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Georgetown McDonough Announces Commencement Speakers

LivingSocial CEO and Co-founder Tim O'Shaughnessy and Global CEO of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited Barry Salzberg will speak at the undergraduate and graduate commencement ceremonies for Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business.

MBA Students Share Innovations with Metrobus During Case Competition

The inaugural MBA Innovation Case Competition, "Designing a Better Community for Washington, D.C.," was hosted by the Georgetown University Technology, Innovation, and Design Graduate Association on April 20, 2012. The competition was created by Georgetown MBA students interested in taking a real business problem and exploring business solutions through the design and innovation lens. The case focused on how to overcome barriers of use of the Metrobus system in Washington, Virginia, and Maryland.

Past the Crossroads: New Avenues for Business Education

Alfons Sauquet, dean of ESADE Business School, and David Thomas, dean of Georgetown's McDonough School of Business, discussed the future of business education at an event at ESADE in Madrid, Spain, on Thursday, May 3.

Global Impact Economy Forum With
U.S. State Department

On April 26, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton convened the first-ever Global Impact Economy Forum at the Department of State. The program continued on April 27 at Georgetown McDonough, hosted by the school's Global Social Enterprise Initiative. The forum brought together high-level investors, business executives, entrepreneurs, philanthropists, academics, and U.S. government leaders. (Shown above: Raj Shah, administrator, U.S. Agency for International Development).

Register Now for Reunion 2012, June 1 - 2

Events scheduled for Friday, June 1, include the all-class Gala Open House for all business alumni, family members, and guests. Afterward, MBA, EMBA, and EML alumni from 1987, 1992, 1997, 2002, and 2007, and undergraduate alumni from 2002 and 2007 may attend their private Milestone Class Party. Also on Friday, the MBA Career Center will have open office hours, and there will be tours of the Rafik B. Hariri Building, home of the McDonough School of Business. On June 2, activities include building tours, our family-friendly "Picnic on the Plaza with Professors," a faculty panel presentation, and the 2012 Alumni Reunion signature event: the Milestone Gala Celebration featuring the Dean's Reception, dinner, desserts, and dancing!

McDonough Facebook Digital Yearbook Debuts

We fondly think of our Georgetown McDonough alumni and get a bit nostalgic, especially around graduation. To honor our alumni, we have created a multi-year digital yearbook on our Facebook page. Use the timeline feature to navigate to the years you were on campus. Look for your friends, family, colleagues, and yourself in the albums for each year! Feel free to tag the photos. And if you have more photos for us to add to our digital yearbook, please send them along and we will post them.



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EMBA Program:
Application Deadline: May 31

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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