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Global Business Initiative
Undergraduate Business Program Achieves High Marks
 Service Leadership
This fall, the Undergraduate Program at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business received accolades from several rankings. The program earned the No. 15 spot in the U.S. News Best Undergraduate Business Programs ranking, also earning the No. 9 position for international business. Business Insider also has ranked Georgetown McDonough the No. 2 undergraduate program in its list of the top U.S. colleges to study business. Finally, Georgetown McDonough undergraduate program was ranked No. 2 on Payscale’s annual College Salary Report for the best schools for business majors.
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Reena Aggarwal
The Summer of Startups
Thirteen teams of Georgetown students and recent graduates who want to launch a new venture participated in the Georgetown Entrepreneurship Initiative’s summer launch program. During the eight-week program, nearly two dozen students and alumni received dedicated support from Georgetown faculty, mentors, and other experienced entrepreneurs; work space in the business school’s Rafik B. Hariri Building on the Georgetown campus; and introductions to local investors and entrepreneurs.
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Congressional Testimony
Office of Professional Development Guides Undergraduates to Careers
A lot can be accomplished in a year. Just ask Rebecca Cassidy, assistant dean and director of the Office of Professional Development at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business. Last fall, she opened the doors to the new office armed with the mission of providing career-related advising and programming specifically for undergraduate students.

Starting with 464 coaching appointments, three career treks, and a Resumania Event, the Undergraduate Program Office is prepared to grow the school’s career programming even more.
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Red Cross CEO Shares Leadership Advice
Former Nasdaq Executive Joins Georgetown's Center for Financial Markets and Policy
John Jacobs, a longtime executive at Nasdaq, is joining the Center for Financial Markets and Policy at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business as a distinguished fellow. In this role, Jacobs will share his expertise as a guest lecturer in the classroom, meet with faculty and students, and serve as a panelist at center events.
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Global Business
Assessing the Economic Benefits and Costs of the FCC’s Imposition of Title II Regulation
A group of prominent economists, including six Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy leaders and scholars, have released an economic policy vignette assessing the economic merits of the Open Internet Order.
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Former Secretary of Labor
Global Executive MBAs Graduate and Launch Philanthropic Effort
To be global leaders, students must immerse themselves into the business cultures of cities around the world. This is the premise of the Georgetown-ESADE Global Executive MBA (GEMBA) program, which recently graduated 35 students who spent the last 14 months studying the intricacies of global business and geopolitics on four continents. The students also launched a philanthropic initiative -- the GEMBA Legacy project – to support underprivileged students in Colombia.
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BA Legend Shaquille O’Neal Holds Court at McDonough
David Crowley Named 2015 McGowan Fellow
The William G. McGowan Charitable Fund has announced the 10 recipients of its 2015 fellowship awards. David Crowley, a second-year MBA student, was selected from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. The fellowships recognize second-year MBA students who show outstanding leadership ability, as well as strong dedication to ethics and community service. They also must be in the top 10 percent of their class.
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Upcoming Events

McDonough School of Business/INSEAD Reception Convocation September 10

Conference on Financial Markets Quality September 17

Graduate Business Reunion October 16-18

Lynne Greene, Group President, Estée Lauder Companies October 19

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