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Chris Rider
Educational Prestige as Career Insurance
Educational Prestige as Career Insurance
In a contributed article, Chris Rider, assistant professor of strategy, discusses his research on the prestige of law schools.
cathy tinsley
Stop Saying Women Are Bad at Negotiating Salaries
Stop Saying Women Are Bad at Negotiating Salaries
In April, Reddit Chief Executive Officer Ellen Pao made the highly talked-about move of banning salary negotiations… Not everyone agrees. "I'm skeptical this is going to be the panacea for...
Reena Aggarwal
Georgetown McDonough Research Casts Light on Investor Influence
Georgetown McDonough Research Casts Light on Investor Influence

Do institutional investors have an impact on how companies bring about change? It is difficult to study if or how institutional investors influence corporate management because their interactions...

What Charter-Time Warner Cable Deal Could Mean For Consumers
What Charter-Time Warner Cable Deal Could Mean For Consumers
By getting larger, cable companies can “control change in a more profitable manner,” said Nathan Miller, an economics professor at Georgetown University and formerly an economist with the Justice...
This Former FBI Negotiator Thinks Fat People Are Being Held Hostage By Food
This Former FBI Negotiator Thinks Fat People Are Being Held Hostage By Food
Chris Voss is one of the most famous FBI negotiators in recent history, but not because of his career in law enforcement. Voss, now an adjunct professor at Georgetown University's McDonough...
Why You’re Better Off Going Alone Than Not At All
Why You’re Better Off Going Alone Than Not At All
In an op-ed, Professor of Marketing at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business Rebecca Hamilton and co-author Rebecca Ratner, professor of marketing at the Robert H. Smith School of...
TCU's Values and Ventures Competition® Awards $10,000 to Georgetown University Entrepreneurs
TCU's Values and Ventures Competition® Awards $10,000 to Georgetown University Entrepreneurs

Seniors Ann Yang and Phil Wong, co-founders of MISFIT Juicery, won $10,000 in the 5th Annual Values and Ventures Competition hosted by Texas Christian University (TCU) on April 10-11. Georgetown...

Lemonade Day in D.C.
Lemonade Day in D.C.

This spring, 18 Georgetown McDonough students participated in Washington, D.C.’s Lemonade Day mentoring program. Students traveled to Amidon Bowen Elementary School to speak to fourth graders...

Deloitte
Georgetown McDonough Team Takes Second Place in The Deloitte Foundation Cyber Threat Competition
Georgetown McDonough Team Takes Second Place in The Deloitte Foundation Cyber Threat Competition

Georgetown’s undergraduate team placed second at The Deloitte Foundation Cyber Threat Competition at Deloitte University in Westlake, Texas. Members of the Georgetown team were Team Coach Liz...

NYSE
Financial Management Association (FMA) Visits New York Stock Exchange
Financial Management Association (FMA) Visits New York Stock Exchange

In April, 18 first-year and sophomore students took part in the annual Financial Management Association’s trip to New York City to learn about the financial services industry. The students visited...

sophomore students
Georgetown McDonough Students Take Part in Sophomore Service Project
Georgetown McDonough Students Take Part in Sophomore Service Project

For the third year in a row, Georgetown McDonough students participated in the Sophomore Service Project, an alternative spring break during which students complete a week of service. This year,...

Barcelona
Successful Trip for Global Business Experience Students in Barcelona
Successful Trip for Global Business Experience Students in Barcelona

For the second year, students traveled to Barcelona during spring break as part of their Global Business Experience (GBE) class. Accompanied by Georgetown McDonough Professor Ricardo Ernst and...

Fulbright Student
Georgetown McDonough Senior Awarded Fulbright Teaching Grant
Georgetown McDonough Senior Awarded Fulbright Teaching Grant

Savannah Quental (B ’15) has been awarded the prestigious Fulbright Teaching Grant. The Fulbright U.S. Student Program is the largest U.S. exchange program and offers opportunities for students to...

BUILD
New Award Celebrates Service Leadership
New Award Celebrates Service Leadership

Educating and developing principled leaders with a global mindset to be in service to business and society is integral to the mission at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. To...

Students Honored For Undergraduate Achievements
Students Honored For Undergraduate Achievements

At Tropaia Exercises Friday, May 15, the Georgetown University McDonough...

John Mayo Shares Expertise with Alumni at the World Bank
John Mayo Shares Expertise with Alumni at the World Bank

John Mayo, professor of economics, business, and public policy at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, and Ted Chu, chief economist at the International Finance Corporation (IFC...

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