John Mayo was appointed the Elsa Carlson McDonough Chair of Business Administration based on the strength of his record of research and his intellectual leadership at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business.
The Committee on Small Business Subcommittee on Economic Growth, Tax, and Capital Access and the Subcommittee on Agriculture, Energy, and Trade met for a joint hearing titled, 'Investing in Rural America' on Tuesday, July 24. Matthew M. McKenna, executive in residence of the Global Social Enterprise Initiative's Rural Opportunity Initiative, served as a witness.
Georgetown McDonough is adding greater flexibility to its part-time MBA with innovations in the use of technology, delivery of courses, and adjustable duration to ensure working professionals can better balance their career commitments with their personal commitments.
Meet Amie Fleming (MBA’19), Summer Consultant, Business Plan Internship, National Park Service, who is spending her summer at the Grand Canyon evaluating commercial backpacking trends and running into elk along the South Rim.
The Financial Times has named the Georgetown McDonough MBA program 19th in the United States and 39th in the world in its annual Best MBAs for Entrepreneurship ranking. Georgetown also is1st in the world for the extent to which the business school helped entrepreneurs recruit key staff.
Georgetown McDonough recently earned two places on the Economist’s 2018 Executive MBA rankings. The Global Executive MBA is 11th in the world, and the Executive MBA is 18th in the United States and 32nd in the world.
Anne Botos (B’20), Sarah Pavlak (B’19), and Suraag Srinivas (SFS’20) won the Accenture Innovation Challenge, an elite nationwide case competition, for their proposal for CARE USA. The students received prize money and summer internships with Accenture.
In March, a team of MBA students traveled to Madrid, Spain, as part of their Global Business Experience (GBE) course to work for GRI Renewable Industries, a renewable energy company, on a project that examined a market-entry strategy into the United States.
Debora Thompson, Beyer Family Associate Professor of Marketing, was awarded the 2018 Allan Nash Distinguished Doctoral Alumni Award from the University of Maryland for outstanding research and teaching, as well as service contributions to the field.