Mendoza’s 11th Annual Lenten Food Drive
Mendoza’s 11th Annual Lenten Food Drive
Tech Tips of the Week - March 20, 2017
Tech Tips of the Week - March 20, 2017
Tech Tips of the Week - March 20, 2017
Request for Proposals: Grants & Support for Digital Learning Initiatives
Request for Proposals: Grants & Support for Digital Learning Initiatives
Request for Proposals: Grants & Support for Digital Learning Initiatives
Ten Years Hence - Spring 2017
Ten Years Hence - Spring 2017
Ten Years Hence - Spring 2017
Mendoza Book Club - March 2017
Mendoza Book Club - March 2017
Discover IT Spring 2017
Discover IT Spring 2017
Discover IT Spring 2017



Anderson University Graduate Fair

Location: Reardon Lobby, Anderson University, Anderson, IN

Time: 3/28/2017 10:00 AM


Executive MBA Information Dinner Indianapolis

Location: Eddie Merlot's Indianapolis

Time: 3/29/2017 5:00 PM


Indianapolis Area - Mendoza Alumni Reception

Location: Eddie Merlot's - 96th St.

Time: 3/29/2017 6:00 PM

College News

Progress for women on the Forbes list: meaningful change, or just a fluke?

March 21

Charlice Hurst, an expert on gender in the workplace, says an increase in women billionaires worldwide doesn't indicate systemic economic improvements for women.

Making Autonomous Car Play, Intel Offers $15B for Mobileye

March 13

Automation expert Timothy Carone says Intel's acquisition of Mobileye signifies impending rise of autonomous cars.

It all starts at the top: developing a successful business

March 13

Adjunct management professor Chris Stevens '74 speaks to the Woodworking Network.

Should Spouses Pool Their Money?

March 10

Upcoming research by marketing assistant professor Emily Garbinsky suggests that spouses who pool finances spend less on frivolous items than spouses spending from separate accounts.

WikiLeaks dump shows you how naked you really are

March 9

Technology expert Timothy Carone explains what regular people need to know about cybersecurity in this commentary for CNN.

“Grandfather of NFL analytics” educates students on innovative practices

March 8

Mike Eayrs, a data analyst for several college and NFL football teams, spoke about innovative analytics practices at Mendoza on March 7. 

Women Lead: Finance Professor Katherine Spiess

March 7

Katherine Spiess started her career as a biochemist. Now she's stock market researcher and dedicated instructor.

WikiLeaks: CIA can hack into phones, TVs — everything

March 7

Timothy Carone, a data analytics expert, says the WikiLeaks release reinforces the idea that all information in our lives can be acquired and leveraged in ways most people don't even think about.


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NYT News

Donald Trump, London, Power Rangers: Your Friday Briefing

President Trump held a listening session on health care with truckers and business leaders at the White House on Thursday. Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

California Today: Henry Rollins Strikes Chord as a Columnist

Henry Rollins in 2013. Friday: Checking in with Henry Rollins, a San Diego County congressman faces a criminal inquiry, and a dog’s unlikely rescue from a fire.

Obamacare Repeal Rolls Toward a Vote: ‘It’s Time to Act’

Members of the House Rules Committee after they voted on the rules of the debate for the American Health Care Act on Friday. The Republican legislation, called the American Health Care Act, would, in a rare step, roll back a major social welfare program — with a vote set for Friday afternoon.

Right and Left: Partisan Writing You Shouldn’t Miss

Judge Neil M. Gorsuch at his Supreme Court confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill on Wednesday. Read about how the other side thinks. We have collected political writing from around the web and across ideologies.

U.S., in Reversal, Issues Permit for Keystone Oil Pipeline

A depot used to store pipes for the planned Keystone XL pipeline in Gascoyne, N.D., in January. The decision by the Trump administration revives a contentious project, opposed by environmentalists, to transport oil from Canada to the Gulf Coast.

Trump Administration Orders Tougher Screening of Visa Applicants

Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson, right, and Attorney General Jeff Sessions discussed President Trump’s revised travel ban this month. Mr. Tillerson gave all American embassies orders last week instructing consular officials to broadly increase scrutiny of visa applicants. The order, sent to all American embassies, would make it tougher for millions of visitors to enter the United States, marking the first sign of the president’s “extreme vetting.”

Trump the Dealmaker Projects Bravado, but Behind the Scenes, Faces Rare Self-Doubt

After meeting with trucking executives, President Trump was told the health law vote was off. People close to President Trump say he is grappling with bouts of self-doubt as his hopes for a quick health-care victory unravel.

What Trump’s Time Interview Shows About His Thinking

President Trump said in an interview with Time magazine, “I’m a very instinctual person, but my instinct turns out to be right.” A look at several passages from the president’s interview with Time magazine, published on Thursday, and analysis on what they show about him.

Pages From Trump’s Tax Returns Raise a Decade’s Worth of Questions

President Trump returning to Washington on Monday after a weekend at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida. Even without releasing his tax returns, he has made a powerful case for a tax code overhaul. Filings from 1995 and 2005, incomplete as they are, offer tantalizing clues about how the Trumps might have minimized their liability over several years.

Hosni Mubarak Is Freed, to Dismay of Many in Egypt

Former President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt was returned on March 2 to Maadi Military Hospital in southern Cairo after a court hearing. He was freed from the hospital detention on Friday. His release, six years after he was toppled during the Arab Spring, capped a largely fruitless effort to hold him accountable for rights abuses and corruption.

Quote of the Day

I need to have a reason why I'm doing something. Otherwise I'm lost.

Steve McQueen