Mendoza School of Business


  • Notre Dame DEI case competition announces winners

    Student teams from across the University proposed solutions for improving equity in health care through private equity.

    Carol Elliott

  • Tamika Catchings holding a cup in her tea shop.
    New arenas to dominate

    Basketball star Tamika Catchings (EMBA ’25) aims to expand her business and nonprofit.

    Brendan O’Shaughnessy (ND ’93)

  • 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

  • piles of building materials for the ECDC center in Uganda with a painted ND on a wall
    First Educational Steps

    Mendoza’s Powerful Means Program co-designs and opens an Early Childhood Development Center at St. Bakhita’s Vocational Training Center in Uganda.

    Danna Lorch

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    Virtual worlds: Professors, students explore extended reality for research and learning.

    While studying concepts ranging from carbon-neutral architectural design to boardroom strategy to exposure therapy and beyond, Notre Dame faculty and students are donning virtual-reality headsets to immerse themselves in alternative universes.

    Author: Margaret Fosmoe ’85

  • crucifix hanging on the outer wall of the stairwell in Mendoza.
    Cross purposes

    Crucifix by Croatian sculptor and former ND professor installed in Mendoza atrium as a reminder of purpose and faith.

    John Nagy (M.A. ’00)

  • accountancy professor ken milani teaching in a classroom.
    And Counting

    Notre Dame Magazine profiled Ken Milani's amazing 52-year career at Notre Dame in "And Counting."

    Notre Dame Magazine

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    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)

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    Mission Driven

    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.

    Brendan O’Shaughnessy

  • amy siegfried on las vegas morning blend tv
    Fair Game

    MBA alum Amy Buchan Siegfried is leading a sports-talk startup designed to get women off the sidelines.

    Danna Lorch