Tag Archives: Mendoza College of Business

Business Schools Look at Applicants’ EQ, Says WSJ

As if worrying about your GMAT scores, essay prompts and letters of recommendation wasn’t enough, more and more business schools are incorporating assessments in emotional intelligence quotient, or EQ, for incoming applicants. Emotional intelligence is …

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Business Schools Send Students Out of Classrooms

This post originally appeared on the U.S. News–Strictly Business MBA Admissions blog. Hypothetical question: Should you land in the hospital and find that your treatment will be managed by a medical student rather than an …

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Students Influence Business School Brands

This post originally appeared on the U.S. News — Strictly Business blog. What brand image comes to mind when you think of Harvard Business School? Is it the same image for the Haas School of …

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Notre Dame Revamps EMBA Program

The University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business has retooled its executive MBA curriculum to emphasize strategic-thinking skills and the ability to effect strategies through strong values-based leadership, the school recently announced. The new …

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Kellogg MBAs Host Biotech and Healthcare Case Competition

At the recent 2011 Biotech and Healthcare Case Competition, 12 teams of MBA students from around the world come to Kellogg School of Management to forecast the growth potential of Denosumab, a newly approved drug …

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$20M Will Fund New Notre Dame Center for MBA Studies

Kenneth R. Meyer, University of Notre Dame alumnus and retired chairman and CEO of Lincoln Capital Management Co., has made a $10 million gift to his alma mater to fund MBA program fellowships, the school …

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