MSB ranked 35th most socially responsible business school by Aspen Institute

The Aspen Institute recently released its biannual “Beyond Grey Pinstripes” ranking of business schools that do the best job of integrating social and environmental issues into their curriculum, and Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business came in a very… Read More

AOL Exec, Capitals owner Ted Leonsis (COL ’77) approves of the new MSB building

Awed by the new, clean, and oh-so-shiny new MSB Building? So was Ted Leonsis (COL `77), AOL executive and owner of the Washington Capitols, when he visited the building last Monday. On his blog, Ted’s Take, Leonsis raved… Read More

Georgetown MSB building named after murdered Lebanese PM Rafik Hariri

An e-mail from President John DeGioia this afternoon settled the mystery of who the new MBS building would be named after: Rafik Hariri, the Lebanese Prime Minister assassinated in 2005. Hariri’s son and new Lebanese Prime Minister Saad… Read More

A sneak peak at the new MSB building

Construction is finally done on the MSB building and it’s open for business. So, how does it look? Here are some shots Vox took:

US News’ grad school rankings put GU Law at 14, MSB at 19, Med Center at 39

14! U.S. News and World Report just released it’s annual rankings of Graduate programs and it looks like Georgetown’s doing pretty well for itself. From the golden child of GU’s grad programs, Georgetown Law, which ranked 14 (same… Read More

Faculty, MSB left out of Gmail switch

Faculty and staff won’t be part of Georgetown’s switch to Google Apps, according to UIS Director Beth Ann Bergsmark. They’ll be getting new GUMail accounts with 250 megabytes of storage instead. The MSB is also left out, at… Read More

MSB kids look for boring jobs, Georgetown mourns newly poor alums

After the bailouts of Lehman Brother, AIG, and everyone else, Business School upperclassmen might be a little worried about future job prospects.  According to Businessweek, former financial titans like JP Morgan, Lehman Brothers, Morgan Stanley, and Bear Stearns… Read More