Faculty & Departments

Management Department Articles for '2009'

And the winner is …

April 17, 2009

Three finalists are named at the Social Venture Business Plan Competition, competing for a $15,000 grand prize.
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Finalists selected for Notre Dame business plan competitions

April 10, 2009

Finalists will compete for more than $40,000 in two business plan competitions sponsored by the Gigot Center for Entrepreneurial Studies.
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IBM executive: We’re entering the ‘Talent Age’

April 5, 2009

In an address to the Beta Gamma Sigma business honor society, Jim Corgel of IBM discusses leadership skills that employers seek.
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Business students lend expertise to local business owners

March 18, 2009

Students from a Microventuring class work with local small business owners to help them run their ventures more efficiently and profitably.
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Electronic records save money, lives

March 2, 2009

March 2009, South Bend Tribune, mentions Corey Angst, Assistant Professor of Management.
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BusinessWeek ranks undergraduate business program No. 2

February 27, 2009

The Mendoza College of Business jumped a spot to No. 2 nationally in BusinessWeek’s fourth annual ranking of “The Best Undergrad B-Schools.”
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ND prof's passion for kids drives CASA volunteer work

February 23, 2009

February 2009, South Bend Tribune, features Sandra Collins, Associate Professor of Management.
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Notre Dame business professor Robert Vecchio dies

February 10, 2009

Management professor and former department chair Robert P. Vecchio dies of injuries sustained in a fall from the rooftop of his home.
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President of One Laptop Per Child to speak Feb. 10

February 5, 2009

Charles Kane will speak on his venture to manufacture and distribute laptop computers to children in poor and developing regions.
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ND expert: Electronic health records save money, lives

February 4, 2009

Changing from paper to digitized medical records would reduce deadly medical errors, says Management Professor Corey Angst.
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