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Undergraduate students received their Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degrees in McDonough Arena May 16.
The celebratory mood was high among the graduates of Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business at their commencements May 15 and 16. On Friday, May 15, 345 graduate students received Master of Business Administration degrees on Healy Lawn. The next day, 324 seniors received Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degrees in McDonough Arena.
Washington, D.C. -- George G. Daly, dean of Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business, announced 13 new full-time faculty appointments today. These professors will begin teaching at the school in August.
"I am pleased we can add so many outstanding faculty to our roster," said Daly. "This is the largest influx of such scholars during my time at the school. These appointments also coincide with the opening of our new building this fall, which will enhance learning and interaction between our students and faculty."
Valedictorian Vy Hoang Uyen Le addresses the 2009 Tropaia Exercises attendees.
Professor of the Year award recipient Dr. Ilkka Ronkainen.
Graduating seniors and faculty were recognized for their outstanding achievements in academics, community service, teaching, and research at the 52nd Tropaia Exercises at the Georgetown McDonough School of Business on May 15. Deputy Dean Ricardo Ernst presided over the ceremony, which was held at historic Gaston Hall.
Friday, May 15, 2009 11:00 AM
The MIT Enterprise Forum, in cooperation with Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business, hosted the Mid-Atlantic Business Plan Competition semi-finals on Georgetown's campus Saturday, May 2.
AREVA Senior Executive Vice President Ana Palacio and Inter-American Development Bank President Luis Alberto Moreno to Address M
Graduates will be honored during commencement ceremonies on May 15 and 16
By Teresa Mannix
Ana Palacio, senior executive vice president, foreign relations, and member of the AREVA executive committee, and Inter-American Development Bank President Luis Alberto Moreno will serve as commencement speakers for Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business. Palacio will address graduates of the school's MBA program on May 15 and Moreno will address the undergraduates on May 16.
Former Lockheed Martin Corporation Executive to Join Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business Faculty
Mary M. VanDeWeghe Brings More Than 25 Years of Financial Experience to the Classroom.
Washington, D.C. - Georgetown University McDonough School of Business Dean George G. Daly today announced the appointment of former Lockheed Martin Senior Vice President Mary M. "Meg" VanDeWeghe as professor of the practice in finance. She previously held an academic appointment at the University of Maryland.
Ernst & Young Ethics Officer Jeffrey Hoops Visits Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business
Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business Professor George Brenkert hosted Ernst & Young Ethics and Compliance Officer Jeffrey T. Hoops on April 20. Brenkert, who holds a PhD in philosophy, teaches a class on Business Strategy which is currently focusing on ethics.
Back row, left to right: Margaret Tabunakawai, Santi "Joy" Saypanya, Gildas Andriamalala, Brent Jenks, Wendy Paulson, Gaana Balbar, Gordon Swartz
Front row, left to right: Dalina Nero, Elaina Todd, d'Shan Maycock, Sanjaa Bolortsetseg, Angkana "Tao" Makvilai
By Zia Morales
Fifty-one students received International Executive Master of Business Administration (IEMBA) degrees from Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business on April 25 in the university's historic Gaston Hall.