Mendoza School of Business


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    April 19, 2021
    Notre Dame’s Chicago-based Executive MBA program announces new format

    Starting in January 2022, the new format for the University of Notre Dame's Executive MBA-Chicago (EMBA-C) extends the length of its program to two years with monthly residencies Thursday through Saturday.

    Carol Elliott

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    April 19, 2021
    Lecture explores misinformation in China

    The Observer covered a lecture about disinformation in China by Freedom House research director Sarah Cook. The lecture was part of Mendoza College of Business' Ten Years Hence webinar series that began in 2002 to explore issues and ideas that were likely to affect the world over the next decade.

    The Observer

  • Conor McGrath, a student in our residential MSBA program's Class of 2021.
    April 15, 2021
    Student Perspective: Conor McGrath (MSBA ’21)

    Say hello to Conor McGrath, a student in our residential Master of Science in Business Analytics program. Conor shares why he chose Notre Dame’s MSBA program, how professors and resources supported his growth, and the program’s emphasis on growing the good through ethical decision-making.

    Conor McGrath

  • Julia Szepieniec, a graduate student in Mendoza's Master of Science in Management Class of 2021
    April 15, 2021
    Student Perspective: Julia Szepieniec (MSM ’21)

    Meet Julia Szepieniec, a student in our MSM program and member of Notre Dame's women's rowing team. Here, she details why she chose Mendoza's MSM program, the strong bond that exists within her cohort, and the power of diversity in the face of adversity.

    Julia Szepieniec

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    April 5, 2021
    Father Pete

    The spirited, energetic, people-loving, gregarious Holy Cross priest Fr. Pete McCormick (M.Div. ’06, MBA ’15) was featured in a story by Notre Dame Magazine.

    Notre Dame Magazine

  • March 30, 2021
    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

  • March 30, 2021
    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

  • March 29, 2021
    Five Women in Business members win 2021 Everyone’s Business Global Case Competition

    Five members of Mendoza's Women in Business club took home first place at the 2021 Everyone's Business Global Case Competition. This year's challenge was to advise investment banking giant UBS on achieving greater equity in business lending.

    Amanda N. Jacobson

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    March 28, 2021
    100 Best & Brightest Business Majors Of 2021

    Accountancy major Tyler Ancona and marketing major Megan Whelan were named to Poets & Quants' list of 2021 Best and Brightest Business Majors.

    Poets & Quants

  • March 26, 2021
    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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