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    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.

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    100 Best & Brightest Business Majors Of 2021

    Accountancy major Tyler Ancona and marketing major Megan Whelan were named to Poets & Quants' list of 2021 Best and Brightest Business Majors.

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    Poets & Quants’ Undergraduate B-School Rankings

    Mendoza's Undergraduate Studies program ranked No. 7 nationwide in Poets & Quants' recently released list 2021 Best Undergraduate Business Schools. Ninety-three schools were included in the ranking, which was based on ratings for admissions standards, academic excellence and employment outcome.

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  • ‘All Else Equal’ podcast connects students with business, economics professors

    Economist and Finance Professor Jason Reed and Forrest Spence, a colleague in the economics department, teamed up to create a weekly podcast “All Else Equal," with the goal to engage students in the era of COVID-19.

    Melissa Jackson

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    2 business majors receive student leadership awards

    Marketing and film, television and theater major Eric Kim received the Rev. A. Leonard Collins, C.S.C., Award, honoring a graduating senior who has made substantial personal efforts to advance the interests of students at Notre Dame. Accountancy major Madeline Coady was awarded the Ray Siegfried Award for Leadership Excellence, given to a graduating senior who exemplifies the qualities of leadership, generosity, devotion to the Catholic faith and affinity for athletics.

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    Corona Stories

    Junior management consulting major Tatiana Pernetti was featured in a series of first-person pieces about the Notre Dame student experience as the pandemic unfolded.

    Notre Dame Magazine

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    The professor next door

    Ed Hums ’75, a teaching professor of accountancy, expertly flips pancakes as his wife, Shirley ’97MNA, who works in IT support at the Joyce Center, pours the batter in uniform circles to create chocolate-chip or blueberry treats. They've been part of the faculty-in-residence program for over six years, providing students in their dorm with the benefit of their life experiences and a sympathetic ear.

    Notre Dame Magazine

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    Poets & Quants’ 2020 Best & Brightest: Bruce Leonard Morris, Notre Dame

    Management Consulting senior Bruce Morris was named to Poet & Quant's list of Best & Brightest for 2020.

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    Aloha, e-learning: Notre Dame professor tackles online teaching with style

    Associate teaching professor of management Chad Harms is no stranger to the challenges and opportunities presented by online learning. So when the coronavirus pandemic shifted courses online in March Harms donned a floral patterned button-up shirt and got to work.

    Melissa Jackson

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    Student Pipeline: Iesha Magallanes and Daniel Jimenez, founders of Debtly

    Co-founders Iesha Magallanes (computer science and design) and accountancy major Daniel Jimenez have drawn from a unique combination of skills to deliver a personal finance app that will be one of the IDEA Center’s Race to Revenue ventures.

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