Skip to main content

Newsroom

Georgetown McDonough students, faculty, and staff are newsmakers, whether being featured in the press, in the award-winning Georgetown Business magazine, or on social media. Sign up for our ENewsletter.

Select Category- Any -In the NewsNewsPress Release

A Proud Stock Exchange Fights for Life in Shadow of Tokyo Giant
A Proud Stock Exchange Fights for Life in Shadow of Tokyo Giant
The decline in regional exchanges isn’t specific to Japan, and has been going on for many decades. Almost every major commercial city in the U.S. had at least one bourse, according to James J. Angel...
Mandatory, Government-enforced Vaccinations are Crucial to Avoid Disaster
Mandatory, Government-enforced Vaccinations are Crucial to Avoid Disaster

To vaccinate or not to vaccinate? This is an ongoing and heated debate between parents, doctors, and political figures. As we are in the midst of flu season, the anti-vaccination movement...

Steers Center for Global Real Estate Launches Student-Led Investment Fund with $100K Seed Funding
Steers Center for Global Real Estate Launches Student-Led Investment Fund with $100K Seed Funding

The Georgetown University Public Real Estate Fund (GUPREF), which was launched this semester, has secured $100,000 through its partnership with the Steers Center for Global Real Estate. The...

Peace Corps Deputy Director Carlos Torres Celebrates New Partnership with McDonough
Peace Corps Deputy Director Carlos Torres Celebrates New Partnership with McDonough

On Oct. 13, Georgetown McDonough celebrated its partnership with the Peace Corps’ Paul D. Coverdell Fellows Program at a luncheon featuring Carlos Torres, deputy director of the Peace Corps, and...

MBA Students Spend Fall Break Volunteering at a Local School in Mexico
MBA Students Spend Fall Break Volunteering at a Local School in Mexico

Over fall break, a group of 10 MBA students traveled to San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico to volunteer at Casa de los Ángeles, a free daycare center for orphans and children of single...

Sound Advice
Sound Advice

What’s the best business advice you’ve ever received? We asked the Georgetown McDonough community, and they shared the sage wisdom that has served them through the years (along with a...

Full-time Graduation
MBA Graduates Find Career Success
MBA Graduates Find Career Success

The MBA Career Center at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business continues its trend of impressive career results,...

robert bies
What We Can Learn About Donald Trump the Leader from Trump the Developer
What We Can Learn About Donald Trump the Leader from Trump the Developer
"Trump is bold, imaginative, and when he dreams, he dreams big," said Robert Bies, professor of management at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business. "That has...
The Problem with Our Government is Democracy
The Problem with Our Government is Democracy
An op-ed by Jason Brennan: Many are scratching their heads: How can someone like Donald Trump win the presidency? To win elections, politicians must push policies that appeal to voters. But most...
James J. Angel
Trump Trade Policy Ideas Could Trigger Recession, Stagflation, Economists Say
Trump Trade Policy Ideas Could Trigger Recession, Stagflation, Economists Say
"What most people don't realize is that those jobs were doomed anyway, and no amount of protectionist trade barriers are going to bring them back," said James J. Angel, an associate...
Advice to Our New President
Advice to Our New President
An op-ed by Sen. George Mitchell based off of his remarks at the Georgetown McDonough Hariri Symposium: We’re fortunate to be Americans, citizens of a country that, despite its many serious...
5 MBA Entrepreneurs Innovating in Healthcare Technology
5 MBA Entrepreneurs Innovating in Healthcare Technology
Seth Halpern, Georgetown McDonough, co-founder and CEO of 1healthy.world: Before McDonough, Seth served as CFO of Edward Saatchi’s NationalField, the social software provider for the Obama...
Christine Porath
Isolate Toxic Employees to Reduce Their Negative Effects
Isolate Toxic Employees to Reduce Their Negative Effects
An article by Christine Porath: A seemingly small act of rudeness can ripple across communities, affecting people in our network with whom we may or may not interact directly. The odds of this...
StartupHoyas Law Hosts First Pitch Competition
StartupHoyas Law Hosts First Pitch Competition

On November 3, StartupHoyas Law held its first pitch competition, Start-Up 101, at the Georgetown University Law Center. Five teams from different schools within the university participated in the...

Supply Chain Reactions
Supply Chain Reactions

The location — and relocation — of manufacturing in the world is shifting, but not necessarily in a way that matches popular perceptions.
By Bob Woods
...

Randy Goldberg at Bombas Socks, Photo by Matt Furman
Inside the Shark Tank
Inside the Shark Tank

Georgetown graduates compete in the sport of entrepreneurship on TV and beyond.
By Mike Carlson
Photo by Matt Furman

 

It is June 2014, and...

Pages