of Notre Dame demonstrated all-around excellence in a unique case competition.
A team of five MBA students from Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business won the $12,000 first-place prize on Saturday, December 4, in the Fuqua Product Strategy Case Competition
Rev. Oliver R. Williams, C.S.C., expresses his views on the interplay between religious values and the world of business
Rev. Oliver F. Williams, C.S.C., associate professor of management at the University of Notre Dame, examines the problems and potential of the U.N. Global Compact.
James S. O’Rourke, director of Notre Dame’s Fanning Center for Business Communication, discusses teaching and case materials