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Professors Present Research on Broadband Technology in Rural Areas

Georgetown McDonough faculty members John Mayo and Jeffrey Macher discussed "Achieving Rural Universal Service in a Broadband Era: Emergent Evidence from the Evolution of Telephone Demand" at a luncheon on Capitol Hill Oct. 14, hosted by the school's Center for Business and Public Policy. [READ MORE]

Army Physician Who Treated Captured Saddam Hussein Discusses Service Oct.19

Dr. Sudip Bose, the physician who treated Saddam Hussein after his capture in December 2003, will discuss "The Battle Continues: Lessons Learned in Combat and How to Apply Them to Everyday Life," Wed., Oct. 19, at 5 p.m. in the Hariri Building's Fisher Colloquim. [READ MORE]

MBA Students Travel and Network During Career Treks

During a week-long break between courses this month, MBA students will be traveling in the United States, Dubai, Hong Kong, and Madrid to network and learn more about specific industries during the school's Career Treks.

Attracting, Retaining, and Training Your Team, Nov. 15

The Office of Executive Education is hosting this professional development showcase, which is geared toward the top human resources managers in the DC Metro Area to highlight the latest trends in workforce management. The event will feature remarks by faculty members Paul Almeida, Brooks Holtom, and Christine Porath.

Global Engagement Course Launches Executive Development Programs

On Nov. 30, the three-day "Global Engagement: Non-market Strategy and International Business" course launches the Georgetown McDonough Executive Development series. This course provides executives, diplomats, and non-governmental leaders with an in-depth approach to creating, influencing, and executing non-market strategy in the global economy. [READ MORE]



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Upcoming Events:

  • Oct. 19, 2011
  • Dr. Sudip Bose, "The Battle Continues: Lessons Learned in Combat and How to Apply Them to Everday Life" [RSVP]

  • Oct. 25, 2011
  • Study Break with U.S. Olympic Athletes
    4 p.m., Fisher Colloquium

Online Store Open for Business

The Georgetown University McDonough School of Business online store has opened for business. Shop for apparel featuring the school logo or purchase gifts for alumni, students, and friends. A portion of all proceeds benefit the MBA Student Government Association. [VISIT SITE]

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Upcoming Admissions Events & Deadlines

Full-time MBA Program:
Application Deadlines: Jan. 5, and April 1

MBA Evening Program:
Application Deadlines: Jan. 15 and April 15

EMBA Application Deadlines:

Dec. 15, March 1, May 31
EML Application Deadlines:
Dec. 1 and Jan. 15

Georgetown-ESADE GEMBA Application Deadlines:
Nov. 30 and Feb. 15

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