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Georgetown McDonough Sophomores Start Flynance
Georgetown McDonough Sophomores Start Flynance

In entrepreneurship, it's not always the idea that's difficult to manage, but rather executing on building it into a business. This was not the case for Alexander Heintze (B ‘19), Lisa Liu (B ‘19...

Alumni Spotlight - Emily Infeld
Alumni Spotlight - Emily Infeld

As if being having been a high-achieving Georgetown McDonough student and athlete wasn’t enough, 26-year-old alumnus Emily Infeld has had an incredible year on the track — taking 11th place...

Alumni Spotlight - Justin Falvey
Alumni Spotlight - Justin Falvey

Justin Falvey (B ‘90) made a name for himself in Hollywood following his undergraduate career at Georgetown McDonough. With more than 20 years of experience in production, he now runs Amblin...

BUILD Pre-Orientation 2016
BUILD Pre-Orientation 2016

For a video of the program, click here

This year, 13 mentors and five program coordinators came together for BUILD...

Global Leaders Mentor EMBA Students in New Program
Global Leaders Mentor EMBA Students in New Program

This spring, the Georgetown McDonough Office of Executive Education launched a new mentoring program that partners select Executive MBA (EMBA) students with C-suite level leaders from top global...

5 Higher-Yielding ETFs for Conservative Investors
5 Higher-Yielding ETFs for Conservative Investors
An op-ed by William Droms, John J. Powers, Jr. Professor of Finance Emeritus: So, once again, the September meeting of the Fed held interest rates in super-low territory. As I noted last month, in...
The Right to Vote Should Be Restricted to Those With Knowledge
The Right to Vote Should Be Restricted to Those With Knowledge
An op-ed by Jason Brennan, Robert J. and Elizabeth Flanagan Family Term Associate Professor: Who should hold power: the few or the many? Concentrating power in the hands of a few—in monarchy,...
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How to Manage a Toxic Employee
How to Manage a Toxic Employee
“There’s a pattern of de-energizing, frustrating or putting down teammates,” adds Christine Porath, an associate professor at Georgetown and the author of Mastering Civility: A Manifesto for the...
Prashant Malaviya
An Expert’s Advice on How Metro Can Win Back Riders
An Expert’s Advice on How Metro Can Win Back Riders
Metro has a trust problem says Prashant Malaviya, senior associate dean of MBA programs at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. People who depend on Metro to get to where they’re...
James J. Angel
High-Speed Traders Fear Regulator Spilling Their Biggest Secrets
High-Speed Traders Fear Regulator Spilling Their Biggest Secrets
“As an academic, I love data,” said James Angel, a finance professor at Georgetown University in Washington. “I want everything to be given to me in machine-readable form so I can analyze it.”
Kovacs: BDS Reform - What Happens to Competitors After a Mandated Price Cut?
Kovacs: BDS Reform - What Happens to Competitors After a Mandated Price Cut?
An op-ed by Anna-Maria Kovacs, a visiting policy scholar at the Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy: The Federal Communication Commission (FCC) has proposed re-regulation of the business...
Robert Bies
Chancellor Kaya Henderson and the Future of D.C. Public Schools
Chancellor Kaya Henderson and the Future of D.C. Public Schools
Robert Bies, professor of management, discussed the tenure and legacy of Kaya Henderson, former chancellor of D.C. Public Schools, on WJLA’s “News Talk” program.
A Georgetown MBA & His Mule
A Georgetown MBA & His Mule
A profile of Matt Bishop (MBA ’10): It’s a spectacular late-September morning somewhere on a swath of national forest land in the foothills outside of Boise, Idaho. Mountain bikers, trail runners,...
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You Bad-Mouth Someone Via Email, Then Press Send. Now what?
You Bad-Mouth Someone Via Email, Then Press Send. Now what?
The article features advice from Christine Porath, associate professor of management, in response to the reader question, "You insult someone in an email and accidentally send it to that very...
Meet Georgetown’s MBA Class of 2018
Meet Georgetown’s MBA Class of 2018
Six hours south of New Haven, you’ll find another sleeping giant that is just starting to come into its own: Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. Just 30 years old, McDonough’s full-...
More Wealth, More Jobs, But Not for Everyone: What Fuels the Backlash on Trade
More Wealth, More Jobs, But Not for Everyone: What Fuels the Backlash on Trade
Lower-income households have benefited from better prices on basic goods. As imports surged, the cost of baby and toddler clothes in the United States dropped by 10 percent from 1999 to 2013,...

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