Mendoza School of Business


  • The Observer logo
    Kiser-Miller ticket wins 2024 ND student body election

    Management major Dawson Kiser and his running mate Maeve Miller were elected as Notre Dame student body president and vice president. The candidates ran on a platform that promotes new AI tool, dining hall and laundry changes.

    The Observer

  • Ellie Villaruz takes a selfie of herself (inset) and of her fellow accountancy classmates holding t-shirts announcing their majors.
    Student Perspectives: The Mendoza Core

    Accountancy major Ellie Villaruz discussed the "Mendoza Core" and how it helps first-years decide on a course of study.

    Ellie Villaruz

  • Julia Warden standing in front of a building in Oxford
    Site visits

    On a warm day last May, Julia Warden (BBA ’24) stood outside Lotte World, a Disneyland-inspired theme park in Seoul, South Korea. She flagged down park goers as they approached, […]

    Katie Rose Quandt

  • A laboratory for social innovation: resilience and recovery in Ukraine

    A partnership between Notre Dame's Nanovic Institute and Ukrainian Catholic University (UCU) brought undergrad business student Robert Batistich and a group of other students together with 20 Ukrainian students for a summer school encounter. Batistich said "We were there to learn about building resilience, but it seemed like they [the Ukrainian students] had already built a lot of it over the past 18 months.”

    Ty Burke

  • ND students at the stock pitch competition
    Double wins for Notre Dame Investment Club

    Students Jack Viscuso (BBA ’25), Jack Wayman (BBA ’25) and Ellie Wyshner (BBA ’25) took first in the Undergraduate Stock Pitch Challenge at Cornell University’s SC Johnson College of Business.

    Carol Elliott

  • students standing in Mendoza atrium
    ‘Minds for hire’: Student consulting club assists local businesses

    Irish Consulting is among a number of local organizations, including Notre Dame, that assist small businesses with issues ranging from planning and logistics to marketing, financing and legal compliance, often free of charge.

    Erin Blasko

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    Mendoza College offers new, hands on minor

    The Observer wrote a piece on the new Impact Consulting Minor which was developed as part of the new Core Curriculum for business majors.

    The Observer

  • Meaghan Northup and a friend outside the main building
    Undergraduate Student Perspective: Meaghan Northup

    Undergraduate business student Meaghan Northup writes about her experience at Notre Dame as a person with ADHD and how she faces challenges, her successes and finding everlasting friendships.

    Meaghan Northup

  • Deloitte Scholars stand on a street in Warsaw, Poland
    Undergrads gain global business perspective in Poland

    Over the course of 10 days, the Deloitte International Business Scholars met with top business leaders, entrepreneurs and government officials in Poland to discuss ethical business.

    Brandi Wampler

  • anna with students she's teaching in Uganda
    Notre Dame business student spends summer teaching, volunteering at school for disabled in Uganda

    NDBridge, a summer immersion program, challenges rising sophomores to “think hard about injustice, work with communities around the world that face it and consider their responsibility to the common good while at Notre Dame and beyond.” For business major Anna Koeberlein, it was the perfect service opportunity.

    Shannon Roddel