August 10, 2020I am HERE: Jason Reed
Finance professor Jason Reed says he’s been mentally preparing to come back since Notre Dame President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., announced that the semester would begin early. “I think I am more excited than the students are, if that’s possible,” Reed said.
Gwen O'Brien, NDWorks
August 3, 2020Shelter in the storm: The classroom can be a refuge for students amid the chaos of COVID-19
Like many of his colleagues, finance professor Jason Reed had to radically adjust the way he taught and interacted with his students with the added difficulty and blessing of a new addition to the family. But for Reed, the uncertain times were a reminder of why he came to Notre Dame in the first place.
July 30, 2020A goodwill gesture constructed with a 3D printer and a little extra time
Kevin Zufelt (EMBA ’21) found an opportunity to help the medical community by putting the 3D printer he purchased a few years earlier into good use, making ear savers.
July 28, 2020Finding a seat: 2 business profs and a grad student built an app to help sports venues with physical distancing
Scott Nestler and Seth Berry, both professors of IT, Analytics and Operations, and MSBA/MBA candidate Joe Jenkins developed a cloud-based tool to help venue managers plan out the optimum seating configuration that aligns with their physical distancing and reduced capacity mandates.
April 15, 2020Growing the Good, One Micro-Loan at a Time
University of Notre Dame undergraduate students grow the good in business through the Jubilee Initiative for Financial Inclusion, a micro-lending nonprofit founded by Mendoza College of Business alumnus Peter Woo (B.B.A '14).
Amanda N. Jacobson
April 8, 2020Good 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.
March 30, 2020Pandemic prayer
Every day of the week, in the small chapel on the second floor of Mendoza College of Business, MBA candidate Father Arthur Joseph Ssembajja prays alone.
March 25, 2020Aloha, e-learning: Notre Dame professor tackles online teaching with style
Associate teaching professor of management Chad Harms is no stranger to the challenges and opportunities presented by online learning. So when the coronavirus pandemic shifted courses online in March Harms donned a floral patterned button-up shirt and got to work.
March 25, 2020How to prioritize ethical leadership amid the pandemic
Three insights that approach crises as opportunities for ethical leadership, not opportunism. As COVID-19 crept toward Chattanooga, Tennessee, Matt Colvin and his brother Noah saw a business opportunity. They drove more than a thousand miles to small, rural towns, buying up all the hand sanitizer they could find. Matt Colvin listed the bottles on Amazon, […]
Brett Beasley and Christopher Adkins
February 26, 2020A Leap of Faith