October 19, 2021Muffet McGraw to be featured speaker for Mendoza series
Muffet McGraw, former head coach of the University of Notre Dame women’s basketball team for 33 seasons, will be the featured speaker for the Mendoza College of Business Dean’s Speaker Series.
October 19, 2021Marketing strategies can help overcome COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy, study shows
Assistant professor of marketing Mitch Olsen's research focuses on using a market segmentation approach to overcome COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy.
October 18, 2021How we define success
Management professor Joe Holt was a featured guest on WVPE, speaking about how success is defined and its relationship to happiness and fulfillment.
October 14, 2021Inclusion and justice: Accenture’s Marty Rodgers on inclusion as a driver of innovation
Marty Rodgers (ND '88), market unit lead for Accenture and University of Notre Dame Hesburgh trustee, will deliver a talk, “Liberty and Justice for All,” from 2 to 3:30 p.m. Oct. 21 (Thursday) in the Mendoza College of Business’ Jordan Auditorium.
October 13, 2021Private equity funds, sensing profit in tumult, are propping up oil
Finance professor Sophie Shive was interviewed by the New York Times about the investment in the energy sector by secretive private equity groups.
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October 11, 2021Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity partners with Notre Dame business school
The Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., the first intercollegiate Greek-lettered fraternity for African American men, and the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business are partnering to support members seeking to develop as leaders through a business education.
October 7, 2021Mendoza honors graduate alums for service
The University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business honored five graduate alumni for their service to the College and greater community during an awards presentation on Sept. 17.
September 30, 2021What the USPS’s future could mean for your holiday gifts
News Nation interviewed management professor James O'Rourke about the likelihood of higher prices and a slowdown at the USPS for the holiday season.
September 30, 2021From paints to plastics, a chemical shortage ignites prices
Supply chain expert and management professor Kaitlin Wowak was quoted in an AP piece about the continued supply chain issues stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown.
September 26, 2021Cracking the Code on Generosity: Nathan Chappell
Americans are known worldwide for their generosity, but studies show American generosity is eroding. A recent report from the Generosity Commission points out that 20 million fewer American households make philanthropic donations today compared to the year 2000. This development is bad news for nonprofits that rely on these gifts to accomplish their work. But […]
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