Douglas McCabe, Ph.D.
Douglas M. McCabe, a native of Chicago, received his B.A. Magna Cum Laude in 1971 from Marquette University where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He then earned his M.S. from Loyola University Chicago in 1973 and his PhD. in industrial and labor relations from Cornell University in 1977. In 1982, he was promoted to Associate Professor with tenure in the School of business. He holds the distinction of being the youngest person in the history of the school to date to receive that promotion. In 1990, he also achieved the distinction of becoming the youngest Full Professor in the history of the school to come up through the ranks.
Dr. McCabe is the author of more than two hundred articles, monographs, papers, and presentations delivered at scholarly and professional meetings in the area of employee relations, and he has appeared more than one hundred twenty-five times on international, national and local television and radio programs as the major networks have sought his views on critical issues. his current research focuses on organizational due process, grievance procedures and systems, and ethical and international issues in employee rights.
During the past twenty years at Georgetown, he has served as President of the Georgetown University chapter of Phi Beta Kappa and he has been the recipient of The Joseph F. LeMoine Award for Undergraduate and Graduate Teaching Excellence in the school of Business. he currently resides in Potomac, Maryland with his wife, Caroline. Their hobbies include, among others, extensive international travel.