CIBER announces faculty development programs

The UW-Madison Center for International Business Education and Research announces two Faculty Development in International Business (FDIB) programs to Vietnam and China this January, as well as sponsorship opportunities for both.

Southeast Asia Faculty Development in International Business: Vietnam

Developed and hosted by the CIBERs at UW-Madison and the University of Hawaii. Dates: Jan. 2-14, 2012 (Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi). These dates include travel time to and from Asia.

The Wisconsin CIBER will pay the $2,750 registration fee for up to three faculty or lecturers to participate in this program. Participants are responsible for their own round-trip airfare between the U.S. and Asia and incidentals. Applications for funding are due by Friday, Sept. 30 (9 a.m. CDT). To apply for funding, send an abbreviated CV and a cover letter (email is fine) explaining in 200-250 words your interest in the program and how its content might benefit your teaching and/or research to Susan Huber Miller, CIBER managing director, at shubermiller@bus.wisc.edu.

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China: A New Phase in Economic Growth and Development

Developed and hosted by the University of Colorado Denver CIBER and co-sponsored by the Wisconsin CIBER. Dates: Jan. 1-11, 2012 in Shanghai, Hangzhou and Chengdu.

The Wisconsin CIBER will pay the $2,900 registration fee for one faculty member or lecturer to participate in this program. The fee does not include airfare to and from Asia, incidental expenses and a few meals. To apply for funding, send an abbreviated CV and a cover letter (email is fine) explaining in 200-250 words your interest in the program and how its content might benefit your teaching and/or research to Susan Huber Miller, CIBER managing director, at shubermiller@bus.wisc.edu.

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