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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. Learn more about the Office of Marketing and Communications, and find access to the school's media kit, downloadable images, and more.

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Georgetown Institute for the Study of Markets and Ethics Expands Programming

The Georgetown Institute for the Study of Markets and Ethics announces a new institute director, as well as a visiting professor and junior fellows who...

Assessing the Economic Benefits and Costs of the FCC’s Imposition of Title II Regulation

A group of prominent economists, including six Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy leaders and scholars, have released an economic policy vignette assessing the economic merits of the...

Former Nasdaq Executive Joins Georgetown's Center for Financial Markets and Policy

John Jacobs, a longtime executive at Nasdaq, is joining the Center for Financial Markets and Policy at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business as a distinguished fellow. In this role...

Georgetown-ESADE Global Executive MBA Grads
Global Executive MBAs Graduate and Launch Philanthropic Effort

To be global leaders, students must immerse themselves into the business cultures of cities around the world. This is the premise of the Georgetown-ESADE Global Executive MBA (GEMBA) program,...

Experienced Executive, Women's Advocate Joins Georgetown Women's Leadership Institute

Barbara J. Krumsiek, an experienced executive in investment management, a leader in the field of sustainable investing, and a dedicated advocate for global women’s empowerment, is joining the...

The Summer of Startups

From bruised apples and two-legged carrots to discolored veggies, where some see ugly fruit, Ann Yang (SFS ’16) and Phil Wong (SFS ’15) see potential. They are the co-founders of...

6 Things to Know Before Applying for a MBA
We are thrilled to feature advice from Shelly Taylor Heinrich, Director of MBA Admissions at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business.
Shari Hubert
Georgetown McDonough’s Shari Hubert Points to Subtle Changes in New Application
Refreshed following a two-day staff retreat, the head of admissions at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business took time this morning to share with Clear Admit her advice to prospective...
Three Reasons to Consider Location When Choosing a Business School
Shelly Heinrich, director of MBA Admissions at Georgetown McDonough, shares how the location of a business school can affect a student’s access, experience, and quality of life.
Admissions Q&A: Georgetown McDonough School of Business
The full-time MBA class of 2016 at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business in Washington DC consists of 270 students. Among them, roughly three quarters hold either international work or...
Briana Scurry and MSF students
MSF Students Receive Career Pep Talk from World Cup Champion

Whether it’s a graduation ceremony or a World Cup final, many only see the end result. However, there often are hours of preparation – studying, training, practices,...

Philips, in Collaboration with Global Social Enterprise Initiative, Announces Unique New AgingWell Hub

Today during the White House Conference on Aging, Philips announced the creation of the AgingWell Hub (AWH), a unique new research center for open innovation that will examine and share solutions...

Startup Hoyas Summer Incubator Hosts Student Entrepreneurs

The Startup Hoyas Summer Launch Program at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business is hosting 13 entrepreneurial ventures this summer in its startup incubator program.

Now in...

Christine Porath
Americans Are So Stressed They Don't Even Realize They're Being Rude to Their Coworkers
According to Christine Porath, Ph.D., a professor at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business, that's likely because they're so stressed and overwhelmed that they don'...
Christine Porath
Rudeness Is On The Rise In The Workplace, And It Can Be Costly
Christine Porath has raised the issue of incivility in the workplace in an opinion piece titled “No Time To Be Nice At Work” which appeared in last week’s The New York Times Sunday Review. Over the...
Ed Soule
Spreading Eastward?
Indeed, companies that require their employees to work erratic work schedules often pay a price in terms of increased absenteeism, high turnover and poor customer service, says Ed Soule, an associate...

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