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Unattractive people more likely to be bullied at work, new study shows

July 17, 2013

A new study co-authored by Management Professor Tim Judge finds that physical attractiveness plays a role in how an individual is treated at work.
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CEO retreat brings Ireland's 'top business minds' to Notre Dame

June 17, 2013

Irish business entrepreneurs participated in continuing executive education lectures and seminars on innovation, business ethics and the global impact of business policy and practice at the Mendoza College of Business.
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Mendoza College graduate alumni awards announced!

June 13, 2013

The Mendoza College Graduate Alumni Relations Department is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2013 alumni awards recognizing service to the business community.
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Wine time at the ND Reunion

June 10, 2013

In her Notre Dame Magazine blog "Unbalanced," Managing Editor Carol Schaal writes about the wine-tasting event at the recent 2013 Alumni Reunion.
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ND’s graduate nonprofit program offering free two-day conference

June 7, 2013

Notre Dame Nonprofit Executive Programs will offer a two-day conference for those interested in learning more about how to define and measure their organization's social impact.
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ND MBA alum wins FBI community leadership award

May 31, 2013

Chris Sinclair has received the FBI Director’s Community Leadership Award for his many years organizing fund-raisers for groups benefitting children in need.
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Mendoza College offers 10-day program to develop executives in Catholic organizations

May 21, 2013

Nonprofit Professional Development program is offering a 10-day leadership program for executives in Catholic organizations.
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Mendoza College of Business Graduate Commencement Address

May 18, 2013

GM Chairman and CEO Daniel Akerson's graduate commencement address to faculty and students of Mendoza College of Business
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The search is over: Internet content is looking for you

May 1, 2013

Where you are and what you’re doing increasingly play key roles in how you search the Internet says Brian Proffitt, a technology expert and adjunct instructor of management .
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Activist fears U.S. is exporting its weight problem to poor countries

May 1, 2013

Ten Years Hence speaker Ellen Gustafson, founder and executive director of the 30 Project, discusses how well-intentioned U.S. food aid may be actually worsening global hunger.
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