Mendoza School of Business


  • Hand-held Indiana Whiskey hand sanitizer bottles
    April 8, 2020
    Good spirits: ND MBA grad shifts distillery production to hand sanitizer

    Barely a week after federal regulators gave distilleries the green light to begin production in the wake of the shortage caused by coronavirus, the first bottles of Indiana Whiskey hand sanitizer rolled out for distribution to essential workers in the region.

    Melissa Jackson

  • Makayla Vasquez
    August 24, 2019
    What though the odds

    Business Analytics major Makayla Vasquez (BAN '19) was featured in a video about her journey to Notre Dame and how it changed her life.

    ND Development

  • May 13, 2019
    Alumni Perspective: Elie El-Zammar, MBA ’13

    Elie El-Zammar

  • May 13, 2019
    Alumni Perspective: Mark Faldowski, MBA’17

    Mark Faldowski

  • May 13, 2019
    Alumni Perspective: David Olivencia, MBA ’04

    David Olivencia

  • the brogans sit together on a couch
    May 3, 2019
    Brogan Awards given to top five women MBA students

    It was a different era when John Brogan started his MBA at Notre Dame. This was in 1968. The MBA program had launched just the year before, partly in response to a burgeoning trend of increasing the professionalism of business through graduate education. Mostly, however, the program launched due to the vision of business school […]

    Carol Elliott

  • logo and banner for 2019 best and brightest
    April 28, 2019
    Mendoza student Charlotte Pekoske named to P&Qs 2019 Best & Brightest MBAs list

    Mendoza student Charlotte Pekoske is among 100 gifted graduates from the Class of 2019 chosen to be on Poets & Quants Best and Brightest list. Now in its fifth year, the Best & Brightest celebrates MBAs whose academic prowess, extracurricular achievements, innate potential, and inspirational life journeys make them standouts in their graduate business schools.

    Poets & Quants

  • little boy smiling
    February 26, 2019
    Business on the Frontlines: Justin Whitmore

    Tyson Foods’ first chief sustainability officer reflects on what his experience in Rwanda taught him about empathy and finding common solutions.

    John Nagy

  • December 13, 2018
    Alumni give Mendoza A+ grade in Poet’s and Quants survey

    Members of Mendoza’s Class of 2016 were invited to grade their business school via a 43-question alumni survey that Poets & Quants sent out to graduates of the best undergraduate business programs in the country. When P&Q compiled the responses, Mendoza took the top spot overall, with Mendoza grads giving an A+ to alumni network-related questions.

    Poets & Quants

  • December 9, 2018
    ND Impact Partners: Five Years In and Growing

    It started in 2014 with a modest question: How could Mendoza alumni continue to use their business skills and acumen to benefit local nonprofits?  Five years later, there’s a strong answer in the form of the Notre Dame Impact Partners initiative. The program pairs Mendoza alumni with a nonprofit in their own community for four months of work on a strategic project. Annual closing dinners were recently held for the Mendoza volunteers to present their recommendations to the organizations they collaborated with and to celebrate the teamwork. Most teams are comprised of 6 alumni, who collaborate and also spend time working on individual portions of the project that leverage their specific skill-sets and expertise.…

    Lynn Freehill-Maye