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DeShone Kizer, ND quarterback and Mendoza student, faithfully supports his girlfriend as she battles cancer. New York Times reports.
Innovator and author Robert J. Anderson has taught leadership courses for more than 12 years as part of the Executive Integral Leadership program at the University of Notre Dame, introducing executives to new ways of thinking about their companies, their employees and most importantly, themselves.…
Paul J. Slaggert has been named the director of the Stayer Center for Executive Education at the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business.
Slaggert, who previously served as the director of Stayer’s non-degree programs, will be responsible for the leadership and administrative oversight of marketing, recruiting, student services, curriculum and operations for all of the executive education programs. These include the graduate degree programs – the Notre Dame Executive MBA…
When Kristin McAndrew travels around the country meeting with prospective MBA students, one of the most common concerns she hears is about the GMAT, the standardized test required of all business school applicants.
“If you ask people what aspect of the application is the biggest hurdle, the GMAT is it,” said McAndrew, the director of admissions for the University of Notre Dame Graduate Business Programs.…
Forbes highlights EGI Haiti, its founder, Stephen Keppel (MARK '03), and the entrepreneurship bootcamp run by Notre Dame MBA candidates.
The KPMG global chairman and ND accounting alum talked about life at a "Big Four" accounting firm and the higher purpose of business during an Oct. 30 lecture.
Police arrested a gunman who stormed a Planned Parenthood abortion clinic in Colorado Springs on Friday and opened fire with a rifle in an attack that left at least one officer dead and about a dozen other people injured, authorities said. The suspect first engaged in a protracted gun battle with police but ultimately surrendered to officers inside the building about five hours after the start of the violence, which played out under a steady snowfall in Colorado's second-largest city. A police spokeswoman, Lieutenant Catherine Buckley, initially said she had no confirmation of fatalities, adding that police were still searching for possible victims who might have been left behind in the clinic as the building was evacuated.
The French have embraced their flag in a whole new light as the country commemorates the victims of the Nov. 13 terrorist attacks on Paris.
The first thing to know is that these gifts aren’t bribes.
A subdued France paid homage Friday to those killed two weeks ago in the attacks that gripped Paris in fear and mourning, honoring each of the 130 dead by name as the president pledged to “destroy the ...
We have, I fear, confused power with greatness. -- Stewart Udall
We have, I fear, confused power with greatness.