The Notre Dame Executive MBA

Executive Education Articles for '2011'

Business Ethics Expert to Speak at Science Museum

October 19, 2011

Management Professor Ann Tenbrunsel discusses the current ethical issues in business leadership and what needs to change in this interview for an NPR affiliate.
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Notre Dame teams with Microsoft on virtual case competition

October 3, 2011

Registration is open for the ND MBA Deep Dive Challenge, where participants put their best ideas forward in a Microsoft-sponsored marketing case.
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Notre Dame MBA ranks 4th worldwide for ethics, social impact

September 21, 2011

Notre Dame MBA moves up to fourth place in Beyond Grey Pinstripes, an in-depth ranking of the school’s teaching and research pertaining to business and society.
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More seek MBAs, executive training to get edge on jobs

August 2, 2011

This Daily Herald Business Ledger article features current Executive MBA student Brian Brooke.
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Aaron Perri named new Executive Director of Downtown South Bend Inc.

July 13, 2011

Aaron Perri (EMBA, '10)
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Executive Education Awards recognize corporate partners, faculty

July 12, 2011

Notre Dame Executive Education honors companies and individuals who contributed significantly to the program's success in the past year.
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NIST Selects Michael Molnar as the First Chief Manufacturing Officer

July 11, 2011

Michael Molnar (EMBA, '02)
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FirstEnergy Names Eric Larson Vice President, Nuclear Support

June 13, 2011

Eric Larson (EMBA, '06)
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Chicago United and the Mendoza College of Business Executive Education Announce New Program

June 1, 2011

Chicago United and the Mendoza College of Business Executive Education Team Announce Program to Prepare Executives of Color for Corporate Board Directorships.
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Notre Dame Revises Business Program

May 12, 2011

The Mendoza College of Business is redesigning the curriculum for its Executive MBA program to emphasize strategic-thinking skills, which would allow more than just top executives to make major decisions.
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