October 10, 2019MBA Student Perspective – Erin Bierbusse
August 19, 2019Living the Disney Dream
Business & Analytics major Zach Zeller '20 talks about what it's like to intern at one of the largest entertainment companies in the world — The Walt Disney Company.
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August 16, 2019MBA Student Perspective – Mary Coghlin
When asked why we chose Notre Dame for our MBA, many of my fellow classmates will share that they had heard through conversations with students and alumni about the unparalleled professional network, the focus on ethics in business and the generosity of the Notre Dame family. Their research pointed them toward Mendoza, and they trusted […]
June 19, 2019MBA Student Perspective: Kevin Gore
While I foresaw the value of a Mendoza MBA, I was broadsided by something totally unexpected: While I saw that many other schools were self-referential, I chose Notre Dame because I believed in her mission to impact the world for good through business. I deeply desire to better the world around me, and what better […]
May 8, 2019MBA Student Perspective: Jae Wook Yoo
After eight years of working for a stable financial institution in South Korea, I decided to pursue an MBA because I wanted to do more meaningful and impactful work in the rapidly changing digital age. Notre Dame’s emphasis on “asking more of business” and “business as a force for good” aligned exactly with my own […]
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April 16, 2019MNA Student Perspective – Asusena Resendiz
First-generation immigrant Asusena Reséndiz ’16 is applying the lessons she learned in the Master of Nonprofit Administration program at Notre Dame to improve the lives of millions of Texans.
April 9, 2019MBA Student Perspective: J.R. Nemelka
In determining which MBA program would be right for me, I focused on three pieces of criteria: it must feel like home; it must have a mission to serve; and I must be excited to tell others about it. After visiting a handful of schools, I made a list of the ones to which I’d […]
March 30, 2019ND student startup to compete in elite Rice Business Plan
An Innovation Park-startup founded by four University of Notre Dame undergraduate students was selected to compete in the 19th annual Rice Business Plan Competition (RBPC), considered the world’s richest and largest student startup competitions. The event, set for April 4-6, features 42 teams from some of the world’s top universities vying for more than $1.5 million in prizes.
March 13, 2019Pivoting from Madison Avenue to Wall Street
MSF student John Driscoll ’19 is using his Notre Dame training in finance to forge a career in his first love: investment banking.
March 12, 2019Student Perspective: Emily Clark
I had never seen the movie Rudy before attending Notre Dame. After watching the film on the football field inside Notre Dame Stadium with my classmates last August, I understood why the story is so cherished by students and alumni. There are many parallels between the story of an undersized benchwarmer who simply believed he […]