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James Sinclair, visiting accounting professor
Sinclair Honored with 40 Under Forty Award for Accounting

James Sinclair, a visiting assistant professor of accounting at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, was...

Net Impact
Georgetown Wins 2015 Net Impact Graduate Chapter of the Year

Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business MBA Program has been recognized for having the Net Impact...

Vishal Agrawal, operations and information management professor
Agrawal Earns Management Science’s Best Paper Award

Assistant Professor of Operations and Information Management, Vishal Agrawal, won the 2014 Management Science Best Paper in...

Bank of America Reinvests in Georgetown's Global Social Enterprise Initiative

The Global Social Enterprise Initiative (GSEI) at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business has received $500,000 from the Bank of America Charitable Foundation to support the...

Speechwriters for Hillary Clinton, Presidents to Speak

What:
The 2015 World Conference of the Professional Speechwriters Association (PSA).

When:
October 7, 2015
8:45 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
...

Rebecca Cassidy
Office of Professional Development Guides Undergraduates to Careers

A lot can be accomplished in one year. Just ask Rebecca Cassidy, assistant dean and director of the ...

Undergraduate Business Program Achieves High Marks
Undergraduate Business Program Achieves High Marks

This fall, the Undergraduate Program at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business has received accolades from several rankings, including U.S. News & World Report, Business...

David Crowley
David Crowley Named a 2015 McGowan Fellow

The William G. McGowan Charitable Fund has announced the 10 recipients of its 2015 fellowship awards. David Crowley, a second-year MBA student, was selected from Georgetown University’s McDonough...

Financial Markets Quality Conference, Sept. 17

WHAT:  The Center for Financial Markets and Policy at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business and the Financial Times will present a conference on...

Executive MBA Students Share Findings in South Korea

This year, Georgetown McDonough Executive MBA students traveled to Seoul as part of the Global Business Experience, marking the first time EMBA students had visited South Korea. Forty-eight...

MBA Evening Program Students Consult in Bologna

In July, 40 Georgetown McDonough MBA students traveled to Bologna, Italy, for their Global Business Experience (GBE), as part of the culmination of the three-month course. During the trip, the...

Kurt Carlson
New Solutions to Old Problems: Consumers Say They Will Switch Brands and Pay More
A contributed article by Kurt Carlson, professor of marketing and director of the Georgetown Institute for Consumer Research: “As I have shown in previous posts about the Consumer Problem Survey (CPS...
A Deeper Look at the New Google
That’s precisely what Page and Brin aim to avoid with Alphabet—which, as Page wrote in a blog post also means “alpha-bet,” or an attempt to get returns above “alpha,” a standard benchmark. “There may...
Jason Schloetzer
Alphabet Reorganization Injects Start-Up Cachet into Google
Google’s reorganization into Alphabet Inc. is a way to show it can be a cool, nimble start-up — again. The separation of the disparate businesses “essentially decentralizes authority” so that...
betsy sigman
A City in California Is Using 'Chinese Twitter' to Connect With Some of Its Residents
“Governments want to give information. They also want to listen,” said Betsy Paige Sigman, a professor at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. “I think the goal [with Weibo] is to...
The MBA Gatekeeper At McDonough
When going through the application process for a top business school, it’s a good idea to avoid annoying those who are making the ultimate decisions. It’s best not to spam the entire dean’s suite...

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