A trio of Notre Dame MBA students were part of an internship program through the Bermuda Business Development Agency that paired them with three Bermudians for research on economic diversification.
Even beginner business majors can answer the question, “What’s the primary objective of American business?” Answer: Maximizing returns for shareholders.
But as students in Jessica McManus Warnell’s Business and Culture in Japan course discovered, this isn’t the global standard for good business.…
The University recently welcomed 50 undergraduate women, including five Notre Dame women, to campus for an intensive investment management program focused on education, industry outreach, accessibility and career placement.
We are currently living in an age of substantial technological developments. Televisions, phones, and computers continually get sleeker and more efficient with each iteration and your average Joe will soon be able to act as a space tourist and own a car that drives itself. Yet, despite what seems like remarkable technological progress all around us, some technologies have advanced only incrementally over the years. Take audio speakers for example. They have largely been confined to their traditional conical structure, giving us good quality sound but in a bulky package. Resonado, a student-led startup out of the University of Notre Dame, is seeking to change this.…
Katie Eilert (MARK '18), who describes herself as a “coffee-fueled optimist (and former perfectionist) who believes in a good world and bad puns,” was selected to Poets & Quants for Undergrads' list of the "2018 Best and Brightest Undergraduate Business Majors…
A team of University of Notre Dame MBA students took first place in the 2018 Illinois MBA Strategy Case Competition, besting 15 other business schools. The event, now in its 10th year, took place at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Poets & Quants published a story on a fundraising project undertaken by some Mendoza College of Business students who are taking Principles of Management this semester.
Jim Hiltz and Zachary Pedersen, both Notre Dame MBA Class of 2018, devoted a week of their winter break to a special building project in the tiny Jamaican community of Jacob’s Ladder.
Chris Stevens' Principles of Management students practice the mission of Mendoza by helping nonprofit organizations, local businesses and other causes. Their current projects include the Logan Center and a 15-year-old victim of the Parkland school shooting.
By Marci Mullaney, Center for Career Development
Designed to enhance student life by bringing a variety of resources under one roof, the new Duncan Student Center houses the Office of Residential Life, Graduate Student Life, RecSports, Student Media and the new Center for Career Development.…
Sponsored by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, the Gilman Scholarship provides financial support for American undergraduate students of limited financial means to study or intern abroad.
Students write and present international ethics cases that are headed for wider distribution.
New tech classroom accommodates MBA/MSBA dual degree and undergraduate business analytics major.
Lily Ly has maximized her Notre Dame MBA experience—inside the classroom and out—in hopes of one day running the largest sporting event in the United States.
Sandra Yu earned a bachelor of science in science-business from Notre Dame in 2017, and currently is enrolled in the Notre Dame Master of Science in Management through the Mendoza College of Business.
Frank Chung to study in the United Kingdom in spring 2018.
Business Problem Solving students create industry solutions based on Microsoft HoloLens.
Three University of Notre Dame MBA students will be spending their winter break in Jamaica, but their plans don’t include the typical tourist fun-in-the-sun activities. Instead, James Hiltz, Zachary Pedersen and Brock Reneer will be swinging hammers and hauling building materials to help build a home for abandoned and disabled children.…
The Notre Dame MBA enrolls 38 veterans through the Yellow Ribbon Program.
Mendoza candidates prevail over teams from 10 top universities.
Poets & Quants recognizes 12 incoming candidates.
It’s been 50 years since Notre Dame launched its MBA program, and in that time, the class size has almost tripled, increasing from 50 in 1967 to 131 in 2017. And when the inaugural MBA class arrived on campus, it was comprised entirely of men, whereas today, nearly 30 percent of the classes are comprised of women.* …
Andrew Engvall led the preparation of Capital One’s capital distribution plan, including $3 billion in share repurchases and dividends for 2016-17.
After graduating, Lee started a carer with Bank of America in Charlotte, NC.
Cornick accepted a position as a finance manager with Ecolab in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Through Mendoza’s new Career Leadership course, Notre Dame MBA students are connecting their passions and their values to the organizations that need them the most—and receiving a record number of job offers in the process.
The Catholic Leadership Institute is a management training program for higher education professionals that has been internationalized to serve those working in former Soviet bloc countries.
Anderson is an Air Force veteran and executive director of the Pat Tillman Foundation.
Taking time away from their final exams, commencement celebrations and cap and gown fittings, Notre Dame Mendoza College of Business graduates reflect on the paths that brought them to Notre Dame and on the biggest lessons they learned while here. At the same time, they look ahead to their futures and anticipate where their Notre Dame degrees will take them. See what success looks like by reading their personal stories.
Five Mendoza faculty members received 2017 Joyce Awards for profound influence on undergraduate students: Corey Angst, Wendy Angst, Robert Battalio, Hong Guo and Ed Hums.