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Mendoza Exchange Newsletter - July 1, 2019
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Tech Tips of the Week - June 24, 2019
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TheWeek@ND - July 15, 2019
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2019 Catholic Leadership Program
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Events

23
Jul

Making a Social Impact – In your work and life

Making a Social Impact – In your work and life With Ruth Riley Hunter ND ’01, MBA ’16 You may know the name Ruth Riley from her outstanding accomplishments in college basketball at ND, her Olympic gold medal, her WNBA career, and her recent induction into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame. But you may […]

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Time: 7/23/2019 5:30 PM

25
Jul

EMBA Dinner – Naperville

We invite you to join us for dinner and a discussion of Notre Dame’s innovative Executive MBA Program.   This is an opportunity for rising executives, managers and corporate sponsors to evaluate the unique benefits and convenience of this program.   Attendees are eligible for a $100 application fee waiver. Register

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Time: 7/25/2019 6:00 PM

26
Jul

MSBA – Chicago Preview Day

Please join us for a preview of our MS in Business Analytics – Chicago program. You will have the opportunity to sit in on a class and meet current students and faculty. Please indicate which events you’d like to attend when you register. All times below are Central time. 10-11 AM – MSBA Information Session 11-12:15 […]

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Time: 7/26/2019 10:00 AM

29
Jul

EMBA Dinner – Schaumburg

We invite you to join us for dinner and a discussion of Notre Dame’s innovative Executive MBA Program.   This is an opportunity for rising executives, managers and corporate sponsors to evaluate the unique benefits and convenience of this program.   Attendees are eligible for a $100 application fee waiver. Register

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Time: 7/29/2019 6:00 PM

30
Jul

MSF Online Information Session

Please join us for an online information session to learn more about the University of Notre Dame’s MS in Finance program. You’ll hear from admissions staff and alumni of the program. Noon CT / 1pm ET Attendees are eligible for a $50 application fee waiver. Register

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Time: 7/30/2019 12:00 PM

1
Aug

EMBA Dinner – Evanston

We invite you to join us for dinner and a discussion of Notre Dame’s innovative Executive MBA Program.   This is an opportunity for rising executives, managers and corporate sponsors to evaluate the unique benefits and convenience of this program.   Attendees are eligible for a $100 application fee waiver. Register

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Time: 8/1/2019 6:00 PM

3
Aug

Diversity MBA Admissions Conference

Since  2002, RPAA has been able to bring  this unique event to the Los Angeles Area,  In an effort to give underserved and underrepresented talented candidates an opportunity  to learn about an MBA degree. DMAC provides a personalized one-on-one interaction between MBA candidates and Admissions Directors. This event not only educates candidates on the MBA Admissions process but also […]

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Time: 8/3/2019 9:00 AM

6
Aug

MSBA-Chicago Online Information Session

Please join us for an online information session to learn more about the University of Notre Dame’s MS in Business Analytics program. You’ll hear from admissions staff and alumni of the program. Noon CT / 1pm ET Attendees are eligible for a $50 application fee waiver. Register

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Time: 8/6/2019 12:00 PM

8
Aug

Service Academy Career Conference – San Diego

Meet a Notre Dame MBA Admissions rep to discuss using the MBA program as a bridge to a civilian career or an advancement  of a military career. Administered and supported by the Alumni Associations and Association of Graduates of the U.S. Military Academy, the U.S. Naval Academy, the U.S. Air Force Academy, the U.S. Coast […]

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Time: 8/8/2019 12:00 AM

10
Aug

EMBA Preview Day

Please join us for a preview of our Executive MBA program in Chicago. You will have the opportunity to sit in on a class and meet current students and faculty. All times below are Central time. 9:30-10:30 AM Program overview 10:30 AM – 12 PM Attend Strategic Marketing class 12:00-1:00 PM Lunch with current students Attendees will receive […]

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Time: 8/10/2019 9:30 AM

College News

Independent, private firms pollute less than public firms, study shows

July 22

Finance professors Sophie Shive and Margaret Forster's new research examines how finance could help mitigate climate change and sheds light on the debate about which type of corporate structure is better for reducing the “tragedy of the commons.”

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MBA Student Profile: Rachelle Ollee

July 17

As a native of Seattle, I never saw myself moving to South Bend, Ind. The idea of trading in my raincoat for an ankle-length parka (seriously, a game changer!) was not something I ever anticipated. But, a little under a year ago, I left a job at Amazon and moved more than 2,000 miles from […]

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Nearly 7,000 people threatened to cancel their newspaper subscriptions. Here’s what got them to stay.

July 15

According to a new study from marketing professor Vamsi Kanuri and his co-researcher, newspaper subscribers who receive a short-term price adjustment to quell the disappointment of a delivery failure are actually less likely to renew their subscription when the time comes — suggesting that newspapers might want to adjust their tactics for addressing customer complaints.

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Notre Dame names new academic advancement director for Mendoza College of Business

July 10

The University of Notre Dame’s Division of University Relations has announced Natalie Sargent as the new academic advancement director for the Mendoza College of Business, effective Aug. 5. In this position, Sargent will be responsible for managing philanthropic efforts on Mendoza’s behalf. “We are excited to welcome Natalie to the development team as academic advancement […]

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The lost virtue: What happened to magnanimity?

July 5

Management and Organization professor Brett Beasley wrote a piece for Notre Dame Magazine on the lost virtue of magnanimity. Beasley first poses the question: “Who or what comes to mind when you hear the phrase ‘greatness of soul’?” He then attempts to track down "greatness of soul" throughout history and when it began to fade.

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Deal or no deal? How discounts for unhappy subscribers can backfire on businesses

July 1

Subscription-based service providers including newspapers, cable and internet providers and utility companies often issue price-based incentives including discounts in response to complaints about service failures. It’s been shown to satisfy angry customers — at least momentarily. But new research from marketing professor Vamsi Kanuri demonstrates the tactic may not be successful in retaining customers in the long term.

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How discounts for unhappy subscribers can backfire on businesses

July 1

A phys.org article features new research by marketing professor Vamsi Kanuri on whether offering temporary discounts for subscription-based services to unhappy customers will satisfy them.

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100 Best & Brightest Executive MBAs: Class of 2019

June 29

Mendoza EMBAs Lisa Stewart and Dick Podiak were named to Poets & Quants' 2019 Best & Brightest Executives list.

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Facebook’s Libra might be the best bet for cryptocurrency

June 27

Social media giant Facebook has been widely criticized in recent years for privacy violations and facilitating hate speech. Is Facebook the right entity to usher in the "internet of money?" Finance professor Bill Mcdonald thinks so.

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Resoundingly Human – Ethics in analytics and data science

June 24

Associate teaching professor of Information, Technology, Analytics and Operations Scott Nestler was interviewed for an episode of the INFORMS podcast "Resoundingly Human," where he speaks to ethics in analytics and data science.

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Birthdays

NYT News

Boris Johnson to Be U.K. Prime Minister

Boris Johnson was named the Conservative Party’s new leader on Tuesday in London. Having won the backing of his Conservative Party, Mr. Johnson will immediately face the daunting task of managing Britain’s exit from the European Union by Oct. 31.

Deal or No Deal: What to Know About Brexit Under Boris Johnson

Protesters at an anti-Brexit march in London on Saturday. Theresa May’s designated successor as prime minister says he is willing to leave the European Union without an agreement, despite dire predictions and opposition in Parliament.

‘The People Can’t Take It Anymore’: Puerto Rico Erupts in a Day of Protests

Many Puerto Ricans are deeply dissatisfied with a government they say has left much of the island mired in poverty, unemployment and corruption.

More Than 2,000 Migrants Were Targeted in Raids. 35 Were Arrested.

Carlos, a Spanish-speaking volunteer with Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights, and Adelina Nicholls, the group’s executive director, spoke with a day laborer in Atlanta earlier this month. President Trump had touted the raids as a show of force in response to an influx of Central American parents and children across the southwestern border.

Biden Unveils Criminal Justice Plan, With a Focus on Reducing Mass Incarceration

A plan announced by former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. would target the “underlying factors,” starting as early as childhood, that can lead to incarceration. Joe Biden, whose long record on criminal justice includes the 1994 crime bill, cited incarceration’s toll on poor communities and people of color.

Jeffrey Epstein’s Deep Ties to Top Wall Street Figures

Jeffrey Epstein at a court hearing in 2008. Mr. Epstein, who has been charged with sex trafficking, did business with a prominent banker, a top private-equity executive and a hedge-fund billionaire.

In Pakistan, a Feminist Hero Is Under Fire and on the Run

Gulalai Ismail, center, during a session with her staff members and others at the office of Aware Girls in Peshawar, Pakistan, in January. Gulalai Ismail has been celebrated around the world for groundbreaking work helping women and girls. Pakistan considers her an enemy of the state.

U.K., Puerto Rico, Equifax: Your Tuesday Briefing

Here’s what you need to know.

Why Guzzling 12,063 Megawatts Dimmed the Big City

Tuesday: A heat wave meant everybody was running their air-conditioners. Power had to be cut to avoid more extensive damage to its lines, Con Edison said.

The Last Toll Collectors

Jeanne Marie Litts has been a toll collector for the New York State Thruway since 1984. Cashless tolling technology has reduced traffic and idling, but it is also replacing the sentries of the country’s roads.

Quote of the Day

If you want peace work for justice.

Pope Paul VI