October 27, 2020‘I will never forget the cries of those people’
ND MBA alum shares his first-hand account of being caught up in the unfolding political maelstrom in Belarus.
October 27, 2020ND Business Briefings: October 2020 alumni news and updates
News and updates about Mendoza alums
October 27, 2020Gather ’round — at a safe social distance
Mendoza College of Business added two fire pits and new Adirondack chairs to create a warm, campfire-like setting in the courtyard for the students.
October 23, 20202020 Most Disruptive MBA Startups: The Ugly Company, Notre Dame (Mendoza)
Poets & Quants wrote a profile on MBA grad Ben Moore and his Ugly Company startup which reduces food waste by upcycling ugly fruit that would have otherwise been tossed out into tasty all-natural dried fruit snacks.
Poets & Quants
October 21, 2020Analytics professor’s research offers new way to forecast COVID-19 cases, study impact of public health measures
A statistical estimation technique developed by assistant business analytics professor Zifeng Zhao and his fellow researchers offers public health officials a new way to build short-term forecasts of coronavirus diagnoses and deaths.
October 20, 2020From Skill-Building to Success: Emily Sowder (MSBA ’19)
Notre Dame MSBA alumna Emily Sowder shares how the Chicago program prepared her for a promotion and boosted her technical and interpersonal skills.
October 20, 2020Shaping Educational Equity: Charlotte Harris (MNA ’21)
Student Charlotte Harris shares how Mendoza's MNA program is helping her address gaps in educational opportunity for society's most vulnerable.
October 19, 2020Investors prone to extrapolation bias before earnings announcements, study finds
Behavioral finance researcher Peter Kelly's new research examined the mental shortcuts people take when trying to understand a situation or make a decision.
October 19, 2020At least 40 businesses in Michiana since March have closed or plan to
Marketing professor Mitchell Olsen at University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business said in a South Bend Tribune piece that the closure trend nationwide is comparable to what we are seeing locally.
South Bend Tribune
October 19, 2020A Fast Track to Growing the Good: Robert Armstrong (MBA ’21)
One-Year MBA candidate Robert Armstrong (MBA '21) shares how Mendoza’s strong community of mutual advancement is preparing him to grow the good in business.