Mendoza School of Business


  • Hoop dreams do come true

    Through his internship with the Indiana Pacers, Peter Zanca MBA/MSBA ’20, took the first step toward realizing his dream of working in analytics with an NBA franchise.

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    Facebook’s Libra might be the best bet for cryptocurrency

    Finance Professor Bill McDonald analyzed Facebook's whitepaper on Libra, a new, simple global currency and financial infrastructure that is intended to empower billions of people. McDonald, the Thomas A. and James J. Bruder Chair in Administrative Leadership at Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business, previously worked as a vice president at the Schwab Center for Investment Research in San Francisco during the Internet boom/bust, and he has consulted for major investment banks, brokerages and stock exchanges, and served as an expert witness.

    Carol Elliott

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    Brogan Awards given to top five women MBA students

    It was a different era when John Brogan started his MBA at Notre Dame. This was in 1968. The MBA program had launched just the year before, partly in response to a burgeoning trend of increasing the professionalism of business through graduate education. Mostly, however, the program launched due to the vision of business school […]

    Carol Elliott

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    Mendoza student Charlotte Pekoske named to P&Qs 2019 Best & Brightest MBAs list

    Mendoza student Charlotte Pekoske is among 100 gifted graduates from the Class of 2019 chosen to be on Poets & Quants Best and Brightest list. Now in its fifth year, the Best & Brightest celebrates MBAs whose academic prowess, extracurricular achievements, innate potential, and inspirational life journeys make them standouts in their graduate business schools.

    Poets & Quants

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    Loaves and Fishes: MBA students bring business analysis to Amazon products

    Deep in the heart of the Amazon rainforest — reached by a flight into the jungle, a two-hour boat trip, a pickup truck transporting 31 people in the bed despite a downpour, and a half-hour walk — five Notre Dame MBA students and two faculty advisers are learning how to turn mandioca root into a local starch product called farinha. They're part of the semester-long Business on the Frontlines (BOTFL) course, which examines the impact of business in societies suffering from deep poverty or conflict.

    Brendan O'Shaughnessy

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    Business on the Frontlines: ‘Recognizing the impossible is absolutely necessary’

    Kelly Chase (MBA ’16) and her four Business on the Frontlines teammates traveled to Dili, Timor-Leste’s capital city, in March. They had spent weeks prior to the trip extensively studying the country, but it wasn't until they arrived that the true challenge of what they faced hit home for Chase. Charged with identifying sustainable solutions to improve the livelihoods of farmers, the team faced language barriers, cultural differences and harsh physical conditions.

    Carol Elliott

  • Google It: Bringing Big Data To The Classroom

    With sleek glasses, dark shoulder-length hair and a charming demeanor, Kevin Hartman looks and acts the part of an innovative practitioner in the world of business analytics and big data. While his job centers around numbers and data, he sees his work as an art form just as much as it is a science. This perspective has also helped him become a relatable and impactful Notre Dame professor.

    Andrew Mentock

  • Business on the Frontlines: Justin Jones

    Justin Jones (MBA ’16) always strove to be a force for good in the world, but was never sure how that would look. It all came together for him during his MBA at Notre Dame — in particular, while helping humanitarian aid organization World Vision address child sex trafficking in the Philippines, as part of innovative Notre Dame MBA course Business on the Frontlines (BOTFL).

    Katie Rose Quandt

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    Business on the Frontlines: Justin Whitmore

    Tyson Foods’ first chief sustainability officer reflects on what his experience in Rwanda taught him about empathy and finding common solutions.

    John Nagy

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    ‘These are real people. These are real problems.’

    Erin Wehe (MBA ’18) acknowledges that things did not go as planned for members of her Business on the Front Lines (BOTFL) team when they arrived in the Palestinian territories earlier this year.

    James Karst

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