Georgetown MBA Program Hires 5 New Professors

Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business announced last week that it has added five new full-time professors to the school’s faculty. They begin teaching at the school in August.

“With a range of experience and expertise, each of these professors will enhance the classroom experiences of our students,” said George Daly, dean of the business school.

“With research interests in such areas as operations, employee behavior, capital structure and debt, and pricing strategies, these new faculty members also will contribute to the depth of research conducted by our already outstanding faculty.”

The new hires include Vishal Agrawal, assistant professor of operations and information management; Christine Porath, assistant professor of management; Luc Wathieu, visiting associate professor of marketing; Stephen Weymouth, assistant professor of strategy; and Jie Yang, assistant professor of finance.

To read more on the backgrounds of each of these new professors, follow this link.

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