China Faculty Development in International Business Program - CU Denver CIBER’s January 2019 China FDIB program will examine China’s Belt and Road Initiative, tentative visits include: Shanghai, Hangzhou, Chengdu, Dunhuang, and Hong Kong. How will OBOR create connectivity and cooperation among China and as many as 70 countries in Eurasia, Oceania, and East Africa? How will it open new markets and sources of supply and raw materials for Chinese companies? What roles will the Chinese government in general and the Silk Road Fund and Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank in particular play in financing the massive projects under OBOR? How will OBOR influence and impact the competitive positions of China and the United States in the global economy? For more information contact CU Denver CIBER, Ji Chen.
Rocky Mountain CIBER Network – Western Regional CIBER Consortium Conference, New Forces Shaping the Future of International Business Education: Summary - the 10th regional conference was held in Denver, CO on October 27-29, 2016, hosted by CU Denver CIBER and co-sponsored by CIBERs at Brigham Young University, San Diego State University, and the University of Washington.
ASEAN Faculty Development In International Business Program: Summary - CU Denver CIBER hosted a January 5-15, 2016, that focused on the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, one of the most dynamic and important regions in Asia and the world. If it were a single country, ASEAN would be the 7th largest economy in the world with a combined 2014 GDP of more than $2.5 trillion.
Domestic Programs for International Business Education
Programs to Teach Business Language
Overseas Faculty Development Programs
CU Denver Faculty Development Program Summaries
RM/WR CIBER Network Summary - October 17-19, 2013