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Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business’s distinguished faculty members regularly provide thought leadership through various media outlets. They share research insights and commentary on business news.

  • Business Schools’ MBA Gatekeepers

    If anyone has done it all, it is Shari Hubert, the associate dean of MBA admissions at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. Hubert has been a drug rep, worked in consulting and investment management, managed the Rockefeller Fellowship Program and worked in campus recruitment for General Electric, CITI and the PeaceCorps. And she has an MBA from Harvard Business School.

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  • Georgetown Will Now Offer Startup Stipends to Student Entrepreneurs

    A new program announced by Founding Director of the Georgetown Entrepreneurship Initiative Jeff Reid and alumna Victoria Schramm will provide Startup Stipends to help out graduating seniors with the launch of their innovative ventures. Available through a competitive application process, the recipients will be able to use the funds to cover some of the costs associated with building a business from the ground up, as well as their student loans.

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  • Wall Street’s Young Bankers Are Still Mostly White and Male, Report Says

    New York University, the No.2 school for two years running, experienced a 17 percent increase in graduates entering finance. Georgetown University rose to No.3 this year from No.7 last year, with a 32 percent increase in graduates becoming analysts. Yale also showed a big increase, rising to No.10 this year from No.17 last year.

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  • Want a Job on Wall Street? Go to UPenn or Georgetown

    To get a job on Wall Street, you need tenacity, above average math skills and, it appears, a degree from the University of Pennsylvania, Georgetown or Yale.

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  • 17 Career Lessons & Insights to Moving Up

    In a post on her LinkedIn Blog, Jennifer Dalton reflects on valuable career lessons she learned at the Georgetown University Women’s Leadership Initiative, which was hosted at the McDonough School of Business.

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  • Mentors, Initiative Can Help Women Succeed in Business, Society for Human Resource Management

    When it comes to getting ahead in business, women need to be more proactive about their careers. That was the focus of a panel discussion held at Georgetown University’s Annual Conference for Women in Business in Washington, D.C., where a group of panelists spoke to students, professors and business leaders about the need to incorporate strategies to increase the number of women in fields typically dominated by men.

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  • The Georgetown McDonough MBA: Everything You Need to Know

    Accepted.com sits down with Shari Huber, Associate Dean of MBA Admissions at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business for an overview of what's new and exciting at the school.

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  • 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 asymmetry of information" in the bond market.

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  • 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 Georgetown Entrepreneurship Initiative in concert with Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business, Law Center, School of Continuing Studies, and the Office of Community Engagement, 1776 will offer young aspiring founders the chance to explore the entrepreneurial environment.

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  • Georgetown Entrepreneurship Initiative Hosts Three Days of Events for Students and Business Leaders

    The Georgetown University Entrepreneurship Initiative will host an array of entrepreneurship events on Friday, Sept. 19 through Sunday, Sept. 21, providing opportunities for students, faculty, and business leaders to collaborate.

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