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MNI Targeted Media Inc. Promotes Rob Moore to Senior Vice President of Sales

January 9, 2013

Rob Moore (MBA, '89)
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Low-cost health care faces high hurdle

February 3, 2012

Money-saving techniques that help world's poor would have to overcome "entrenched interests" here, says Gates Foundation officer
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St. Mary's Springs hires Kevin Shaw as new president

June 6, 2011

Kevin Shaw (MSA, '84)
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Author and founder of poverty-relief venture to speak at Mendoza College graduate commencement

May 6, 2011

Jacqueline Novogratz, the founder and CEO of the Acumen Fund, is the speaker for the Mendoza College of Business graduate programs commencement.
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Notre Dame summer conference offers business training to Catholic leaders

May 5, 2011

For 10 days this summer, leaders of Catholic organizations nationwide will gather at the University of Notre Dame for a program aimed at adding hard business skills to support their missions of service and faith.
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Speaker: Work shouldn’t mean checking your values at the door

January 24, 2011

Mark Albion will discuss the role of personal fulfillment in career development during his presentation, “Leadership for the Greater Good."
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'Flat Earth' Friedman says financial crisis was a 'warning heart attack'

November 3, 2010

In a talk on campus, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Thomas Friedman, author of "The World is Flat," warned that Americans need to return to "sustainable values."
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Golisano Children's Museum of Naples appoints Development Director

October 25, 2010

Deborah Hammond (MSA, '99)
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Catholic Charities honors Notre Dame faculty, staff and programs with special centennial awards

October 20, 2010

Catholic Charities USA awarded six Notre Dame individuals and groups, including the Mendoza College, with Centennial Medals in recognition of their service to the organization.
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Tom Ridge, former Homeland Security chief, to talk at Notre Dame

September 7, 2010

Shortly after the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Tom Ridge became the public face of America’s national security concerns as he became the first secretary of the newly created U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
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