Mendoza School of Business


  • Global EMBA Students Tackle Business Challenge in Singapore

    A cohort of 24 Notre Dame Executive MBA students recently embarked on a transformative 10-day immersion in Singapore as part of a three-credit elective designed to equip them with innovative […]

    Angela Sienko

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    Frontlines in America partners with Summit Lake Paiute

    University of Notre Dame MBA students in Frontlines in America were invited to work with the Summit Lake Paiute tribe on a project to support their efforts for economic sovereignty.

    Business on the Frontlines

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    Latest Frontlines course applies frameworks to regenerate economies, ecologies

    Students in the REEL class learn social systems thinking and mapping, holistic management practices and strategic planning while each bringing the strengths of their own discipline to bear on the project they’re co-creating with their partner organizations.

    Business on the Frontlines

  • Grow Irish students take notes from their partners at Food City
    A Win-Win for the Irish

    Grow Irish immersions offer graduate business students a way to apply their skills to real-world business challenges posed by alumni-led organizations.

    Courtney Ryan

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    Giving back to do great good

    An interview with Ken Meyer (BS ‘66), the philanthropist behind the Meyer Business on the Frontlines Program 

    Business on the Fronlines

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    Site visits

    On a warm day last May, Julia Warden (BBA ’24) stood outside Lotte World, a Disneyland-inspired theme park in Seoul, South Korea. She flagged down park goers as they approached, […]

    Katie Rose Quandt

  • A laboratory for social innovation: resilience and recovery in Ukraine

    A partnership between Notre Dame's Nanovic Institute and Ukrainian Catholic University (UCU) brought undergrad business student Robert Batistich and a group of other students together with 20 Ukrainian students for a summer school encounter. Batistich said "We were there to learn about building resilience, but it seemed like they [the Ukrainian students] had already built a lot of it over the past 18 months.”

    Ty Burke

  • Professor McManus and her team in Japan
    Fukushima firsthand

    What does it take for a community to recover from a natural or manmade disaster, or even a combination of the two? Professor Jessica McManus Warnell and a team from Notre Dame traveled to Japan to examine the recovery efforts from the Fukushima disaster.

    Christine Cox

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    Making an impact as a business graduate

    Study International listed four business schools, including the Mendoza College of Business, with grad programs that help students make a difference in the world and in their futures.

    Study International

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    ‘Minds for hire’: Student consulting club assists local businesses

    Irish Consulting is among a number of local organizations, including Notre Dame, that assist small businesses with issues ranging from planning and logistics to marketing, financing and legal compliance, often free of charge.

    Erin Blasko