Mendoza School of Business


  • September 5, 2019
    Dean’s Speaker Series kicks off with newly retired NetApp vice chairman Tom Mendoza

    Recently retired vice chairman of data services and management company NetApp Tom Mendoza's speech at Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business is free and open to the public, and takes place 11 a.m. to noon on September 13 in Mendoza's Jordan Auditorium.

    Carol Elliott

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    September 4, 2019
    20% of Big 4-audited IPOs report weaknesses in financial-reporting controls

    Market Watch published a piece about an SEC proposal to exempt some development-stage biotech and medical device companies from getting an auditor’s opinion on their internal controls. Commissioner Hester Peirce spoke of her support for the proposal at Mendoza's 2019 CARE conference, saying that investors want their money to go to research and growing the company and not to auditors.

    Market Watch

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    September 3, 2019
    MBA apps are down but the latest crop of incoming students are really impressive

    Forbes wrote a piece about MBA student Father Arthur Joseph Ssembajja, whose profile recently appeared in a Poet's & Quants list of MBA class of 2021 go-getters. According to Forbes, Ssembajja is just one example of the exceptional students who are sacrificing to pursue an MBA.


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    September 3, 2019
    New course dovetails with diversity trends

    Human Resource Executive wrote a piece on the Women in Leadership course, which was designed to prepare women to build strategic leadership skills, lead effective change, practice ethical decision-making, negotiate and resolve conflict, and build relationships through mentorship and networking.

    Human Resource Executive

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    August 31, 2019
    Program offers fundraising lessons for nonprofit professionals, volunteers

    The Elkhart Truth reported on a six-part nonprofit certificate education program on fundraising called “Money for Your Mission,” which runs from Sept. 11 to Dec. 11. The program is hosted by Mendoza College of Business and is led by Mark Germano, an instructor with the Nonprofit Certificate Education program.

    Elkhart Truth

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    August 30, 2019
    Meet the MBA class of 2021: The go-getters

    Poets & Quants' "Meet the MBA Class of 2021: The Go-Getters" featured Mendoza student Father Arthur Joseph Ssembajja. Ssembajja is a Roman Catholic priest from Uganda who came to Notre Dame in order to learn as much as he can to better serve his community.

    Poets & Quants

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    August 30, 2019
    The University of Notre Dame partners with Bisk to deliver online Women in Leadership course

    The Women in Leadership course prepares women to build strategic leadership skills, lead effective change, practice ethical decision making, negotiate and resolve conflict, and build relationships through mentorship and networking.

    Carol Elliott

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    August 29, 2019
    Resonado Becomes Official Sound Partner Of Notre Dame Athletics

    Markets Insider covered Notre Dame Global Partnerships entering into a new partnership with Resonado, an award-winning startup company founded on the University's campus by Mendoza alums Brian Cho and Erikc Perez-Perez, finance major Peter Moeckel, and electrical engineering alum Christian Femrite. Resonado designs and develops audio systems with patented Flat Core Speaker (FCS) technology.

    Markets Insider

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    August 28, 2019
    US Air Force will use Notre Dame startup SIMBA Chain to secure its supply chain

    Notre Dame startup and Innovation Park tenant SIMBA Chain has been chosen to help the U.S. Air Force with additive manufacturing efforts on the battlefield and at home. MBA student Karl Burns serves as SIMBA's strategic partnerships manager.

    IDEA Center - Melanie Lux

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    August 28, 2019
    Humility is a double-edged sword for some leaders

    Management professor Cindy Muir's research counters the theory that humble leaders are the best leaders, and in fact finds that those who display humility are viewed as less competent, independent and influential.

    Shannon Roddel