Press Release Archive

  • McDonough Undergrad Becomes National Track Champion

    When senior Emily Infeld walked into the Jacksons Track Center in Nampa, Idaho on March 10, she walked in as a nine-time All-American with one race ahead of her. She walked out as an NCAA Champion and now a 10-time All-American after winning the 3,000-meter run with a time of 9:15.44 at the 2012 NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships, hosted by Boise State.

  • CalTrek at Google in Mountain View CA

    MBA Students Trek To California

    Nearly double in size than last year’s group, the annual CalTrek trip took 46 Georgetown MBA students to California in January to visit 11 companies and the MBA career centers at Berkeley and Stanford.

  • Georgetown and INSEAD Scholars To Share Knowledge On Business and Public Policy Issues

    The Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business will host the third US/EU Dialogue Series with INSEAD on Friday, March 9, at INSEAD, a premier European business school, in Fontainebleau, France.

  • Global Social Enterprise Initiative and Booz Allen Hamilton Partner to Tackle Societal Challenges

    Booz Allen Hamilton and the Global Social Enterprise Initiative (GSEI) at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business have announced a partnership to identify and develop solutions to complex, large-scale issues utilizing Booz Allen’s MEGACOMMUNITIESSM approach.

  • Dean Thomas on the Kojo Nnamdi Show

    Dean Thomas Discusses Diversity on Radio Program

    Georgetown McDonough Dean David Thomas appeared as a guest on WAMU’s Kojo Nnamdi Show March 5 to discuss the importance of diversity to the college admissions process. Spurred by an upcoming Supreme Court case on affirmative action, the show explored the issue and processes by which colleges and universities assess the talent of applicants.

  • New MBA Curriculum Prepares Global, Innovative, Principled Leaders

    WASHINGTON, DC – Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business will launch a newly designed MBA Curriculum this fall. This new curriculum applies to both the school’s Full-time MBA program and its MBA Evening program.
    “As the global business landscape is continuously changing, MBA programs must equip their students with the skills to be innovative leaders—whether they are joining established organizations or becoming entrepreneurs,” said David A. Thomas, dean and William R.
  • Entrepreneurs in Residence Give Boost to Startups at Georgetown University

    Initial results from the Entrepreneurs in Residence (EiR) program at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business demonstrate success in fostering student entrepreneurs in the business school as well as the University’s other schools, including the School of Medicine and Walsh School of Foreign Service.

  • McDonough team at VCIC 2012

    MBA Students Finish First in Venture Capital Investment Competition

    On Friday, February 24, 2012, a team of Georgetown McDonough MBAs won the 15th annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Venture Capital Investment Competition held at the Wharton School of Business. According the venture capitalist judging panel, the Georgetown McDonough team did the best job analyzing business plans, conducting due diligence with entrepreneurs, structuring a term sheet, and negotiating a deal. Other schools competing at the event included the University of Virginia, Carnegie Mellon, Harvard, MIT, and the University of Maryland.

  • Washington Middle School for Girls

    MBA Students Gain From "Giving Back" To Local Organizations

    Georgetown McDonough’s Small Business Clinic is known around DC for the high caliber consulting it offers to local organizations, free of charge. On campus, it has made its mark giving students an opportunity to get out into the community and aid the local economy, as well as hone critical skills at the same time.

  • Panel on job creation

    New York Alumni Discuss Capital Formation and Job Creation

    New York-area Georgetown McDonough alumni participated in a thought-provoking discussion of “Capital Formation and Job Creation,” during a February 22, 2012, event at The Princeton Club. The panel discussion was hosted by Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business Office of External Affairs and Alumni Relations and the Georgetown Center for Financial Markets and Policy.

  • McDonough-Hilltop Business Strategy Challenge 2012

    Hilltop Case Competition Draws Schools from Across the Globe

    In February, Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business hosted the 8th Annual McDonough-Hilltop Business Strategy Challenge. The final round of the competition was held on Saturday, February 18, in Lohrfink Auditorium. Twenty undergraduate teams from around the world came to Georgetown to compete, including students from Shantau University in China.

  • Executive Master’s in Leadership Students Present Master’s Papers

    On Saturday, February 18, selected students in the Executive Master’s in Leadership (EML) program showcased their capacity for leading their organizations by examining female leadership, employee engagement, and corporate social responsibility in the 2011-12 Master’s Paper Showcase.

  • Reena Aggarwal

    Professor Reena Aggarwal Receives Wall Street Alliance Award

    At a gala event at The Waldorf-Astoria in New York City on February 23, Reena Aggarwal, Robert E. McDonough Professor of Business Administration and professor of finance, and director of the Georgetown Center for Financial Markets and Policy at the McDonough School of Business, and Theodore "Ted" J. Leonsis (C'77),founder, chairman, majority owner, and CEO of Monumental Sports & Entertainment were honored at the 12th Annual Wall Street Alliance Scholarship Dinner.

  • Business Leaders Discuss Capital Formation and Job Creation, Feb. 22

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    Georgetown McDonough School of Business Office of Alumni Relations and the Georgetown Center for Financial Markets and Policy present "Capital Formation and Job Creation,” a panel discussion featuring a former SEC commissioner; GAMCO and Blackstone executives; a Financial Times reporter; and Professor Reena Aggarwal. Panelists will discuss the role of capital formation in job creation, trends in U.S. public markets, and the role of private equity.

  • Small Businesses Gain Edge With Georgetown MBA Students' Free Consulting

    MBA students in the Small Business Clinic class at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business are logging countless hours of pro bono consulting for five relatively new companies and one nonprofit organization in Washington, D.C. 

  • Hoops for Horton's Kids, Feb. 17-19

    MBA students at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business will host the 23nd annual Ultimate 4 Basketball Tournament on February 17-19 to benefit local charity Horton’s Kids. A representative from Horton’s Kids, along with children from Washington D.C.’s Ward 8, will accept the donation from the students on Sunday, February 19.

  • Brand Advantage Profs

    Faculty to Teach Executive Course on Brand Advantage and Standout Marketing

    Georgetown McDonough marketing faculty members Kurt Carlson, Prashant Malaviya, and Luc Wathieu’s will be teaching the school’s new three-day certificate course, Brand Advantage: Standout Marketing in a Saturated Market, April 24-26. Together, this team has more than 40 years of experience teaching. Their most recent articles include such topics as:

  • Georgetown Center for Financial Markets and Policy Welcomes New Advisory Board Members

    Georgetown Center for Financial Markets and Policy in the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University has named Catherine R. Kinney, Michael Psaros, and Laurence A. Tosi to its Board of Advisors.

  • Kathleen Casey

    Georgetown Center for Financial Markets and Policy Appoints Distinguished Policy Fellow

    Georgetown Center for Financial Markets and Policy in the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University has named Kathleen L. Casey, former commissioner of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), as a Distinguished Policy Fellow.

  • McDonough To Offer Certificate Program On Finance For Non-Financial Managers

    Managers seeking to bolster their financial literacy and understanding will benefit from a new, three-day Executive Certificate course at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, titled Demystifying Finance: Balance Sheet Basics for Non-Financial Managers.

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