Press Release Archive

  • Dress for Success

    MBAs Dress for Success

    MBA Evening Program Brings Professional Dressing Expert to McDonough

  • International Festival

    MBA Students Celebrate Cultures At International Festival

    The MBA Student Government Association (SGA) hosted its second-annual international festival Saturday, Dec. 3, 2011 at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business.

  • 2012 Commencement Dates Announced

    Thursday, May 17, 2012
    2 p.m. Senior Convocation, McDonough Arena

  • New Global Undergraduate Student Group Launched

    Undergraduate students launched a new group on campus in the fall. The McDonough Global Student Association (MGSA) – the first international business student group – held its inaugural event on November 28. Norean Sharpe, senior associate dean, and Ricardo Ernst, professor of operations and information management, delivered remarks to undergraduate students, faculty, and staff as well as representatives from the Office of International Programs and Career Education Center.

  • MBAs at Verizon Center

    MBAs Learn About Sports Management at Verizon Center

    The Georgetown MBA Operations and Management Association visited the Verizon Center on December 9 to participate in a discussion of sports management, operations, branding, and marketing, and received a behind-the-scenes operations tour of the Verizon Center. They were hosted by Georgetown University Sports Industry Management faculty member Greg Bibb and alumna LaRhonda Lombardi of the Washington Wizards/Mystics.

  • Freshmen Participate in First Year Seminar Case Competition

    First year McDonough School of Business undergraduates recently completed the First Year Seminar case competition, titled International Business, Public Policy, and Society. Students were tasked with investigating and proposing a solution to a challenge from a the non-profit organization One Global Economy, which provides technical and informational assistance and access through social network and media sites worldwide – particularly in emerging markets.

  • World's Largest Bank Partners with Executive Education

    Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business recently finalized an agreement with the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) to conduct a 10-month executive education program for 24 senior ICBC executives. The program will focus on finance and also will include courses in accounting, organizational behavior, strategy, and marketing. Professor Allan Eberhart will be the academic director for the ICBC program.

  • Tinsley and Dillon-Merrill Article Selected as Top Paper by Journal

      
    Cathy Tinsley
  • Sustainability Conference

    Undergrads Present at Sustainability Conference

     Five Georgetown McDonough School of Business undergraduates recently presented at the Corporate & College Collaborative for Sustainability conference hosted by The College of William & Mary’s Mason School of Business in Williamsburg, Va. The conference is designed to connect today's leaders in business and sustainability with student and faculty leaders on college campuses. Georgetown was one of 12 schools represented at the conference.

  • Georgetown McDonough Hosts Global Entrepreneurship Week D.C. Kick-Off

    On November 14, the Entrepreneurship Initiative at Georgetown's McDonough School of Business hosted "Unleashing Ideas," the Washington, D.C., kick-off event for Global Entrepreneurship week.

  • Startup Weekend a Big Success for McDonough Entrepreneurs

    After spending 54 non-stop hours working on an app to help students manage their courses and schedules, a team of entrepreneurs including MBA student Kevin Bergen and junior Carlos Cheung from Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business took first place at Startup Weekend Washington DC EDU, held in the Hariri Building at Georgetown.  

  • MBA Students Use Video Conferencing in Job Search

    Nine Georgetown MBA students recently gathered in a room in the MBA Career Center to meet with representatives of the Asian Development Bank in Manila. The students patiently waited for the employees of the bank to arrive, which they did – virtually by video conference. The bankers were calling in 12 time zones away.

  • James Angel

    SEC Should Outsource RIA Examinations, According to Study by James Angel

    Results Include More Frequent Examinations and Better Resource Utilization

    The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission should outsource routine examinations of investment advisors, suggests James J. Angel, associate professor of finance at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, in a new study on the regulation of these advisors.

  • Movember MBA Team

    Georgetown “Movember” Team Raises Nearly $27,000 for Men’s Health Initiatives

    Throughout November, a team of MBA students from Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business sported mustaches for “Movember,” a global movement to raise awareness and money to support men’s cancer initiatives. In the end, the approximately 60 participants – including McDonough Dean David Thomas – and their women fundraising partners collected $26,841 for the cause.

  • MBA Veteran-Students Share Their War Stories

    “I am going to die if they can’t move me,” recounted Mark Wise, one of five Georgetown MBA students to share his “war story” at an event sponsored by the McDonough Military Association (MMA) on November 17, 2011.