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New book shows leaders how to use values to be more effective

August 25, 2008

“Getting It Right: Notre Dame on Leadership and Judgment in Business" uses real-life case studies to illustrate successful problem solving.
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Notre Dame unveils Chicago executive classroom in historic Santa Fe building

August 14, 2008

Notre Dame’s executive education presence in Chicago is strengthened by the new facility on Michigan Avenue.
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Students urged to approach marketing with tough questions

July 18, 2008

Two presenters challenge faculty to address marketing ethics during a Notre Dame conference attended by top leaders in Catholic education.
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Gigot Center announces new director

July 14, 2008

Patrick J. Barry, a 1984 University of Notre Dame alumnus and expert in small business, is selected to head the entrepreneurial studies center.
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Catholic business schools can make a world of difference on globalization

July 10, 2008

Finance Professor Emeritus Lee Tavis opens the Business Education at Catholic Universities Conference with a positive view for mission-driven schools.
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“Business as a Vocation” stirs hope for transformation

June 10, 2008

Educators discuss how Catholic business schools can empower tomorrow's corporate leaders.
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Speakers explore teaching finance in ways that pay dividends in ethics

June 10, 2008

Catholic educators discuss how ethics must be reintegrated into the teaching of finance.
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Catholic business education focus of ND conference

June 5, 2008

More than 245 business professors from the United States and abroad convene at the University of Notre Dame to examine Catholic business education.
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Milani recognized by governor for volunteerism

May 28, 2008

The Internal Revenue Service office nominates accountancy professor Ken Milani for Indiana’s most prestigious volunteerism award.
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Alumnus Ralph Stayer makes $20 million gift for Executive Education

May 19, 2008

CEO of Johnsonville Sausage alumnus, Ralph Stayer, made a $20 million gift to help with the construction of a new building for the Executive Education Program.
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