Mendoza School of Business

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  • June 17, 2022
    Student Perspective, Experiential Learning: Michael Rziha, MSBA ’22

    Experiential learning plays a pivotal role in our MSBA program student experience. Students have the opportunity to work with organizations to solve real-world problems. Learn more about Michael’s capstone experience.     Q: Who was your capstone partner and what was your goal? For my MSBA capstone project, our team was paired with the South […]

    Shane McCoy

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    June 7, 2022
    Corporate America mostly silent on recent mass shootings: Experts

    Management Professor James O'Rourke said, "In domestic issues it's complicated because lawmaking is mostly done at the local and state level, and executives must operate across state lines. If they take a position on every issue, it is likely key stake holders will abandon them," in a piece by ABC News.

    ABC News

  • June 7, 2022
    Mendoza College of Business faculty member awarded grant to address issues emerging from the Church sexual abuse crisis

    Management professor Amanda McKendree received an initiation grant for research entitled “Responsiveness, Reconciliation, and Renewal: Crisis Leadership and Clergy Sexual Abuse.”

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    June 6, 2022
    Why Notre Dame is boldly pushing ahead on blend of live and remote learning

    University Business examines Notre Dame's hybrid learning model and talks about Mendoza College of Business' experiments with an enterprise-level video management system that gives professors the ability to record and save classroom lectures for future use by students.

    University Business

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    June 3, 2022
    More than NIL

    With their company MOGL, Mendoza alums Ayden Syal and Brandon Wimbush are striving to help brands and college athletes navigate the new world of NIL.

    Brendan O’Shaughnessy

  • June 1, 2022
    Taking environmental justice locally

    As a part of the "Climate, Economics, & Business Ethics" course at Notre Dame, teams of undergraduate students pursued final projects that have an impact beyond the classroom, promote sustainability and even provide support to local organizations.

    Brandi Wampler

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    May 27, 2022
    ‘World at a crossroad’: UBS’ Suni Harford challenges Notre Dame business graduates

    Suni Harford, president of UBS Asset Management, delivered the commencement address during the Mendoza College of Business’ graduate program diploma ceremony on May 14, 2022.

    Carol Elliott

  • May 26, 2022
    Follow science? Consumers do not always buy scientifically developed products

    Assistant Professor of Marketing John Costello's research was featured in the Diário da Saúde story. Costello said "As consumers, we tend to associate fun and sensory pleasures with warmth. This means that there is a mismatch between our expectations that pleasant products are warm and our sense that science is cold."

    Diário da Saúde

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    May 24, 2022
    Operational transparency mandates help reduce pharmaceutical drug shortages, research finds

    Both the U.S. and Canada have mandates requiring drug manufacturers to report drug manufacturing interruptions that could lead to shortages. Research from Notre Dame is looking at whether these mandates actually help reduce shortages of lifesaving pharmaceutical drugs.

    Courtney Ryan

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    May 24, 2022
    Answer: This Mendoza alum won $25,900 on Jeopardy!

    MSM grad Nick Heise, 25, grew up watching the show sporadically and decided to take the qualifying test in 2020 when it became more convenient because of COVID restrictions.

    Bryan Fields