News & Events


Fourth annual invention convention to take place March 29

March 16, 2006

Five participants in a Youth Business Plan Competition organized by the Gigot Center have been selected to advance to the finals.
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Vincent Raymond, former associate business dean, dies

March 6, 2006

Vincent R. Raymond, former associate dean of the Mendoza College of Business, died March 5, 2006, after a brief illness.
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Passing on enduring lessons of leadership

February 27, 2006

Leo Burke, head of Executive Education at the Mendoza College, says inspiration from strong leaders is behind the program’s success.
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Mendoza College to present “Ten Years Hence” lecture series

February 17, 2006

The College will present a lecture series focusing on the forces that shape political, technological, social and competitive environments.
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Mendoza College to present ninth annual Ethics Week

February 8, 2006

Charity, ads aimed at children, peace through commerce, and community service are among topics to be presented at Ethics Week conference.
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New student leadership award to memorialize Ray Siegfried

January 31, 2006

An award for student leadership was created in honor of the late Ray Siegfried, a Notre Dame Trustee, alumnus and benefactor.
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Gigot Center receives $100,000 from Nasdaq Educational Foundation

January 25, 2006

A Nasdaq foundation creates endowment to support the annual business plan competitions sponsored by the Gigot Center for Entrepreneurial Studies.
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Students create pass right wristband to support young cancer victim’s family

December 13, 2005

Three Mendoza students, with help from football coach Charlie Weis, create fundraiser to the benefit family of a child fighting brain cancer.
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Fulbright grants awarded to three faculty members, one visiting scholar

November 21, 2005

Professor of marketing Michael J. Etzel and other faculty members receive Fulbright Scholar grants for study abroad.
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ND ReSource: Taxing education benefits a mistake

November 16, 2005

A proposal to tax education benefits could hurt those struggling to pay for their children’s education, says professor of accountancy Ken Milani.
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