Peers who boost marginalized voices help others, and themselves, study shows
New research from the University of Notre Dame is the first to show that peers can help boost marginalized voices, and at the same time benefit their own status, all while helping their organization realize the potential of its employees’ diverse perspectives.
New Notre Dame initiative honors Paul Purcell
In 2008, Viva O. Bartkus, an associate professor of management at the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business, co-founded the Notre Dame MBA course Business on the Frontlines rooted in two simple beliefs: There is dignity in work, and all people can be empowered to contribute to society. A dozen years later, Business […]
Kirsten Martin named director of Notre Dame’s Technology Ethics Center
Kirsten Martin, the William P. and Hazel B. White Center Professor of Technology Ethics at the University of Notre Dame, has been appointed director of Notre Dame’s Technology Ethics Center (ND-TEC).
Mendoza students team up with South Bend non-profit Malawi Matters
The Observer wrote a piece about the work three business students did to help generate a marketing and distribution plan for the latest fundraising efforts of a local nonprofit.
Charting the course to your calling
What does it mean to have a “calling”? Notre Dame management researcher Matt Bloom visited hundreds of clergy, doctors, teachers and aid workers in 22 countries to find out.
Poets & Quants student features: Edwina King, Master’s in Accounting
Poets & Quants featured Mendoza College of Business MSA student Edwina King.
Poets & Quants
In February 2020, 25 top female financial executives from around the country traveled to South Bend to participate in the second annual Women’s Investing Summit.
Poets & Quants student features: Lacey Mendelson, Master’s in Management
Poets & Quants posted a profile of MSM student Lacey Mendelson as part of their student features.
Poets & Quants
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.
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.