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Ray Siegfried - alumnus, trustee, benefactor - dies

October 6, 2005

Raymond H. Siegfried II, 62, a longtime member of the Board of Trustees and a generous benefactor, died Oct. 6, 2005, after an illness.
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A life of stories, a life of books

October 1, 2005

“Monk’s Notre Dame,” a new book by Rev. Edward A. Malloy, contains humorous and poignant stories by the former university president.
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Theologian Michael Novak to speak Sept. 16

September 12, 2005

Theologian and author Michael Novak will discuss his book “Business as a Calling” on Sept. 16, 2005 at the Mendoza College of Business.
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Venture capitalists to speak on September 15

September 10, 2005

The Gigot Center for Entrepreneurial Studies will present a panel discussion of advice from entrepreneurial experts on September 15, 2005.
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Master of Science in Administration program gets a new name

September 7, 2005

The Master of Science in Administration degree program in the Mendoza College has been renamed the Master of Nonprofit Administration program.
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Business students receive Fanning Scholarships

September 1, 2005

Stephanie Madia and Brian Mattes have been named the 2005 recipients of Eugene D. Fanning Scholarships at the University of Notre Dame.
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Conference to explore trade integration in Americas

September 1, 2005

Scholars and policymakers will convene at the Mendoza College to discuss the Free Trade Agreement for the Americas and other trade topics.
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Annual lecture series to focus on business ethics

August 25, 2005

Faculty members will debate whether business schools are to blame for scandals in corporate America as part of a lecture series on business ethics.
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Notre Dame students excel on CFA and CPA exams

July 15, 2005

Notre Dame business students significantly beat national averages when taking the Chartered Financial Analyst and Certified Public Accountant exams.
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Provocative commercials damage credibility of marketing

June 27, 2005

Marketing professors, tracking consumer attitudes toward marketing since 1984, find consumers are concerned about objectionable ads they see on TV.
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