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Sea World, Humane Society CEOs Discuss Values and Importance of Dialog with GSEI
Two self-professed animal lovers – Joel Manby, president and CEO of SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment, and Wayne Pacelle, president and CEO of The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) – joined...
Ocean's Panel
"Our Ocean, One Future" Summit Energizes Georgetown Students

 

By Francoise Farrell (C'18) and Mary Troxel (C'18), Co-Presidents, Georgetown Sustainable Ocean's Alliance.

In Gaston Hall on September 16th, Susana...

Pak
McDonough MBAs Drawn to Impact Careers

(above) Pak Aranyawat (MBA '17), a GSEI student leader, visited cultural treasures while interning at the National Microfinance Bank of Jordan.

By Natalia Rankine-Galloway,...

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Sophie Byun (MBA '17) at the World Business Council for Sustainable Development

 

”I reviewed dozens of the WBCSD member companies’ CSR reports and, after statistical analysis, determined that the effectiveness of corporate non-financial reporting is...

Yi Sun
Yi Sun (MBA' 16) at the World Business Council for Sustainable Development

 

“I worked on two closely related projects with the WBCSD Geneva team and external partners which mapped innovative climate investments to showcase best practices.”

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Patrick Lane
Patrick Lane (MBA'16) at the World Business Council for Sustainable Development

 

“I had the opportunity to create a process that applies the value-chain analysis to the life-cycle of an employee in an effort to present opportunities for companies to...

Miguel CuUnjieng
Alumni Highlight: MBA Alumnus Named to 30 Under 30 in Sustainable Business

Though Miguel CuUnjieng (MBA’15) found the news of his being named to the GreenBiz 30 Under 30 list of corporate sustainability...

4 Obstacles on the Way to a Circular Economy
An op-ed co-authored by Vishal Agrawal, assistant professor of operations and information management: The concept of circular economy is a grand, sweeping vision, which we hope will lead to better...
Panelists Speak to Students about Hunger Relief and Corporate Social Responsibility
McDonough to Offer Scholarships to Returned Peace Corps Volunteers Pursuing an MBA
The Peace Corps has selected Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business to join a fellowship program that provides financial support to returned Peace Corps volunteers pursuing graduate...
Helping People Over 50 Keep Unexpected Expenses From Becoming a Crisis
Nearly half of Americans (47 percent) lack the ability to pay for an unexpected $400 expense, according to the Federal Reserve Board’s Report on the Economic Well-Being of U.S. Households in 2014....
How Will Housing for Grown-Ups Change?
America’s demographics are changing. Currently, about 13 percent of the population is over 65, and, due to increasing longevity, 18 percent are expected to be 65+ by 2030, according to the Pew...
Student pitching at A Forces for Good
Students Pitch Social Ventures at “Entrepreneurship: A Force for Good”

Students from across Georgetown University gathered to share their socially conscious business ideas at “Entrepreneurship: A Force for Good” on Feb. 18 at the university’s McDonough School of...

Bill Novelli
Trends in Partnerships

Speech by Bill Novelli, McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University

2016 Points of Light Corporate Service Counsel: Social Capital Conference

Change is...

2016 Annual Peter Benchley™ Ocean Award Winners Announced
Often called the ‘Academy Awards for the Ocean,’ the Peter Benchley Ocean Awards will honor a diverse group of eight ocean leaders including the President of Palau, a New York Times investigative...
The Un-valuable Chain

Aerial View of America

By Sarah Mintz (MA’14)

Flying over Africa, vast expanses of open land cradle small stenciled shapes, as if scrawled out sporadically by a...

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