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Undergraduate Program Advances in Businessweek Ranking
Undergraduate Program Advances in Businessweek Ranking

Undergraduate Businessweek Ranking

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Students Discuss Catholic Social Thought
Students Discuss Catholic Social Thought

About 50 undergraduate students from six universities across the country convened in Washington, D.C., in April for the inaugural Symposium on Markets and Catholic Social Thought at Georgetown...

Georgetown MBAs Build Homes over Easter Break
Georgetown MBAs Build Homes over Easter Break

During Easter break, 17 MBA students from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business traveled to New Orleans to partner with Habitat for Humanity in building a home for a family directly...

Panelists Speak to Students about Hunger Relief and Corporate Social Responsibility
Panelists Speak to Students about Hunger Relief and Corporate Social Responsibility

The Global Social Enterprise Initiative (GSEI), in partnership with Bank of America and Net Impact, continued its Corporate Social...

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Professors Teach About Building Strategic Partnerships at Bush Presidential Center
Professors Teach About Building Strategic Partnerships at Bush Presidential Center

Georgetown McDonough School of Business professors Paul Almeida, Brooks Holtom, and Michael O’Leary are working with the U.S. Presidential Centers for Presidents Lyndon B. Johnson, George H.W....

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Why Opposing Free-Trade Agreements Is a Clever Campaign Strategy
Why Opposing Free-Trade Agreements Is a Clever Campaign Strategy
A new paper by J. Bradford Jensen, Dennis Quinn and Stephen Weymouth at the National Bureau of Economic Research suggests that opposing free-trade agreements (FTAs) is indeed a smart campaign...
McDonough to Offer Scholarships to Returned Peace Corps Volunteers Pursuing an MBA
McDonough to Offer Scholarships to Returned Peace Corps Volunteers Pursuing an MBA
The Peace Corps has selected Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business to join a fellowship program that provides financial support to returned Peace Corps volunteers pursuing graduate...
The Path to 2020: Marketers Seize the Customer Experience
The Path to 2020: Marketers Seize the Customer Experience
The Economist Intelligence Unit’s report on the technologies and trends that are likely to change marketing organizations over the next five years includes insights from an in-depth interview with...
Ted Leonsis Wants to Inspire New Entrepreneurs — And Is Putting Down $1 Million in Cash Prizes to Do It
Ted Leonsis Wants to Inspire New Entrepreneurs — And Is Putting Down $1 Million in Cash Prizes to Do It
Ted Leonsis is teaming up with Georgetown University to start the Leonsis Family Entrepreneurship Prize, seeded with a $1 million cash gift. Who can compete? Georgetown students and recent alumni...
Scholar Says TPP Economic Studies Not Conclusive, Ask Wrong Question
Scholar Says TPP Economic Studies Not Conclusive, Ask Wrong Question
“Economics can only take us so far in this discussion and I don't think it actually takes us very far at all,” Pietra Rivoli, a professor of finance and international business at the Georgetown...
Brooks Holtom
Employees’ Internal Social Networks Can Predict Turnover
Employees’ Internal Social Networks Can Predict Turnover

Conventional wisdom says the more connections you have in your professional network, the more successful you will be.  When a worker has more connections, it means he or she is more likely to...

Robin Dillon-Merrill Honored For Achievements in Research
Robin Dillon-Merrill Honored For Achievements in Research

Robin Dillon-Merrill, professor and area coordinator for operations and information management, has been named a 2016 Distinguished Georgetown Investigator by the Office of the Provost for...

Scholars Discuss Ethics of Bankruptcy
Scholars Discuss Ethics of Bankruptcy

Do people have moral obligations to repay their debts? What makes a lender ethical or unethical? Should borrowers be forced to repay loans with excessive interest?

Scholars from...

Norean Sharpe
Norean Sharpe Serves as Honorary Committee Member of International Women’s Organization
Norean Sharpe Serves as Honorary Committee Member of International Women’s Organization

Norean Sharpe, senior associate dean and director of undergraduate programs at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, is an honorary committee member of the American Women for...

The Favor Request Effect: Requesting a Favor from Consumers to Seal the Deal
The Favor Request Effect: Requesting a Favor from Consumers to Seal the Deal

The old adage “ask and you shall receive” is put to the test in a new study published this month in the Journal of Consumer Research. The paper explores whether there is something simple...

Georgetown University Supports Student Entrepreneurs Through New Prize
Georgetown University Supports Student Entrepreneurs Through New Prize

Georgetown University students with entrepreneurial ambitions and a heart for service will have a new source of support, thanks to Ted Leonsis (C ’77), a longtime entrepreneur, investor, and...

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