Mendoza School of Business


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    Making an impact as a business graduate

    Study International listed four business schools, including the Mendoza College of Business, with grad programs that help students make a difference in the world and in their futures.

    Study International

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    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.

    Brandi Wampler

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    How Notre Dame’s Mendoza College reimagined its EMBA in a global context

    The new focus will give EMBA students opportunities to explore the business environment of the Global South, where Mendoza has long been involved as part of its mission for business to have a positive impact.

    Poets & Quants

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    Turning coursework into holistic problem solving for modern marketing issues

    Vamsi Kanuri shares how he brings his marketing research and expertise into the classroom to give marketing students hands-on experience.

    Courtney Ryan

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    Watching a train wreck

    Professor Kirsten Martin promotes balance of moderation and engagement in technology ethics.

    Notre Dame Stories

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    Students explore life as CEO with virtual reality

    Professor Tim Hubbard uses virtual reality technology to help students in the classroom understand the realities of making decisions like a CEO.

    Brandi Wampler

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    AIP Helps Non-accounting Majors Succeed in the MSA program

    Graduates of Notre Dame’s top-ranked M.S. in Accountancy (MSA) program are perennially recruited by the top accounting and financial services firms around the globe. The program, known for its quality, rigor, and focus on ethics, attracts some of the most talented and skilled accounting minds out there. But that doesn’t mean the program is solely […]

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    Fighting to Grow the Good in Business

    Professor Wendy Angst and representatives from the St. Bakhita Vocational Training Center in Uganda were the subjects of the What Would You Fight For? spot shown during the Irish's amazing victory over Clemson.

    What Would You Fight For?

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    When you provide opportunity

    In April 2022, Mendoza hosted an award ceremony for its inaugural DE&I Grow the Good in Business Case Competition featuring keynote speaker Tracy Graham (BBA ‘95). Read his speech to students explaining the challenges and triumphs that led him to Notre Dame, highlighting the importance of supporting diverse and inclusive perspectives.

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    Walk for Water Relay opens eyes to realities of Ugandan women

    The Innovation for Impact Club raised money and awareness to help Ugandan young women pursue an education with the Walk for Water Relay

    Brandi Wampler