August 19, 2020Virtual ND series explores communicating across cultures
A new fall online series offered by the University of Notre Dame Alumni Association is aimed at helping participants develop communication skills critical to enhancing cultural awareness, knowledge and practical skills in the increasingly diverse contemporary workplace.
August 19, 2020Without action by Congress, US Postal Service has about one year to survive, expert says
Without action by Congress to fund a service that is essential to every American, however, the Postal Service has at best a year to survive, according to James O’Rourke, professor of management at the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business.
August 19, 2020U. of Notre Dame lands $15 Million for international business course (Gifts Roundup)
The Chronicle of Philanthropy covered the generous $15 million gift given by Kenneth and Susan Meyer to expand the Business on the Frontlines course, which gives MBA students opportunities to collaborate with international humanitarian groups, among other organizations.
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August 17, 2020Auditors’ reputations linked to client portfolio, study finds
It’s an ongoing challenge for the average consumer to accurately assess the quality and value of professional service providers, whether it’s a mechanic or a medical professional; a real estate agent or a plumber; an auditor or a financial planner. For most, the divining rod is reputation. The importance consumers place on reputation influences how […]
August 12, 2020Ken and Susan Meyer endow Notre Dame’s Business on the Frontlines initiative
Through the Meyer Business on the Frontlines Program, Mendoza aims to offer this opportunity to about 100-plus MBA students annually, and improve the lives of thousands of people around the world.
August 10, 2020I am HERE: Jason Reed
Finance professor Jason Reed says he’s been mentally preparing to come back since Notre Dame President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., announced that the semester would begin early. “I think I am more excited than the students are, if that’s possible,” Reed said.
Gwen O'Brien, NDWorks
August 5, 2020Quality suffers for audit offices with clients from different industries, study shows
The quality of audit services suffers when an audit firm has clients from many different industries, according to new research from Accountancy Professor Erik Beardsley.
August 5, 2020In a huge year for consulting MBAs, these schools were the top industry feeders
2019 was a banner year for MBA consulting jobs, according to an article from Poets & Quants, which included Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business on its list.
Poets & Quants
August 4, 2020Poets & Quants’ 2020 “Best & Brightest Executive MBAs”
Notre Dame EMBA students John Foley and Sydney Storey were recognized by Poets & Quants as being among the top EMBA students in the country.
Poets & Quants
August 3, 2020Shelter in the storm: The classroom can be a refuge for students amid the chaos of COVID-19
Like many of his colleagues, finance professor Jason Reed had to radically adjust the way he taught and interacted with his students with the added difficulty and blessing of a new addition to the family. But for Reed, the uncertain times were a reminder of why he came to Notre Dame in the first place.