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Mendoza Exchange Newsletter - June 17, 2019
Mendoza Exchange Newsletter - June 17, 2019
Mendoza Exchange Newsletter - June 17, 2019
Tech Tips of the Week - June 17, 2019
Tech Tips of the Week - June 17, 2019
Tech Tips of the Week - June 17, 2019
TheWeek@ND - June 17, 2019
TheWeek@ND - June 17, 2019
TheWeek@ND - June 17, 2019
2019 Catholic Leadership Program
2019 Catholic Leadership Program
2019 Catholic Leadership Program

Events

20
Jun

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: 6/20/2019 12:00 PM

21
Jun

MSBA Chicago Online Q&A

Log in to this real-time Q&A session where our admissions coordinator Shane McCoy will be online to answer your questions regarding the MSBA Chicago program.  Register

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Time: 6/21/2019 10:00 AM

25
Jun

MSBA – Chicago Application Q&A Online Information Session

Please join us for an online information session to learn more about tips for submitting your application to the University of Notre Dame’s MS in Business Analytics-Chicago program.  Noon CT / 1pm ET Attendees are eligible for a $50 application fee waiver. Register

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Time: 6/25/2019 12:00 PM

26
Jun

EMBA Online Information Session

Please join us for an online information session to learn more about the University of Notre Dame’s Executive MBA program. You’ll hear from admissions staff and alumni of the program. Noon CT/1pm ET Attendees are eligible for a $100 application fee waiver. Register

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Time: 6/26/2019 12:00 PM

27
Jun

Apps and Answers at the Kerryman

Join us in this informal setting as we enjoy appetizers and drinks and discuss our Chicago graduate programs – Executive MBA, MS in Business Analytics, and MS in Finance. Admissions staff, as well as current student and alumni, will be available to answer questions. We hope to see you there! Register

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Time: 6/27/2019 5:30 PM

28
Jun

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. 11:30 AM- 12:15 PM – Information […]

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Time: 6/28/2019 11:30 AM

9
Jul

Veterans Education Benefits Online Info Session

Please join us for an online information session to learn more about how veterans benefits apply to the University of Notre Dame’s Executive Education degree programs. You’ll hear from admissions staff, as well as our VA benefits expert Christina Wojtysiak. Noon CT/1pm ET Register

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Time: 7/9/2019 12:00 PM

12
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. 11:30 AM- 12:15 PM  – Information […]

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Time: 7/12/2019 11:30 AM

13
Jul

Catholic Leadership Program

This instruction and all materials for this program are being funded by a private donor. There will be a program fee of $495 which covers the cost of the welcome reception, breakfast and lunch daily, and a final banquet. The Catholic Leadership Program will accommodate a maximum of 50 individuals. Registrations will be processed on a first […]

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Time: 7/13/2019 8:00 AM

16
Jul

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: 7/16/2019 12:00 PM

College News

Notre Dame president co-signs climate change accords

June 14

Executives from among the world’s leading energy producers and investors concluded two days of Vatican-sponsored dialogue on energy transition, with — for the first time — most signing statements of support for carbon pricing and disclosures on climate change risk. Carolyn Woo, former dean of the Mendoza College of Business at Notre Dame, and Leo Burke, professor emeritus of management, spearheaded efforts on behalf of the Vatican and Notre Dame to encourage the energy industry and its investors on a path toward energy transition.

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Could Japan be Trump’s next trade war victim?

June 13

Finance professor Jeffrey Bergstrand was quoted in an NBC article about the economic impact President Trump's policies may have on Japan. According to Bergstrand Japan used to be 67 percent of the US economy and is now about 40 percent due to Japan's slower growth rate.

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A name change for Mendoza’s undergraduate IT major

June 7

The change is intended to better describe what Business Technology students actually study, and to emphasize the strategic importance of so many diverse digital technologies to businesses. It also differentiates the major from the IT, Analytics, and Operations Department's other major, Business Analytics.

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Taking Social Security numbers public could fix our data breach crisis

June 6

Mike Chapple, associate teaching professor of information technology, analytics and operations, wrote an op ed for CNN business about a data breach suffered by the American Medical Collection Agency that exposed the personal information of millions of patients, including Social Security numbers, bank information, and medical records. Chapple says this isn't something new and one way to break the cycle might be to publish all active Social Security numbers.

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Mendoza research lab seeking participants for business research

June 5

Primary research — surveys, interviews, observations and ethnographic data — is vital to developing greater understanding of human behavior in business. To better study work-related behavior, assistant professor of management Timothy Hubbard and other Mendoza researchers are seeking help from members of the public to participate in various research studies being conducted by the Mendoza Behavioral Lab (MLB).

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Age-friendly universities are finally here

June 4

There are now 51 colleges and universities around the world that are part of what’s known as the Age-Friendly University Global Network. While Notre Dame is not a member, the University offers the Inspired Leadership Initiative, which allows retirees to come to Notre Dame for a year, take classes and discern what they want to do in their retirement, and was co-founded by Mendoza management professor Chris Stevens.

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After the flood of IPOs? Next come the shareholder lawsuits

May 31

Lyft and Eventbrite are among the crop of newly public companies facing litigation after their IPOs. The risk factors sections for S-1 filings have grown larger in the last 20 years in an attempt to avoid lawsuits. Finance professor Timothy Loughran is quoted in an article for Inc., saying, "Painting a pessimistic picture of what could happen in the future can only help in the event of a lawsuit."

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Executive compensation: Is it corrupted?

May 22

Bernard J. Hank Professor of Finance and Dean of Mendoza Martijn Cremers' co-authored research paper was published on the Columbia Law School's blog on corporations and the capital markets.

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Study shows concerns often not offered or accepted in close employee-manager relationships

May 22

"Who Says There's a Problem? Preferences on the Sending and Receiving of Prohibitive Voice" is forthcoming in Human Relations from Charlice Hurst, assistant professor of management and organization, and Ken Kelley, Edward F. Sorin Society Professor of IT, Analytics, and Operations in Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business. The study examined when employees engage in prohibitive voice and when leaders listen.

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Mendoza Dean Martijn Cremers delivers the 2019 undergraduate commencement speech

May 21

On Sunday, May 19, 2019 Mendoza’s undergraduate class heard from Mendoza Dean Martijn Cremers and fellow speaker Peggy Noonan, speechwriter for President Ronald Reagan, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist for the Wall Street Journal and author of five New York Times best-sellers. Watch the diploma ceremony here or read a transcript of Dean Cremers’ speech below. Congratulations […]

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Birthdays

NYT News

Trump, at Rally in Florida, Kicks Off His 2020 Re-election Bid

For a man who wants to be seen as an outsider despite occupying the Oval Office, the rally on Tuesday night presented an opportunity to, at least for one night, turn the clock back to 2015.

Fact-Checking Trump’s Rally: Russia, the Wall and Tax Cuts

President Trump kicked off his 2020 re-election campaign Tuesday in Orlando, Fla. President Trump delivered remarks in Florida in a formal start to his re-election effort.

What We Learned From Trump’s Orlando Rally

President Trump kicked off his 2020 re-election campaign on Tuesday in Orlando, Fla. President Trump’s kickoff of his 2020 campaign showed that his portrait of the country is still bleak — and that he needs an opponent beyond Hillary Clinton.

The Evangelical, the ‘Pool Boy,’ the Comedian and Michael Cohen

During a 2012 visit to Liberty University, the Christian college run by Jerry Falwell Jr., center, Donald J. Trump met Giancarlo Granda, who had gotten to know the Falwells as a hotel pool attendant. Jerry Falwell Jr. defied expectations when he supported Donald J. Trump in 2016. Now details are emerging about behind-the-scenes maneuvering before the endorsement.

Shanahan Withdraws as Defense Secretary Nominee, and Mark Esper Is Named Acting Pentagon Chief

Patrick Shanahan, the acting defense secretary, testifying before Congress in April. As the F.B.I. investigated domestic violence, Patrick M. Shanahan said the confirmation process would “force my three children to relive a traumatic chapter in our family’s life.”

ICE Signals Mass Immigration Arrests, but Not the ‘Millions’ Trump Promised

Migrants deported from the United States arrived in Guatemala last month. ICE charters planes that carry only a couple of hundred migrants back to Central America daily. The agency, which is preparing to conduct raids targeting thousands of migrant families, was blindsided by the president’s tweet saying “millions of illegal aliens” would be deported.

New York to Approve One of the World’s Most Ambitious Climate Plans

New York will be required to get 70 percent of its electricity from renewable sources by 2030, and shift entirely to carbon-free power a decade later. The state would pledge to eliminate net greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, with all its electricity coming from carbon-free sources.

Trump Accuses Europe of Bolstering Its Economy at America’s Expense

President Trump on Tuesday accused the European Central Bank of trying to prop up Europe’s economy and weaken its currency to gain a competitive edge over the United States. President Trump is increasingly viewing international economic policy through a narrow lens, seeing only how other countries decisions affect the United States.

Global Economic Growth Is Already Slowing. The U.S. Trade War Is Making It Worse.

President Trump’s trade war with China and other partners is exacerbating a global economic slowdown. President Trump’s trade war is stirring uncertainty, weighing on manufacturing and disrupting increasingly delicate global economic growth.

In Japan, It’s a Riveting TV Plot: Can a Worker Go Home on Time?

“I Will Not Work Overtime, Period!” features a heroine, Yui Higashiyama, center, who fights for her right to leave work in time for happy hour. On this show, a 30-something project manager in the famously overworked nation wants nothing more than to get out of the office and into her favorite bar for happy hour.

Quote of the Day

All of our reasoning ends in surrender to feeling.

Blaise Pascal