On February 26th, the Notre Dame and SIBC communities lost a great man: Father Ted. As members of the SIBC, we inherit a profound legacy from a man who fought for his convictions and always led by example.
Andrew Charnesky developed leadership experience in Northern Ireland.
Audrey Eaton was able to carry out SIBC's vision during her internship in Ecuador.
Matt Dabaco leveraged his SIBC experience to shape his career goals.
Emily Arjani expanded SIBC's international opportunities in Canada.
Matt Brownschidle acquired finance knowledge and international experience.
Peilu Chen learned from global experience initiatives and an internship in China.
The Student International Business Council offers Notre Dame students life-changing business experience with organizations around the world.
Business is not just to make money; it's also to create a better world. And the best of all worlds would be a world at peace. - Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., President Emeritus, University of Notre Dame
We are deeply saddened to share with you that the Notre Dame and SIBC communities have lost Lisa Yang, a fellow SIBC member senior in the Mendoza College of Business. Thank you, Lisa, for your continuous involvement with our Council and for providing mentorship and help to younger SIBC members.