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Morning and Night People More Ethical at Different Times of Day

Sunita Sah.
When hiring new talent, employers consider candidates’ ethicality as one of the most attractive and desirable qualities. However, managers often fail to realize that an individual’s ethicality can depend on the time of day, which is highlighted in new research by Assistant Professor Sanita Sah

Upcoming Events

  • September 16, 2014
    Conference on Financial Markets Quality

  • September 24, 2014
    Stanton Distinguished Leaders Series: Olympic Gold Medalist and Gold Cup Champion Goalkeeper Briana Scurry

  • October 17–18, 2014
    Graduate Alumni Reunion Weekend
Fabretto School. MBA students. GEMBA graduates.
Undergraduate Students Assist Student Entrepreneurs in Nicaragua MBA Students Explore Business Topics Through Intensive Learning Experiences Global Executive MBA Students Earn Diplomas

For five weeks Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business undergraduate students Matthew Murphy, Ari Newsome, and Sonya Patel travelled throughout Nicaragua to work with student entrepreneurs enrolled in Fabretto’s Sistema de Aprenizaje Tutorial (Tutorial Learning System) program.

This summer, Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business offered seven Intensive Learning Experiences for Evening MBA students. These courses, which cover topics beyond the school’s core curriculum and other electives, are offered in short time periods.

Forty-two students from 14 countries marked the end of their 14-month journey in the Georgetown-ESADE Global Executive MBA program on Saturday, July 26.

Startup Hoyas. Undergrad student. Brooks Holtom.
Budding Entrepreneurs Share Business Ideas at 1776 Undergraduate Business Program Earns Accolades Career Shocks Influence Millenials' Decision to Attend Grad School
An enterprising and driven group of Georgetown University students and alumni shared their business ideas at 1776 on Wednesday, July 30, as part of the school's summer Startup Program. In a recent Poets & Quants ranking of the top 100 business programs in the United States, the Georgetown University McDonough School of Business Undergraduate Program placed No. 11.

“Even the Best Laid Plans Sometimes Go Askew: Career Self-Management Processes, Career Shocks and the Decision to Pursue Graduate Education." Brooks Holtom and his co-authors investigate what motivates millennials to leave an organization and return to school during the first three years of their career.

Please join us for the chance to stay fit after work with SoulCycle — D.C.’s newest spin studio! 
SoulCycle is one of the newest and fastest growing ways to stay fit combining spinning and weights with music and a motivational instructor. Originating in New York City, SoulCycle is rapidly expanding with studios in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Miami, Dallas, Boston, and their newest studio opening August 1st in D.C.!

Date: Thursday, August 28
Time: 7:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Location: 2301 M St. NW

This event is free to attend, but space is limited. Please RSVP to Evan Piekara (MBA '13) at If needed, he will try to get more bikes for the class.

The Georgetown Energy and Cleantech Club and the Emerging Markets Network will co-host a career day on Friday, October 3
The event will provide Georgetown graduate students with a forum to learn about current trends in energy and emerging/frontier markets, as well as career opportunities in these markets. This daylong event will feature a series of interactive sessions with students, alumni, and industry professionals, as well as networking opportunities.

We are seeking Georgetown alumni with experience in the energy sector and/or emerging markets to serve as panelists. Select panels will focus solely on the energy sector or emerging/frontier market issues, and other panels will overlap. If you have interest in participating in the GECC/EMN Career Day, please email Humphrey Wireko at

Join Georgetown McDonough for Graduate Reunion Weekend on October 17-18! 
We are excited to welcome back the MBA-FT classes of 1984, 1989, 1994, 1999, 2004, 2009; the MBA-EP class of 2009; the EMBA classes of 1999, 2004, 2009; the EML class of 2009; and the GEMBA class of 2009. The Hilltop will be bustling as we share this weekend with the Georgetown Law Reunion and Parent’s Weekend. We hope you can join us to reconnect and celebrate. Register today!

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October 17–18, 2014
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September 16–18, 2014
Leading Change in Government Executive Certificate Course

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