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Notre Dame business college to kick of spring lecture series Friday

The series features experts in a broad range of fields and interests.
Posted on Jan. 17, 2013 at 12:00 a.m. | Updated on Jan. 17, 2013 at 1:22 p.m.

NOTRE DAME — The Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame is kicking off its lecture series Friday.

The talks run from 10:40 a.m. to 12:10 p.m. on certain Fridays throughout the spring semester. The series features experts in a variety of fields and interest talking about what will effect business and society over the next decade, all centering on the theme of “social impact.”

The complete schedule in below.

Ÿ Jan. 18 - Panel discussion featured noted Notre Dame scholars Lawrence Cunningham, Tzvi Novick and James VanderKam from the Department of Theology; and A. Rashied Omar, Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies

Ÿ Feb. 8 - Roxanne Spillett, former president and CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of America

Ÿ Feb. 15 - Julia Silverman, co-founder of Uncharted Play

Ÿ Feb. 22 - Leo Burke, director of Notre Dame Executive Education Integral Leadership program and of the Global Commons Initiative

Ÿ March 1 - Matthew Breitfelder, managing director of human resources for BlackRock

Ÿ April 26 - Patricia Dinneen, managing director of Siguler Guff & Company

For more information, contact Jean Meade at 631-3277.




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