Skip to main content

Newsroom

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.

Sort By:

Select Category In the News School News Press Releases

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.

Select CategoryIn the NewsNewsPress Release

Ramón Gil-Casares Satrústegui
Spanish Ambassador Speaks Global Business with MBA Students

The Spanish Ambassador to the United States, Ramón Gil-Casares Satrústegui, talked to Georgetown MBA students on Thursday, January 21, in preparation for their weeklong Global Business Experience...

Center for Business and Public Policy Commemorates 1996 Telecommunications Act

To commemorate the 20th anniversary of the 1996 Telecommunications Act, the Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy hosted an informal discussion...

The "Four Fathers" of Casual Dining

With a focus on healthier dining options, D.C. has become the new breeding ground for the next generation of tastemakers. With the likes of Nando’s Peri-Peri, Cava, Taylor Gourmet, and now...

Chris Rider
Research Finds Diversity Challenges in Hiring NFL Head Coaches

White assistant coaches are twice as likely to be promoted to a coordinator position than minority coaches, according to new research led by Chris Rider, assistant professor of strategy at...

Hundreds Gather for Inaugural Africa Business Conference

More than 300 students and business leaders came together at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business on Saturday, Feb. 6, for “Africa Rising: Business in Action." The day-...

Students Connect with Startups at Career Fair

Georgetown students had the opportunity to learn about life in the entrepreneurial ecosystem and to meet with nearly two dozen startups and high growth companies at the first Startup Career Fair,...

MBA Students Travel to California For Annual CalTrek Event

Every January, MBA students have the opportunity to escape chilly East Coast temperatures and travel west to California. This year, 35 Full-time and Evening Program MBA students participated in...

Ambassador of Panama Visits with Global Business Fellows Program Students
Hands-on Learning in a Global Environment

Georgetown McDonough seeks to become the...

Learning Beyond the Classroom

Last fall, Thomas Cooke, a distinguished teaching professor, and Matthew Cypher, director of the Georgetown McDonough’s Steers Center for Global Real Estate,...

Seniors Among Country’s “Best & Brightest” Business Students

The road to obtaining an undergraduate business degree can be quite challenging. However, when Georgetown Seniors Sarah Long and Yaibhav Agarwal were selected to be among...

&pizza CEO Michael Lastoria Speaks with Students

In October, Georgetown McDonough’s Undergraduate Office of Professional Development brought together 45 undergraduate students and Michael Lastoria, president and CEO of one of D.C.’s fastest...

What Graduating MBAs Made In 2015
Georgetown McDonough is on the list for first-year compensation of MBA graduates. In 2015, Georgetown’s MBA graduates had an average first-year compensation package of $124,662, and a median base...
Chris Rider
Among N.F.L. Coaches, a Lack of Diversity Trickles Up
The study, released by professors from Georgetown, George Washington, Emory and Iowa State universities, looked at the careers of more 1,200 N.F.L. coaches from 1985 to 2012 and found that black...
The Legal Fallout From Wal-Mart's Ward 7 Pullout Not So Clear Cut, Experts Say
Many landlords, especially in malls or retail centers, will seek their own go-dark provisions, said Matt Cypher, director of the Steers Center for Global Real Estate in the McDonough School of...
Dean Thomas GBI-
An Inside Look at What’s Keeping Black Men Out of the C-Suite
David Thomas, Georgetown’s McDonough School dean, says such arguments reveal a bias called attribution error. “People are more likely to trust performance data—that someone, for example, is an...

Pages