March 2015


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Gene Ferrick <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 4 Mar 2015 20:02:15 +0000
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ESTEEM -- a one-year advanced degree in Innovation, Technology and Entrepreneurship here at Notre Dame that can help you change the world.  Now.

Applications will remain open until April 10th.  You still have six weeks to apply -- six weeks to find the answers to questions you continue to ask yourself about life after graduation in May.  Scholarships are available.

Discover a most unique and compelling path to the world of start-ups and early stage ventures --or to Google -- or to Apple -- or to Ford -- or to Bain Consulting -- or to IBM -- or to some of the most exciting and dynamic companies in the health care/bio-tech, consulting or technology spaces.  Here in the U.S. -- and around the world.  Learn the lifelong skill sets required to take an idea all the way from concept to market -- and to distinguish yourself from your peers in an ultra-competitive global economy.

Check out our website ( because it has a wealth of information.  In addition, we have released three new videos:
  One that speaks to our program ( and how it propels careers forward;
  One that focuses on the ESTEEM social life ( and the university as a whole;
  One which highlights our capstone thesis project. (

We ask you to strongly consider the ESTEEM Program as not only an opportunity to put your life on an exciting new path of discovery and innovation -- but as a chance for you to advance the calling of our Founder, Father Sorin, to become that powerful force for good in the world.  Now.

Seize the day.

Questions?  Please contact our Program Coordinator, Rebekah ([log in to unmask]), who will be happy to speak with you about the process.

David Murphy
Associate Dean of Entrepreneurship for the Colleges of Science and Engineering
Director, ESTEEM Graduate Program
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