The COVID-19 pandemic has altered daily life and is fueling the need for organizations to remain flexible as well as adapt to the everchanging situation.
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Economic experts suggest Indiana’s once-low unemployment rate is expected to jump significantly as a result of measures to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
With the number of cases of COVID-19 increasing, Indiana officials and many organizations are taking steps to slow further spread of the virus.
John DeSalle, president of Hoosier Racing Tire Corp., will serve as the first executive engineer in residence in the University of Notre Dame’s newly created iNDustry Labs.
ProstheTech, a South Bend-based startup company, secured a $20,000 investment to improve a prototype of an artificial human hand and bring it to market before year’s end.
The University of Notre Dame named Meghan Sullivan, professor of philosophy, director of the college’s institute for advanced study.
Notre Dame recently named a new assistant vice president for institutional equity in college’s office of human resources and a new vice president for finance.
Nonprofits interested in learning more about how to better market their organizations may find help through a breakfast learning series presented by the University of Notre Dame. Notre Dame’s Nonprofit Breakfast Series, an annual educational program for nonprofit professionals, kicks off Feb. 19 with this year’s series focusing on nonprofit marketing. Organized by the university’s […]
Walter Clements has been named associate dean of the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business. Clements, also a teaching professor of finance at Notre Dame, will oversee all non-degree and degree programs offered by Mendoza’s Stayer Center for Executive Education, including its Executive MBA programs in South Bend and Chicago, the Master of […]