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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 University Showcases Global Executive MBA in Ghana

Elie Farhat, Assistant Dean for Executive Outreach from Georgetown University, in Washington DC is in Accra to highlight innovative the highly innovative Georgetown- ESADE Global Executive MBA....

VC/DC: Net Neutrality at Home, TTIP Abroad. Moving Towards the Center?
Larry Downes, senior industry and innovation fellow at the Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy, writes in an op-ed regarding the debate on net neutrality: “Many of the arguments and...
Georgetown leaders in the SAGE Program
Georgetown Leaders Prepare for Innovation

At a time when the future of higher education – both how it is managed and delivered – is changing, internal communication is vital to determining the charted course for the future of Georgetown...

Katie Burke, executive vice president of Nielsen, addressed the Conference for Women in Business at the McDonough School of Business on Sept. 19.
Nielsen VP Encourages Women to Embrace Corporate Jungle Gym

As the only girl in a household of five boys, Katie Burke spent her childhood climbing trees, gaining self-confidence, and believing she could take on whatever crossed her path.

Now the...

Daniel Gallagher, commissioner of the SEC, listens to a question during the Financial Markets Quality Conference at Georgetown on Sept. 16, 2014.
Experts and Industry Leaders Gathered at Financial Markets Quality Conference

Nearly 150 people from across the financial sector converged at Georgetown’s Financial Markets Quality Conference on Tuesday, Sept. 19, to discuss the current state of the financial markets and to...

Bill Clinton, Paul Almeida, Michael O'Leary, George W. Bush
Georgetown Professors Design and Teach Leadership with Four U.S. Presidential Centers

Two Georgetown McDonough professors, Paul Almeida and Michael O’Leary, will collaborate with four presidential centers to design and facilitate the curriculum for the Presidential Leadership...

John Doerr
John Doerr, Early Backer of Google, Amazon.com to Speak

Venture Capitalist to Deliver Remarks at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business as Part of Stanton Distinguished Leaders Series

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Chic Geeks Overhaul Runway Shopping at New York Fashion Week
Marlene Morris Towns, a marketing professor at Georgetown University who specializes in retail, said she expects higher-end clients who may not have had access to stores carrying exclusive...
Studying Business Abroad: The International Option
Graduate business students can turn to the Financial Times’ Global MBA rankings, but no such thing exists for undergraduate business programs, said Norean Sharpe, the senior associate dean for...
SEC's Gallagher Calls for Reforms in Fixed Income Markets
In prepared remarks for a market structure conference at Georgetown University, Securities and Exchange Commission Republican member Daniel Gallagher said he is concerned by "a troubling...
FCC Considers Tougher net Neutrality rules for Wireless
Larry Downes, senior industry and innovation fellow at the Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy, comments on net neutrality rules in this segment on Bloomberg TV.
Stanley Nollen
Britain Might Learn from Split of Czechoslovakia
In this interview with CCTV America Stanley Nollen, a professor at Georgetown McDonough who worked in Prague in 1993, compares that year’s dissolution of Czechoslovakia with the potential departure...
Could Ditching ‘Redskins’ Take Heat off the NFL?
Ronald Goodstein, a professor of marketing at Georgetown University, said that it would cost between $15 million and $20 million to do everything that a name change for the Washington Redskins would...
Jason Brennan
Let 16-Year-Olds Vote
An op-ed by Jason Brennan, assistant professor of ethics: Scotland decided to trust its 16-year-olds to vote in the biggest question in its history when the country headed to the polls this week for...
1776 Announces New Academic Partnership with Georgetown
D.C. startup incubator and venture fund 1776 added to its impressive lineup of academic partners Friday with the announcement of a new partnership with Georgetown University. Working with the...
William Novelli
The IT Keys to Aging in Place
An op-ed by Bill Novelli, a distinguished professor of the practice at Georgetown McDonough, and Brent Shafer, CEO of Philips North America: Technology is an important way to help meet this strong...

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