Press Release Archive

  • Georgetown Students Participate in Summer StartUp Program

    The Georgetown Entrepreneurship Initiative Summer StartUp program will help 15 student-run companies launch this summer. Now in its second year, the two-month program helps students or recent alumni develop a business plan and initiate their own business.

  • Undergraduates Receive Research Funding

    This summer, the Undergraduate Research Fellow Awards will provide $70,000 in funding for 19 students to conduct research with faculty on topics ranging from consumer satisfaction and behavior to corporate governance in Africa.

    Students who receive the Undergraduate Research Fellow Award are recruited by the Office of Fellowships and Awards. Students will be required to prepare a poster for the first McDonough Undergraduate Research Symposium this fall.

    Below is a roster of the student awardees and their corresponding research projects:

  • James R. Dalkin Receives Prestigious Position at the IAASB

    James R. Dalkin, a lecturer at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, recently was appointed to the Consultative Advisory Group (CAG) of the International Auditing Assurance Standard Board (IAASB). The IAASB is a renowned independent company that has been setting high-quality standards for auditing and other related services worldwide since 1977.

  • Georgetown MBA Presents at AIGAC Conference

    Three associate deans from the Georgetown University McDonough School of Business MBA Program recently spoke at a three-day conference held by the Association of International Graduate Admission Consultants (AIGAC). The conference, hosted by the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, focused on innovation and featured 40 of the top international admissions consultants and nine of the top business schools’ admission career deans and executive directors.

  • Are India's Trade Policies Hurting Its Growth Prospects?

    The Center for Business and Public Policy at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business will present “The Elephant Stumbles? Are India's trade policies hurting its growth prospects?” as part of its Georgetown on the Hill series, which brings the center’s work to Capitol Hill for tutorials on public policy issues. 
     
    India’s economy has slowed from a 10-year average of about 8 percent growth to 5 percent growth, and its trade deficit has ballooned to $191 billion.
  • Georgetown McDonough Joins the Consortium

    The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management, a national not-for-profit organization focused on diversity and inclusion in American business, is pleased to announce that Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business has been added to its list of prestigious business schools. The addition of Georgetown brings The Consortium’s member school total to a historical high of 18.
     
    The Consortium recruits new member schools selectively. Georgetown is the first university to join the roster since 2010.
  • Young Women From Around the Globe Get Leadership Training at Georgetown McDonough

    A total of 26 girls and women age 15 to 23 from around the world were hosted last week by Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business for a leadership summit that included inspirational talks by professional women engaged in diplomacy, government, business and non-governmental sectors.
     
    Georgetown McDonough’s Office of Executive Education partnered with iLive2Lead, a Washington, D.C., non-profit, for the June 17-21 program. Speakers at the summit included Rep.
  • Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business Introduces New Master of Science in Finance (MSF) Program

    Online Program Offers an Innovative Learning Experience for Global Students

    Washington, D.C. – Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business plans to launch a Master of Science in Finance (MSF) program, the school’s first online educational offering. The new curriculum uses state-of-the-art technology that affords students, regardless of their geographical location, the opportunity to experience the same interactive small-class atmosphere characteristic of the traditional offerings.

  • Pay Attention to the Ad Creator Behind the Curtain

    (Washington, DC) June 6, 2013 – A recent study unveils that companies who co-create advertisements with consumers should provide background information about the ad content and the ad creator to establish credibility and identify similarities with ad recipients.

    Over the last few years, companies have involved consumers in corporate marketing initiatives with the expectation of increasing brand engagement with target markets. In the study, Consumer-generated Ads:

  • Optimal Coevolution of Mobile Broadband Technology and Spectrum Policy Workshop

    The Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy and the Portable Computer and Communications Association (PCCA) will present “Optimal Coevolution of Mobile Broadband Technology and Spectrum Policy,” a workshop to assess the federal spectrum policy issues that can impact the evolution of wireless broadband technologies and explore the business case and market realities of building out next generation wireless broadband infrastructure.
  • Georgetown McDonough Announces New Faculty Chair

    A new endowed faculty chair at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business will assist the school in its goal to retain the world’s best faculty by recognizing their contributions to the school and providing additional resources to support their work.

  • Young Women's International Leadership Summit To Be Held at Georgetown McDonough School of Business June 17-21

    Twenty-six outstanding young women leaders, ages 15-23, from 21 countries will attend the week-long iLive2Lead (iL2L) 2013 Young Women’s International Leadership Summit in Washington, D.C., to learn leadership skills and develop social entrepreneurship action plans through an intensive program targeted to adolescent women.