November 2009, South Bend Tribune quotes finance major, Matt Dabaco, on E-Society
Students in Management Professor James S. O’Rourke’s Corporate Communication class analyze ethical and reputational issues.
Christopher Hammond, ND’ 95
William McCahill, (ND ’70)
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.
September 2009, features the Boardroom Insights Lecture Series
John McGarrity (ND ’83)
Culture and Business in China Today” is a new summer program offered to Notre Dame undergraduate business and economics students. The purpose of the course is to provide students with the opportunity to explore and compare business and culture.
James Kotek (ND ’82)
Tyson Skillings (ND, ’97)
Douglas J. Wetmore (ND ’79)
Michael Hofbauer (ND ’87)
Frank Connor, (ND ’82)
Joseph Gill (ND ’80)
John Gerspach, (ND ’75)
C. Wayne Weaver (ND ’75)
William Signorelli, (ND ’77)
Carl Ackermann won Mendoza’s undergraduate teaching award for 2008-2009, an award given by the graduating class. He teaches finance.
Mike Mitchell, (ND ’82)
Dominic Addesso, (ND ’75)
Twenty Notre Dame faculty members received awards for excellence in undergraduate teaching; three received awards for advising.
April 2009, PRNewswire, mentions the Gigot Center for Entrepreneurial Studies.
John Pietrowicz, (ND ’86)
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.
In an address to the Beta Gamma Sigma business honor society, Jim Corgel of IBM discusses leadership skills that employers seek.
Students from a Microventuring class work with local small business owners to help them run their ventures more efficiently and profitably.
Anthony DiChiara, (ND ’92)
Brian Evans, (ND ’90)
Tad Nacheff, (ND ’83)