‘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.
From Learning to Doing: MNA Student Excels in Hands-on Grow Irish Experience
"Grow Irish Week was a great opportunity to collaborate with my peers within a supportive team environment, and to bring together a variety of ideas and perspectives.” - Ellie Quijada-Navarro
Gaming out research
Notre Dame partners with Tel Aviv University to explore the social impact of online gaming in the MENA region.
Brendan O’Shaughnessy (ND '93)
Undergrads gain global business perspective in Poland
Over the course of 10 days, the Deloitte International Business Scholars met with top business leaders, entrepreneurs and government officials in Poland to discuss ethical business.
Grow Irish Week elevates graduate business student experience
Grow Irish Week is designed to provide meaningful skill-building and field experience for career development through immersive, off-campus learning opportunities.
Notre Dame business student spends summer teaching, volunteering at school for disabled in Uganda
NDBridge, a summer immersion program, challenges rising sophomores to “think hard about injustice, work with communities around the world that face it and consider their responsibility to the common good while at Notre Dame and beyond.” For business major Anna Koeberlein, it was the perfect service opportunity.
Rebuilding Ukraine’s Future
“The scope of this project was for UCU to set up a foundation in Wroclaw to help these refugees adapt to Polish society, but also from the other lens, too – it’s how do you help Polish citizens welcome the Ukrainian refugees?” said Jack Joswick (MBA ’23).
Brendan O’Shaughnessy and Paige Risser
Students tackle financial inclusion for annual DE&I case competition
This year’s case asked competing teams to address financial inclusion by presenting solutions that increase access to and the quality of financial services in underserved markets. Winners were named for both undergraduate and graduate cohorts.
Mendoza adds international projects to expand immersion opportunities
For the first time, University of Notre Dame MBA students can now tackle business challenges globally through new international projects. These week-long projects provide students with the opportunity to work for organizations in one of four countries.
Graduate students in Notre Dame’s Executive MBA program may have started small, but their goal of making an impact grew into reality by raising tens of thousands of dollars for a South Bend community group and veterans’ housing.