Mendoza School of Business


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    Jerome Bettis among 2022 Notre Dame graduating class

    Pro footballer and hall of famer Jerome Bettis' graduation with a degree from the Mendoza College of Business was covered by ABC 57.

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    Jerome Bettis is a Pro Football Hall of Famer. Sunday he’ll be a Notre Dame graduate, too

    USA Today covered pro footballer Jerome Bettis' graduation from the University of Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business after 28 years.

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    Investment Club pitches mountain resort giant Vail Resorts

    The Observer covered the Notre Dame Investment Club meeting Feb. 22. Sophomore finance majors Michael Gates, Casey Ott and Ryan Spezzacatena made the pitch for mountain resort giant Vail Resorts, the owner and operator of mountain resorts, luxury hotels and condominiums.


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    No question about it

    By the time you read this story, you and the rest of the world will know Matthew Downing’s fate. But at the time of this interview on the afternoon of Feb. 10, the senior marketing major at the University of Notre Dame was mum about whether he would emerge as champion or go down in […]

    Carol Elliott

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    NFL Hall of Famer goes back to school

    The Hall of Fame running back Jerome "The Bus" Bettis returned to Notre Dame to complete his undergraduate business degree 30 years after leaving college to pursue an NFL career. In this Today Show interview, he tells NBC's Anne Thompson, an ND alum and trustee, why finishing his degree was so important.

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    University encourages students to study crypto assets

    This is the third of a three-part series by the Observer exploring the world of cryptocurrencies and crypto-assets on the tri-campus.


  • Not just Wall Street: Finance alumni leverage their degree in a variety of careers

    Though Wall Street is often regarded as a primary landing place for finance majors, the resources and opportunities at Notre Dame lead finance students to a variety of postgraduate destinations, from academia to Broadway.

    Hailey Oppenlander

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    The business of designing hope

    Notre Dame students raise funds and hope for new lives through a partnership with St. Bakhita's Vocational Training Center in Uganda. The effort is part of a remarkable ongoing collaboration that seeks to impact an entire region through design thinking and entrepreneurship.

    Carol Elliott

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    Investment Club initiates position in Leslie’s pool supply company

    As a portion of the University’s endowment, Notre Dame’s Investment Club manages a $1.2 million portfolio of long equity positions. The investment club board invests in long equity positions with the intent to sell securities when they reach a higher target price.


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    The most disruptive business school startups of 2021

    Mendoza College of Business student Thomas Issa's venture Rigg was featured in the Poets & Quants' list of the Most Disruptive Business School Startups.

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