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Georgetown McDonough Student Government Association Launches Research Bites Series

first_img regions: Washington, DC RelatedMcDonough Hosts Annual International FestivalMcDonough School of Business MBAs and faculty gathered in Fisher Colloquium for the school’s annual International Festival. Hosted by the MBA Student Government Association (SGA), the event showcases many of the international cultures represented at Georgetown McDonough. Sam Chen (M ’15), vice president of international students in the MBA SGA,…December 17, 2014In “Featured Home”Georgetown McDonough MBAs Head to Mexico to VolunteerWhile most MBA students enjoyed some rest and relaxation during their fall breaks, a group of six full-time and Evening MBAs from the Georgetown University McDonough School of Business traveled south of the border. The students visited the historic city of San Miguel de Allende to volunteer at Centro Infantil…November 14, 2017In “Featured Region”5 Questions with the MBA Admissions Team at UIC Liautaud Graduate School of BusinessIn our latest installment of the MetroMBA “5 Questions” series, we speak with Alanna O’Connor, Assistant Dean for Student Recruitment for the Full-Time MBA Program at the University of Illinois at Chicago Liautaud Graduate School of Business. O’Connor talks about the many new opportunities, programs, and events taking place at…April 22, 2019In “Admissions Tips” Georgetown McDonough Student Government Association Launches Research Bites Series According to McDonough, the MBA SGA serves the student body of Georgetown’s MBA program and is the primary interface between the student body and the faculty and administration. The SGA plans social events and boosts alumni relations, such as Thursday kegs, outings to local sporting events, and fall and spring formals. The SGA is also responsible for major student organization decisions, management of finances, and implementation of new and existing policies or initiatives. You can learn more about the McDonough MBA Student Government Association here. Last Updated Oct 17, 2017 by Max PulciniFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail For those wondering why speaking events don’t serve more food, you aren’t alone. At least, it seems the McDonough School of Business Student Government Association (SGA) picked up the idea, launching the Research Bites “lunch-and-learn” series late last month.The series, running until November 20, and highlights faculty research over five unique events. During each Research Bites session, a different faculty member will give a one-hour presentation about their life in academia and how their research impacts business. Gabe Nelson, MBA ’18, Vice President of curriculum for the SGA, wanted to recruit faculty members who were familiar to the student body. He reached out to professors who taught core classes and had interesting research experiences to drum up interest. Nelson says he hopes the series will “give students valuable insights that can help their careers in tangible ways” and “build faculty-student relationships.”The first Research Bite took place on September 18 and featured Associate Professor of Strategy Chris Rider. He expanded on the effectiveness of the NFL’s Rooney Rule, which is the league policy that requires all teams to interview minority candidates for head coaching positions. According to the press release, about 50 students attended the first event. Other faculty members set to participate in the series include:Debora Thompson, Associate Professor of MarketingPaul Almeida, Dean and William R. Berkley ChairJason Schloetzer, Associate Professor of AccountingAllison Koester, Assistant Professor of Accounting About the AuthorMax PulciniMax Pulcini is a Philadelphia-based writer and reporter. He has an affinity for Philly sports teams, Super Smash Bros. and cured meats and cheeses. Max has written for Philadelphia-based publications such as Spirit News, Philadelphia City Paper, and Billy Penn, as well as national news outlets like The Daily Beast.View more posts by Max Pulcini last_img read more

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