MBA Students, Faculty Honored at Year-End Awards Ceremony
The Georgetown McDonough School of Business MBA Program recently celebrated the end of the 2017-18 academic year with an awards ceremony to recognize the accomplishments of students, faculty, and staff.
The following individuals were recognized:
Daniel Walker McNeal Award
For best exemplifying the finest characteristics of a successful Georgetown MBA
Katherine Machiko Miyamasu
MBA Excellence in Teaching Award
For excellence in teaching both in and out of the classroom and exemplifying a true commitment to student learning
Victor Jose, Associate Professor of Operations and Information Management
Ken Homa, Distinguished Teaching Professor
Ronald L. Smith Distinguished Service Award
For distinguishing herself in service to the MBA class by going above and beyond to support student academic success
Lauren Gagliardi, Associate Director, MBA Program Office
Outstanding Student Organization Award
For providing its members and the McDonough community with exemplary events and service throughout the year
McDonough Military Association
Dean’s Citation Award for Service
For outstanding contributions to the Class of 2018, the McDonough School of Business, and Georgetown University
For fostering a culture that embraces and rewards community service by completing over 100 hours community service between new student orientation and April of their final year.
A total of 203 graduating MBA students submitted community service hours for a total of 4,764 hours logged by the Full-time and Evening MBA classes of 2018. Of those hours, two-thirds were completed by Community Fellows.