Recent News and Press Releases
McDonough School of Business alumna Ann Gillin Lefever, from Barclays Capital, addressed the challenges of working in the financ
National Journal Group President Suzanne Clark returned to her alma mater on January 13 to headline the first Georgetown University McDonough School of Business Leaders Breakfast of the spring semester. Clark shared essentials of effective leadership with students and faculty in her informal, hour-long talk. In addition to discussing experiences in her current job, Clark also cited examples from her decade-long roles as the chief operating officer and executive vice president of the U.S.
Interim Assistant Treasury Secretary Neel Kashkari Discusses Financial Market Crisis and Troubled Assets Relief Program
Kashkari (right) was welcomed to the McDonough School on January 13 by Dean George Daly.
U. S. Department of Treasury Addresses Financial Market Crisis and the Troubled Asset Relief Program
Georgetown University McDonough School of Business Hosts Assistant Secretary for Financial Stability
In the latest issue of McDonough Business, the business school's alumni magazine, seven graduates from around the world tell about the contributions they are making to the field of management. Their work enriches both the corporate world and the worlds of politics, conservation, health and education.
WASHINGTON, D.C. (January 8, 2009) - George G. Daly, dean of Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business, today announced the appointment of Elizabeth "Betsy" Griffith as the school's new Associate Dean of MBA Evening Program.
See the McDonough School's Associate Professor Lee Pinkowitz in a lively interview on NBC Nightly News about the Dow Jones Industrial Average and what it means to Americans and the economy.
WASHINGTON, DC. - Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business Dean George Daly today announced the appointment of Chris M. Kormis as the school's new Associate Dean for Marketing and Communications.
Kormis will lead, develop, and implement strategic marketing and communications efforts that will advance the McDonough School of Business. She will serve as the primary spokesperson, after the Dean, to all external audiences, and will direct communications strategies to promote the school as well as raise its visibility among the news media, key stakeholders, and alumni.
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Kelly Wilson, assistant dean and director of McDonogh's full-time MBA admissions, participated in a recent discussion about graduate school admissions on WAMU's Kojo Nnamdi Show. She was joined by representatives of American University and the Council of Graduate Schools.
With new articles on strategies and tools for trade in Latin America, Globalization, Competitiveness and Governability has taken another step in establishing itself as an influential journal in the field of international trade. The journal was founded by McDonough Deputy Dean Ricardo Ernst (left), who also serves as its editor in chief.
On New Year's Day, 2003, McDonough School MBA student and missionary Mike Kim
packed a couple of duffle bags and set out from Southern California for the China-North
Korea border on a one-way ticket. He would spend the next four years leading North
Korean refugees through the 6,000 mile underground railroad, an experience that would
become the basis of his recently released book, Escaping North Korea: Secrets of the
World's Most Isolated Country.