Mark Brebberman, (ND ’82)
Terrence Cavanaugh, (ND ’75)
John Rapchinski, (ND ’92)
Kevin McHugh, (ND ’80)
George Scanlon, (ND ’79)
Finance Professor Emeritus Lee Tavis opens the Business Education at Catholic Universities Conference with a positive view for mission-driven schools.
Gary Strickland, (ND ’85)
H. Dean Benner, (ND ’69)
Erin Hoffmann Harding, (ND ’97)
More than 245 business professors from the United States and abroad convene at the University of Notre Dame to examine Catholic business education.
Michael Seamon, (MBA ’94, ND ’92)
James Latta, (ND ’74)
May 2008, The Indianapolis Star, article by Associate Professor John Gaski.
James Karrels, (ND ’89)
Student Affairs awarded Accountancy major, Bridget Keating, with the Rev. A. Leonard Collins, C.S.C., Award for her outstanding leadership and achievements.
At the 2008 Department of Accountancy Awards banquet, nineteen seniors were given awards in honor of past members of the Notre Dame Accountancy community.
Mark Gerardi, (ND ’91)
Accountancy student Joshua Hammack (ND ‘08) was named valedictorian for his graduating class.
Sophomore Eva Binda, has been awarded a Crimson Summer Exchange (CSE) fellowship by the International Education and Fellowship program at Yale University.
Stephen J. Carter, (ND ’74)
James O’Hara, (ND ’83)
Walter F. Ielusic, (ND ’83)
A team of students, Christopher Mueller, James Duffy, John Dalhoff, Catherine Bowers and Anne Greteman were selected as one of the top five finalists in the annual PricewaterhouseCoopers xTax competition.
Harvard professor George J. Borjas will speak as part of the Ten Years Hence series about the economic impact of immigration.
March 2008, South Bend Tribune, features the Mendoza College of Business.
R. Patrick Kruczek, (ND ’87)
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 annual Ten Years Hence Speaker Series invites national experts to discuss matters from terrorism to immigration to what it means to be “green.”
David Neighbours, (ND ’99)
Nicholas Penna, (ND ’87)