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The responsibility of curriculum and campus internationalization does not rest solely on the faculty nor on the administration; rather internationalization should be defined, reinforced, and supported through a dialogue among faculty, administrators, and staff who are responsible for fostering, encouraging, and implementing global learning, research, and teaching on campuses.
If you are faculty, staff, or administrator from a public or private university, research or liberal arts institute, community college, HBCU, TCCU, HSI and any other, by participating in this institute you will:
•Learn how to internationalize your curriculum and campus
•Understand comprehensive internationalization and the importance of collaboration and dialogue
•Identify innovative pedagogies, technologies, and best practices
•Explore the teaching and assessment of global learning objectives
•Examine strategic planning and measurements of institutional success
•Become a member of a network of international educators and administrators and much more...
Learn more at: http://www.indiana.edu/~global/icci/index.php. Or register at: http://www.indiana.edu/~global/icci/registration.php.Link: http://www.indiana.edu/~global/icci/index.php
The 9th annual FDIB-Africa program, tentatively scheduled to be conducted in South Africa, Zambia and Botswana, will once again combine over two dozen business visits, cultural experiences and academic visits and lectures over 14 days, to initiate and/or enhance faculty awareness and insight in the business, academic and cultural world of sub-Saharan Africa. Business and academic visits will include: Stellenbosch University, Wits University; U.S. Embassy and U.S. Consulate, South Africa; Boschendal Vineyards, NGOs, Standard Bank, Export Processing Zone, Industrial Development Corporation, Massmart, Women's Entrepreneurship Program, Victoria Falls, Chobe National Park, Cape of Good Hope, and city tours of Livingston, Zambia; Cape Town, South Africa; and Kasane, Botswana.Link: http://www.moore.sc.edu
Annual NAFSA Conference, Boston, MALink: http://www.nafsa.org/Attend_Events/Annual_Conference
The 11th Biennial International Business Institute for Community College Faculty is a unique professional development program designed specifically for community and technical college faculty. The aim of the Institute is to provide participants with the knowledge, experience and resources they need to internationalize general business courses and/or develop specialized international business courses at the two-year college level.Link: http://global.broad.msu.edu/ibi/2015
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FACULTY DEVELOPMENT IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS – GLOBALIZATION WORKSHOPS
Offered by the CIBER Consortium - Atlanta, GA., June 4-7, 2015
Georgia State University’s Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) is pleased to announce the 2015 Faculty Development in International Business - Globalization Workshops, to be held June 4-7, 2015 at GSU’s Buckhead Center, a state-of-the-art conference facility located in Atlanta, Georgia.
Held since 1992 (in Memphis) by a consortium of CIBERs (Centers of Excellence designated by the U.S. Department of Education), Globalization Workshops have trained over 1,000 faculty from around the U.S. and other countries. The workshops are designed to help business faculty bring international context into the classroom and expand their classroom knowledge and skills. The two-day workshops, and respective faculty leaders, are:
• Introduction to International Business ( Michael Pustay & Attila Yaprak)-
• International Management (Ben Kedia & Leigh Anne Liu)
• International Financial Management (Hakan Saraoglu)
• Global Supply Chain Management (Tomas Hult & Ernie Nichols)
• International Marketing (Erin Cavusgil & Seyda Deligonul)
Each of these workshops is taught by world-class educators in international business. They incorporate content, pedagogy, and resources for teaching the respective courses. They are also designed to facilitate open dialogue among educators who share teaching interests.
In addition to these two-day workshops, participants have the opportunity to select from one or more of three-hour bonus sessions on:
• Research in international business (Tamer Cavusgil & Seyda Deligonul)
• Teaching pedagogy (Roberto Garcia & Mourad Dakhli)
• Case writing for international business (Attila Yaprak)
• Tools for Cultural Learning in Study Abroad-Cultural Analysis Toolkit (Deirdre Mendez)
For early arriving participants, cultural experiences include visits to The World of Coca-Cola and the world-renown Georgia Aquarium. For complete descriptions, costs, and registration information, please visit:
http://ciber.robinson.gsu.edu/updates-events/fdib/ You can also contact: Dawn Foster, Managing Director, GSU-CIBER, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 2015 Faculty Development in International Business Globalization Workshops are a project of the a Minority Serving Institution (MSI) Consortium, hosted by GSU-CIBER and sponsored by CIBERs at Brigham Young University, George Washington University, Indiana University, Michigan State University, Temple University, Texas A&M University, University of Colorado-Denver, University of Maryland, University of Miami, and the University of Texas Austin.
An annual international business faculty development seminar series hosted by the University of South Carolina CIBER in Columbia, South Carolina (scheduled for the brand new Darla Moore School of Business), is now in its 27th consecutive year. The week-long seminars—Survey of International Business, International Management, International Marketing, International Financial Management and Global Operations and Supply Chain Management—are designed for faculty who desire to teach or who are already teaching international business courses, providing them with current techniques and expertise to further globalize their business courses. There may be CIBER Scholarships available for these seminars to the first 40 registered participants who request them, usually for $500. Minority Serving Institutions (MS) faculty are also eligible for a larger scholarship stipend, usually $1,000 per participant.Location: Columbia, SC
This faculty development workshop is designed to equip international business educators with an in-depth understanding of how institutions shape the strategies that firms employ and the actions that managers take in developing and emerging countries. Explore how weak institutions create particular challenges, such as corruption, political risk, regulatory obstacles, social divisions, and civil strife - and the ways firms and managers can cope with these issues. Examine how non-governmental organizations (NGOs), social entrepreneurs, diaspora communities, and multilateral organizations strive to strengthen institutions in these markets and how these new institutional forms affect firms and managers.Link: http://business.gwu.edu/CIBER/FDIB
Annual Conference of the Academy of International Business (AIB); the leading association of scholars and specialists in the field of international business. The 2015 meeting will be held in Bengaluru, India on June 27-30, 2015. AIB's host school will be Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore (IIMB).Link: http://aib.msu.edu/events/2015/