Mendoza School of Business


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    Telling stories of peace

    MNA student Brian Meagher has a passion for making the world a better place, and he’s doing it through storytelling.

    Brandi Wampler

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    Mendoza alum accelerates career at Tesla

    It was the mission to accelerate the world’s transition to sustainable energy that attracted EMBA alum Pete Rusin Jr. to work for Tesla.

    Melissa M. Jones and Brandi Wampler

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    The business of designing hope

    Notre Dame students raise funds and hope for new lives through a partnership with St. Bakhita's Vocational Training Center in Uganda. The effort is part of a remarkable ongoing collaboration that seeks to impact an entire region through design thinking and entrepreneurship.

    Carol Elliott

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    2021 Mendoza Year in Review

    Take a look back at the stories shared by the Mendoza College of Business throughout 2021. From College news and events to teaching and research, read about the imperative work that our alumni, students, faculty and staff have done to Grow the Good in Business.

    Brandi Wampler

  • ‘Always show up’

    When EMBA student Michael Carroll passed away suddenly, his brokenhearted classmates created a scholarship in his name to celebrate his remarkable spirit.

    Brendan O’Shaughnessy

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    The Art of the Divine

    Artist Vivian Imbruglia created icon “Our Lady of Sorrows” to commemorate the Mendoza College of Business’ 100th anniversary. The icon will be blessed by University president Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., as part of a Centennial Mass on Sept. 30 at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart and permanently installed in the St. Matthew Chapel in the Stayer Center.

    Carol Elliott

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    Value add

    In February 2020, 25 top female financial executives from around the country traveled to South Bend to participate in the second annual Women’s Investing Summit.

    Michael Hardy

  • An expanded vision

    Business on the Frontlines launched in 2008 at the Mendoza College of Business as a Notre Dame MBA course. The course, founded by management professor Viva O. Bartkus, is rooted in the belief that there is dignity in work and all people can be empowered to contribute to society.  During the past 12 years, BOTFL […]

    Carol Elliott

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    Frontlines in America

    Business on the Frontlines' new domestic program partners with organizations seeking to revitalize US communities in Chicago and Appalachia through the dynamic power of business.

    Carol Elliott