China Faculty Development in International Business Program - CU Denver CIBER’s January 2014 China FDIB program will focus on new developments in China’s Five Year Plan, approved March 14, 2011 by the PRC National People’s Congress. The Plan depends on massive infrastructure projects and export driven growth as primary models and calls for GDP annual growth of 7%. But is also turns its attention to “quality growth” and a focus on the individual. Hosted by UC Denver CIBER and co-sponsored by several other CIBERs plus Morehouse University.
Globalization of Services - a conference for faculty to explore the rising sophistication of offshored service work and the continued speed with which offshoring is growing, hosted by UC Denver CIBER and Stanford University Asia-Pacific Research Center. Date information will be forthcoming.
Middle East North Africa Faculty Development in International Business Program - a program for faculty to discover the business challenges of the MENA region, co-hosted by CIBERs at University of South Carolina, Brigham Young University, Temple University and the University of Colorado Denver.
International Entrepreneurship Faculty Development Program - a June 30 - July 3, 2013 program is being planned in Istanbul, Turkey for international business and entrepreneurship faculty to develop a course in international entrepreneurship, globalize their entrepreneurship course, teach the international business course from an entrepreneurial perspective or conduct research in international entrepreneurship, and for directors of entrepreneurship centers who wish to internationalize their programs, hosted by UC Denver CIBER and Özyeğin University. Please contact Melanie Ellison for further information.
Rocky Mountain CIBER Network Conference - the next conference is in the planning stages. Information will be forthcoming. A conference for faculty from Rocky Mountain region colleges and universities to build their international business programs and research capabilities, co-sponsored by UC Denver and Brigham Young University CIBERs.