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  • Aesha Browne EMBA 22
    Meet Aesha Browne, mother, wife, engineer & current EMBA student

    Right opportunity, right time. Busy mom, wife and industrial engineer Aesha Browne sets her sights higher by going back to school for her EMBA.

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    Poet and Quants’ Best Undergraduate B-School Rankings for 2022

    Mendoza College of Business ranked high with career outcomes and alumni experience onn the 2022 Poets & Quants' Best Undergrad B-Schools list.

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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

  • Student Perspective: Amanda Lester (EMBA ’21)

    Executive MBA student Amanda Lester shares why she chose to enroll in Notre Dame's on-campus program, her plans to improve equity and accessibility in the tech industry, and what makes the Notre Dame experience so special.

    Amanda Lester

  • Laura Labate, a student in Mendoza's Master of Science in Management program.
    Student Perspective: Laura Labate (MSM ’21)

    Meet Laura Labate, a student in our Master of Science in Management program. Here, she shares how her passion for human resources sprouted into a leadership role at Aldi, thanks to Mendoza's integrated curriculum and supportive alumni community.

    Laura Labate

  • First interterm Leadership Academy earns 80 percent satisfaction rate

    Mendoza's first-ever virtual interterm Leadership Academy received an 80 percent satisfaction rating among graduate student participants.

    Amanda N. Jacobson

  • Degrees of happiness? Formal education does not lead to greater job satisfaction, study shows

    New research by management professors Brittany Solomon (Hall) and Dean Shepherd reveals that people who have invested in formal education are not more satisfied in their careers.

    Shannon Roddel

  • ND Business Briefings: March 2021 alumni news and updates

    Former Navy cryptologic technician Marty Durcan wore plenty of hats at his first civilian job with a Chicago-area energy startup, Eligo Energy. “One day you’re working with the accounting team, the next day you’re doing a finance project, the next you’re running with sales and then you’re going into analytics,” said Durcan, who served four […]

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  • ND Business Briefings: February 2021 alumni news and updates

    Master of Nonprofit Administration grad steps into leadership role Voris Roberts Vigee (MNA ’20) became the first Black and female president and chief executive officer for Volunteers of America Southeast Louisiana last month. When she stepped into the top leadership role at the organization’s southeast Louisiana agency based in New Orleans, she made history during […]

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  • ND BUSINESS BRIEFINGS: January 2021 alumni news and updates

    Brewing up a startup Just in time for #DryJanuary, Emree (Chapman) Woods‘ non-alcoholic beer line entered the niche craft brew scene. “I’m extremely excited about the potential of the industry. It’s part of a ‘better-for-you’ trend. Part of living a healthy lifestyle is cutting back on alcohol,” said Woods, who studied management entrepreneurship at the […]

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