Recent News and Press Releases
School Advances Two Positions in the Global MBA Ranking
The Financial Times 2010 ranking of Global MBA Programs lists Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business MBA Full-Time Program 38th in the world, up from No. 40 last year. The school also was named the third best for international business, up from No. 4 in 2009.
Juan José Daboub To Discuss Global Financial Crisis and Reform Experience in El Salvador
WHAT: Juan José Daboub, managing director of the World Bank, will speak about the global financial crisis and its impact on Latin America, as well as the reform experience from his country El Salvador, at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business.
The event, which is co-sponsored by Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business and the Latin American Board, is open to the public.
J. Willard Marriott Jr.’s Distinguished Leaders Series lecture, originally planned for late January, has been rescheduled for Monday, April 12. It will take place at 4:30 p.m. in the Rafik B. Hariri Building's Lohrfink Auditorium.
Click here to RSVP for Marriott's April 12 presentation.
In December, Georgetown Women in Business (GWiB) held its first daylong leadership conference, titled Breaking Ceilings and Building Bridges. More than 100 people, including GWiB members, prospective students, alumni, and Georgetown faculty, braved the snowy weather to attend the conference.
The keynote lecture was delivered by Ambassador to Lichtenstein Claudia Fritsche who discussed the many political roles she has held, as well as the importance of setting goals and striving to reach them.
The MBA Leaders Breakfast Series will continue throughout the spring semester, bringing business executives and MBA Full-Time and Evening Program students together to share a meal and thoughts on leadership.
Sixteen business leaders from a variety of industries are slated to participate in the series, which is held each semester. At the breakfasts, the executives speak to a small group of students about leadership and then engage in discussion through a question-and-answer session.
The spring’s lineup of speakers includes:
Speakers Include CEOs from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, Marriott International, and the Volkswagen Group of America
Washington, D.C. – The 2009-10 Distinguished Leaders Series at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business continues this spring with lectures by executives from WilmerHale, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, Marriott International, the Volkswagen Group of America, and the former president of India.
Robert L. Reynolds
Peter J. Clare
The journal Geographical Analysis has devoted its October 2009 issue to the 40th anniversary of “The Problem of Spatial Autocorrelation,” an article written by Keith Ord, professor of operations and information management at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, and colleague Andrew Cliff, professor of theoretical geography at the University of Cambridge.
Lizette Jenness Olmos, national communications director of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) and graduate of Georgetown University’s Executive Master’s in Leadership program, was chosen to be the 2009 MillerCoors’ Líder of the Year.
Olmos was chosen through public vote on the MillerCoors Líderes Web site from among 12 finalists. The award recognizes leaders in the Hispanic community.
MBA students at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business have worked to make the holidays brighter by raising money and collecting donations for local charities.
Students enrolled in the MBA Full-Time Program collected donations for Toys for Tots in conjunction with MBA Volunteers. The toy drive included a competition among cohorts, with the Hoya Cohort leading the way with 58 donations. As a result, they received either reindeer antlers or elf hats to wear at their holiday party on Dec. 4. The students collected a total of 146 toys and $250 for the charity.