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University of Colorado Denver

Institute for International Business
 

Research/Course Development Grants

For Rocky Mountain CIBER Faculty


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Each academic year, limited faculty grants are awarded through the Rocky Mountain CIBER by the US Department of Education for research projects, case studies, instructional innovations and/or curriculum development. Grants are typically $1500 provided by RMCIBER with a $1500 match provided by the member school. Successful abstracts may be included on the RMCIBER, BYU and/or UC Denver CIBER websites and presented at a Rocky Mountain CIBER conference.

Past recipients are:

Year RMCIBER School Grant Recipient Project
2010 Metropolitan State College of Denver Juan Dempere, Asst. Professor Finance Carbon Finance
2010 Metropolitan State College of Denver Nina Radojevich-Kelley, Asst. Professor, Management An Examination of Family Owned Businesses in Emerging Markets
2010 Montana State University Billings Timothy Wilkinson, Professor Marketing Doubling US Exports
2010 Utah State University Daniel Holland, Asst. Professor Entrepreneurship Small Enterprise Education and Development
2010 University of Northern Colorado Joseph French, Asst. Professor Finance Dynamics and Determinants of US Institutional Equity Flows to Brazil
2009 Community College of Denver Allana Farley, Adjunct Faculty, Business Global Trade/International Logistics Certificate
2009 University of Nevada Las Vegas John Puthenpurackal, Assoc Prof, Finance The Rise and Fall of Satyam Computers Ltd. Case Study
2009 University of Nevada Las Vegas Michael Sullivan, Prof, Finance Corporate Governance, Ownership Structure and the Pay-Performance Relationship in Thailand
 
2008 University of Nevada Las Vegas Chin-Chun Hsu (Vincent), Asst Prof, IB Foreign Market Expansion Behavior of International SMEs from Emerging Markets
 
2007 Utah State University John Gilbert, Assoc Prof An Online Resource for International Trade Simulations
2007 Utah State University Stacey Barlow Hills, Asst Prof, Marketing Developing an Applied International Marketing Research Course
 
2006 University of Nevada Las Vegas Pui Wan Lee (Ruby), Asst Prof, Marketing Multinational Firms with Subsidiaries in China
 
2004 University of Utah Kun Liu, PhD Student, Management A Search for Problems and Solutions in International Alliances
 
2004 University of Nevada Las Vegas Chin-Chun Hsu, Asst Prof, IB An Empirical Study of Internationalization Strategy of the Multinational Enterprises
 
2004 Utah Valley University David McArthur, Asst Prof, IB and Strategy A theory of international technology transfer: Completing the loop by examining the process in foreign technology-receiving firms

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