Issues such as corporate, societal, and global success will be discussed at an executive program held at the University of Oxford.
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.
BusinessWeek ranks the Mendoza College of Business No.7. Dean Woo is quoted in regards to changes in methodology.
John Bruton, European Union ambassador to the US, and former prime minister of Ireland will be visiting Notre Dame, where he will discuss the expansion of the European Union.
Author of “Making a Life, Making a Living” speaks about how business executives should lead by their values rather than a search for profit.
Accounting students from the University of Notre Dame and Saint Mary’s College assist low-income taxpayers with free tax preparation help.
Jim Larkin tells would-be entrepreneurs how to launch a venture without raising large amounts of capital beforehand.
The Academy of Management Learning and Education gave Mendoza College of Business a top rating for ethics content in its MBA curriculum.
National experts will explore the next decade of changes in a series of six lectures at the Mendoza College of Business.
Historians will lead seminar titled “Leadership in a Revolutionary Age,” drawing leadership lessons from the American Revolutionary period.
Honors program pairs student-athletes with faculty mentors, who can guide them toward internships, research, scholarships, and jobs.
The accountancy programs in the Mendoza College of Business are ranked fourth nationwide in survey by the Public Accounting Report.
Sharon Allen, board chairman of Deloitte & Touche USA, speaks on implications of scandals in the public accounting industry.
Mark Moody-Stuart, chairman of the Foundation for the United Nations Global Compact, is named keynote speaker for a November 2006 conference.
Mendoza’s MBA program is ranked 26th in BusinessWeek magazine’s biennial survey of the top U.S. business schools.
The Gigot Center for Entrepreneurial Studies calls for entries in its two business plan competitions in 2006.
Notre Dame administrator, mom of four, and Army reservist Susan Soisson heads out to the Middle East with her transportation unit.
Robert Lane, chairman and CEO of John Deere, speaks on business ethics during a week in 2006 when corporate scandals made headlines.
John Seely Brown to give lecture on how new network forms are emerging to help mobilize talent and resources in the unfolding global economy.
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 Gigot Center for Entrepreneurial Studies will host a panel discussion featuring five experienced entrepreneurs and venture capitalists.
The John A. Berges Lecture Series leads with a panel discussion, “Freedom on the Internet and the Ethical Responsibility of IT Companies in China.”
Arnold F. Ludwig, who directed the Mendoza College of Business Executive MBA program from 1984 to 2001, died July 25, 2006, at age 72.
Former students’ idea for book drive has raised more than $750,000 for literacy initiatives and diverted millions of pounds of books from landfills.
Carolyn Woo, Dean of the Mendoza College of Business, receives honorary degree from Providence College on May 21, 2006.
Shane A. Corwin, associate professor of finance, received the Mendoza College of Business undergraduate teaching award for 2006.
Diploma ceremonies for law and MBA students will be conducted May 21, 2006. Benefactor John W. “Jay” Jordan II will address the assembly.
Business professors honored are Carl Ackermann, Robert Drevs, Patrick Murphy, John Weber, Margot O’Brien, and James Wittenbach.
Dean Carolyn Woo attends White House luncheon on April 20, 2006, in honor of Chinese President Hu Jintao’s visit to Washington, D.C.