Press Release Archive

  • Georgetown's McDonough School of Business and ESADE Business School Form Alliance to Educate Global Leaders

    Partnership to Provide Opportunities for Faculty Research, Student Exchange, and New Academic Programs

  • Live Webcast: Pro Sports Team Owners To Discuss Business of Sports

    Washington’s Nationals, Capitals, Wizards, and Mystics Owners to Participate in Discussion at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business, April 11 

  • Live Webcast: International Airlines Group Chairman To Speak at Distinguished Leaders Series

    Antonio Vázquez to Address Students at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business, April 4

  • U4 Basketball Check Presentation

    MBA Students Raise $10,000 For Horton's Kids

    The 22nd annual Ultimate 4 Basketball Tournament, hosted by MBA students at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, assembled 22 teams from colleges and universities across the country in an effort to raise money for a local children’s nonprofit organization.
    Held on February 19 and 20, the tournament resulted in bragging rights for one school and a $10,000 donation to Horton’s Kids, which was accepted by Executive Director Brenda Chamberlain.
    The University of Chicago Booth School of Business team
  • VCIC Student Winners

    MBA Team Wins Entrepreneur’s Choice Award

    Five Georgetown McDonough School of Business MBA students earned one of the three top prizes at the regional Venture Capital Investment Competition (VCIC) held in Pittsburgh on Feb. 18. 

    The MBA team of Clark Dumas, Brian Tichenor, Halem Manhbouli, Ray Hwang, and Zachary Klein won the Mid-Atlantic Regional Entrepreneur’s Choice Award at the 14th annual competition, which involves more than 1,000 MBA students from four continents.

    VCIC is one of the premiere MBA competitions for venture capital and entrepreneurship. It has been holding competitions since 1998.

  • Macy’s MBA Challenge Winners Advance to Finals in NYC

    The Macy’s MBA Challenge 2011 Marketing Competition winners have been announced, and the Georgetown MBA team comprising Samantha Chow, Renu Razdan, James Ou, Jasmin Guleria, and Irene Yu earned a first place designation, a $5,000 prize and a trip to New York City to compete in the national finals on Friday, March 4.

  • Dave Schaeffer Offers Savvy Start-up Advice at Leaders Breakfast

    While surrounded by Danish pastry, coffee and McDonough School of Business MBAs, Cogent founder and CEO Dave Schaeffer gave sound entrepreneurial suggestions to those attending the February 10 Leaders Breakfast.

    “I became an entrepreneur more by accident than by design,” Schaeffer said. “My first go-around in business was in a turn-around than with a start-up.”

  • Roa TAPS MBA students

    Donna Vincent Roa, managing partner and chief strategist of the Vincent Roa Group, spoke of life lessons that can be incorporated into professional careers at a February 14 McDonough Business School MBA Leaders Breakfast.

  • Taryn Voget Explains Every Genius Institute’s Concept at Leaders Breakfast

    With books and DVDs in-hand, the CEO and co-founder of Everyday Genius Institute and Georgetown graduate Taryn Voget spoke of her new business venture during a February 16 Leaders MBA Breakfast.

    Voget’s “Think Like a Genius” series has been lauded as an instruction tool from experts at the top of their respective fields. At the breakfast, she explained the challenges of marketing and getting her line of books to the retail shelves.

  • Georgetown Associate Professor Elected Editor of Marketing Newsletter

    Associate Professor Luc Wathieu Also to Hold Seat on Board for INFORMS Society for Marketing Science

    Luc Wathieu, associate professor of marketing at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, has been elected newsletter editor of the INFORMS Society for Marketing Science (ISMS).

    The Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) is the largest professional society in the world for those in the field of operations research, management science, and business analytics.

  • Georgetown MBA Students Organize Basketball Tournament to Benefit Local Kids Charity

    McDonough School of Business Students to Present Donation to Horton’s Kids Executive Director Brenda Chamberlain and Children, Feb. 20

    Washington, D.C. – MBA students at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business will host the 22nd annual Ultimate 4 Basketball Tournament February 19-20 to benefit local charity Horton’s Kids.

  • Former USDA Secretary to Participate in Renewable Energy and the Agriculture Business Discussion


    Dan Glickman, Growth Energy CEO, and Three Farmers will Offer Remarks at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business

    Former U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Dan Glickman, Growth Energy CEO Tom Buis, and farmers Ralph Kaehler, Tony Rossman, and Trent Linkenmeyer will participate in a renewable energy and modern agriculture panel discussion and reception.

  • President of US China Partners to Speak on Navigating the Chinese Business Market

    Savio S. Chan to Present “The Five Rules of Doing Business in China” at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, Feb. 17

    Savio S. Chan, President and CEO of US China Partners, will speak at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. The event is open to the public.

  • Abu Dhabi's CNIA Executives Participate in Leadership Program

    Participants Invited to Dinner at UAE Embassy with Ambassador Yousef Al Otaiba

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business has developed a custom executive education program to advance the leadership skills of senior managers of the Critical National Infrastructure Authority (CNIA) in Abu Dhabi. The program, which held its first two sessions in Abu Dhabi this past fall, culminated on Georgetown’s campus in Washington, D.C., January 18-21, 2011.

  • Managing Consultant Susan Potter speaks at MBA Leaders Breakfast

    Susan Potter is in the human resources and corporate talent business, and Tuesday morning, Jan. 25, she spoke to an interested group of Georgetown University graduate students at the McDonough School of Business Leaders Breakfast.

    The Towers Watson executive extended advice to 15 Georgetown MBA and undergraduate students regarding employment opportunities, the how-to’s of consulting, and why she continues to enjoy working with some of Washington, D.C.’s top firms and companies.

  • zizos breakfast

    Be Assertive Advises Live Wire President at MBA Leaders Breakfast

    Chryssa Zizos, owner of the Washington, D.C.-based Live Wire Media Relations, met with a group of Georgetown University MBA’s for an informal discussion on the making of her career and a question-and-answer session at the Monday, February 7, 2011, McDonough School of Business MBA Leaders Breakfast.

    “Since I was very young, I knew I wanted to live and work in Washington, D.C.; I didn’t always know in what capacity, but I knew I was always driven to this city in some way and some how,” said Zizos.

  • Senseless Panic Author Discusses Lessons from the Financial Crisis

    An opinionated hour-long conversation involving economic tough-talk from former FDIC chairman, economic commentator, and author Bill Isaac drew McDonough School of Business students, faculty, alumni, and staff to a discussion about the 2008 Great Recession, banking, and needed fiscal adjustments, Feb. 6 and 7.

  • Sharpe Publishes Second Edition of Business Statistics

    In January, Pearson Higher Education released the second edition of Business Statistics, co-authored by Norean Sharpe, Georgetown University McDonough School of Business undergraduate dean and professor of statistics and operations research.

  • MBA Leaders Breakfast Speaker: Health Care Field Growth Has Unlimited Potential

    Speaking to a group of 15 Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business graduate students on Wednesday, Jan. 26, Advisory Board Company Director, Chief Executive Officer, and Executive Vice President Robert Musselwhite said that expansion and growth in the health care industry will reach exponential levels during the next decade.

  • Alice Rivlin to Discuss Federal Debt with Georgetown MBA Students

    Feb. 5 Event is Part of Residency Focusing on Business and Public Policy at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business