Recent News and Press Releases
WHAT: Federal and state policymakers, business executives and economists discuss future of telecom industry and policy options at forum hosted by Center for Business and Public Policy at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business.
The program, "Integration, Investment and Innovation: Future Directions for the Telecommunications Industry," is first in a series of policy forums to be sponsored by the Center this year.
WHO: Keynote speakers:
Washington, D.C. - The MBA program at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business was ranked 17 among 100 of the world's full-time MBA programs, according to The Financial Times' fifth annual survey released today. The McDonough School ranked 14 among US schools surveyed.
Georgetown University today appointed Dr. John W. Mayo to serve a two-year term as Dean of the McDonough School of Business.
"John is a distinguished and respected member of the faculty," said Georgetown President John J. DeGioia. "I am confident that he will provide strong and effective leadership for the school at a critical time."
Washington, D.C. - In its April 5 Best Graduate Schools issue, U.S. News & World Report ranks Georgetown's McDonough School MBA program at #24. This places Georgetown's MBA program among the top six percent of 352 accredited American MBA programs surveyed. Georgetown continues its representation among the top 25 MBA programs in U.S. News, last year placing at #22."We are pleased to be recognized by U.S. News and World Report as an elite MBA program," says Christopher Puto, dean of the McDonough School. "The U.S.
Georgetown's McDonough M.B.A. Program Ranks 9th in Hispanic Business' Annual Ranking of M.B.A. Programs
Washington, D.C. - The March issue of Hispanic Business ranks the top 10 M.B.A. programs for Hispanics. The McDonough's School's M.B.A. program ranks at #9 this year, up one place from last year. Hispanic Business ranked programs in five categories, and assigned ratings on the basis of the total scores. Enrollment measured the number of Hispanic M.B.A. students currently enrolled and the percentage of Hispanic students in the overall school enrollment.
Georgetown's McDonough M.B.A. Program Ranks 25th in The Financial Times' Annual Ranking of M.B.A. Programs Worldwide
Washington, D.C. - Released today, the annual Financial Times ranking of 100 M.B.A. programs worldwide ranks the McDonough's M.B.A. program at #25, up four places from last year. Among the U.S. programs ranked, McDonough is #20.
Washington, D.C. - Pietra Rivoli and Dennis Quinn, professors at the Georgetown University McDonough School of Business, have been awarded 2001-2002 Fulbright grants under the Fulbright Scholars Program.
Professors Rivoli and Quinn will teach and assist with M.B.A. curriculum development at the Shanghai University of Finance and Economics in Shanghai, China, from February 2002 to May 2002.
Secretary of Labor Elaine Chao will share insights on working in the 21st Century with McDonough School of Business students at Georgetown University's Business Day 2001. Secretary Chao is honored as the McDonough School's 2001 Business Leader of the Year.
DATE: Saturday, November 3, 2001
TIME: 11:30AM - 12:15PM
Media need to be seated by 11:15AM
Mult box will be available
PLACE: Georgetown University
Gaston Hall, 3rd Floor Healy Hall
37th & O Streets, N.W. Washington, D.C.
Washington, D.C. - In The Financial Times' inaugural ranking of 50 global executive MBA programs, Georgetown's McDonough IEMBA program ranks 13th among U.S. executive MBA programs, and 22nd among programs globally.
The Financial Times surveyed alumni from the Class of 1998 on the performance (salary and ability to meet career objectives) of the executive MBA program (50%), diversity among students, faculty and board members (30%), and the school's research performance (20%).
Washington, D.C. - Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business has appointed Dr. Marilyn A. Morgan, academician and former business executive, as Associate Dean and Director of Graduate Programs, effective October 1. She will oversee the offices of admissions, career management, and student life.