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Dean Thomas is often asked to speak to students, faculty, staff, alumni, and business leaders on a variety of topics. Below are some of those remarks.

  • State of the School 2015 / 2016

    On August 24, 2015, Dean Thomas, Chief Operating Officer Linn Deavers, Deputy Dean Luc Wathieu, and Senior Associate Deans  Norean Sharpe, Prashant Malaviya, and Paul Almeida presented at the annual State of the School event.

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  • Diversity Dialogue Conference

    Dean Thomas addresses attendees at the Diversity Dialogue Conference on January 24, 2014.

  • Social Values on the Curriculum

    Business students are demanding more training to prepare them for roles which consider social values. Dean Thomas tells Della Bradshaw that many graduates will now work in a new regulatory environment with increased emphasis on corporate social responsibility.

  • 2013 State of the School Address

    In 2013, Dean Thomas invited Deputy Dean Luc Wathieu and Senior Associate Deans Paul Almeida, Elaine Romanelli, and Norean Sharpe joined him in providing updates about the school.

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  • 2012 State of the School Address

    After his first year on the job, Dean Thomas looks back at the 2011-12 academic year.

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  • MSB Dean David Thomas on Strategic Priorities

    A recognized thought leader in organizational behavior and strategic human resource management, Dr. Thomas' research focuses on issues related to executive development, cultural diversity in organizations, leadership, and organizational change.

  • 2011 State of the School Address

    Just weeks after joining Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business, Dean Thomas delivers his first remarks to the school for the annual State of the School address.

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  • The Neuroscience of Managing Difference

    Dean Thomas and William R. Berkley, Chair of the McDonough School of Business, stepped into the classroom to discuss "The Neuroscience of Managing Differences," with 250 MBA Evening Program students. As part of the 2012 Leadership Residency, the March 8 session gave students new way to think about how they make decisions and how they lead organizations.