|FACULTY DEVELOPMENT IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
June 5-8, 2014
Sponsored by CIBERs*
Georgia State University,
Michigan State University, University of Memphis
Center for Global Business, University of Texas at Dallas
*CENTERS FOR INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS EDUCATION & RESEARCH
Designated by the U.S. Department of Education
The CIBER Globalization Seminars are designed to help U.S. business faculty bring international context into the classroom and to expand teaching and research skills.
|INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL
Dr. Michael Pustay, Anderson Clayton Prof. of Business, Texas A&M U.
Dr. Mike W. Peng,
Chair of Global Business Strategy, U. of Texas at Dallas
- Evolution of Global Business
- Foreign Direct Investment and the Multinational Enterprise
- National Trade Policies and the International Trading Regime
- Regional Economic Integration
- The Domestic Environments of International Business
- Strategy and Structure of International Business
- Managing Mergers and Acquisitions Internationally
- Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility
Dr. Lee Radebaugh,
Whitmore Prof. of International Bus., Brigham Young U.
Dr. Carolyn Callahan, KPMG Distinguished Prof. of Accounting, U. of Memphis
1. Development of Accounting Standards Around the World
2. Evolution of International Financial Reporting Standards
3. The IASB and the European Union
4. U.S. Rules-Based vs. Principles-Based Accounting
5. The Future of Convergence
6. Challenges of Multinational Corporations
7. The Role of the Auditor in Performing Global Audit
8. Resources for Teaching International Accounting
Dr. Kirt C. Butler, Associate
Professor of Finance, Michigan State U.
Dr. Hakan Saraoglu, Professor of Finance,
- Currency and Eurocurrency Markets
- Parity Conditions and Real Exchange Rates
- Managing Transaction Exposure
- Managing Operating and Translation Exposures
- Diversification, Asset Pricing, Cost of Capital
- Multinational Capital Budgeting
- Diversification, Asset Pricing, Cost of Capital
- Corporate Governance
|GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
Dr. Tomas Hult,
Professor of International Business, Michigan State U.
Dr. Ernest Nichols, Assoc. Prof., Supply Chain
& Oper. Mgmt, U. of Memphis
- Strategy and Global Supply Chain Management
- globalEDGE™: Your Source for Global Business Knowledge
- Exporting and Tools
- Knowledge and Supply Chain Competitiveness
- Supply Chains and Supply Chain Management
- Key Topics in Supply Chain Management
- Supply Management
- Logistics Management
|Dr. Ben Kedia, Wang Chair
of Excellence in Int'l Business, U. of Memphis
Dr. Roberto Garcia,
Clinical Professor of
Int’l Business, Indiana U.
- Setting the Stage for International Management
- Managing the Global Expansion Process
- Cultural Environment of International Management
- Global Manufacturing Approaches
- International Strategic Alliances
- Competitive Dimensions of International Management
- A Socially Responsible Approach to International Management
- Global Mindset and Global Leadership
|Dr. S. Tamer Cavusgil,
Fuller E. Callaway Prof. Chair, Georgia State U.
Dr. Attila Yaprak, Prof. of Int'l Business and
Marketing, Wayne State U.
- Pedagogy and Resources for Teaching Int'l Marketing
- Globalization & Implications for Marketing Managers
- Int'l Market Entry Decisions
- Conducting Global Market Research
- Key Players in Int'l Marketing
- International Business Partnering and Alliances
- Pricing, Product Policy, and Branding in the Global Market
- International Distribution Channels
- Standardization versus Adaptation Decisions in Int'l Marketing
- Research Streams in Int'l Marketing
Three Bonus Workshops
Three workshops will
be offered concurrently on Sunday morning.
Participants attend one workshop and receive materials for all workshops.
interested in learning more about international research
can hear skilled researchers discuss the 'ins and
outs' of the research-publication game and how to
make it work for them. Open to everyone -- new faculty,
in particular, will want to take advantage of this
| Pedagogy Workshop:
The best classroom teaching is a combination of
'learned skills' and 'art-form.' This combination
can make the abstract come alive. Hear and learn
from the masters of pedagogy how to motivate and
create exciting and substance-filled lectures. Led by Jacobus Boers
with the Institute of International
Business at Georgia State University.
Gain a new competitive edge by identifying realistic
grant resources and how best to approach these opportunities.
Workshop leaders share their insights and experiences
for writing successful applications and achieving
Location, Lodging Information, and Map
LOCATION: All seminar activities
will be held in the Fogelman Executive Center, a
state-of-the art conference facility, located on
The University of Memphis campus. LODGING: We are fortunate to have two hotels located on campus -- the Fogelman Executive Center Hotel and the Holiday Inn Hotel.
Upon receipt of your Registration Form and Fee payment, lodging will automatically be reserved for out-of-town participants by the Memphis CIBER at one of the hotels on campus. Hotel assignment will be e-mailedt to each registrant prior to the seminar date.
EXTRA NIGHT'S LODGING: Additional lodging will be paid by the participant directly to the hotel ($109/night plus taxes). If you require additional nights lodging, please contact the Memphis CIBER by e-mailing: firstname.lastname@example.org to see if space is available.
MAP: Map shows seminar/hotel locations and local driving directions.
|Thursday, June 5, 2014
Reception and Coctail Buffet
( The program officially begins on Thursday
of Global Economic Transformation" by Dr. Ben Kedia, Director, University of Memphis CIBER
|Friday and Saturday,
June 6-7, 2014
Globalization Seminars: (Participants attend one seminar.)
1. Intro to International Business
2. International Accounting
3. International Finance
4. Global Supply Chain Management
5. International Management
6. International Marketing
|Sunday, June 8, 2014
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Three Concurrent Workshops: (Participants attend one workshop.)
|Lunch: Program concludes with lunch.
PROGRAM FEE: $1395 (if registered byApril 30, 2014) or $1595 thereafter.
The seminar fee includes:
1. Welcoming Reception on Thursday
2. Hotel accommodations for three nights (Thursday,
Friday, and Saturday).
3. Breakfast, lunch and coffee breaks (Friday, Saturday, Sunday).
4. Seminar Instruction by two renowned U.S. business faculty.
5. Seminar Coursepack:
Each globalization seminar is built around a comprehensive coursepack given to each participant according to the seminar selected. The coursepack includes course outlines, case studies, powerpoint slides, reference materials, and experiential exercises.
FACULTY FELLOWSHIPS: A limited number of Faculty Fellowships in the amount of $250 are available from the sponsoring CIBERs. To be considered for a Fellowship, you must submit a one-page statement
to Barbara Stevenson at email@example.com describing how the Globalization Seminars will benefit you and your institution by April 30, 2014. Note: If applying for a Fellowship, please submit the Fellowship application prior to registering online.
ONLINE REGISTRATION and PAYMENT: Click on the FDIB Globalization Seminars “Online Registration” link. Follow the directions for online registration and payment.
PAYMENT BY CHECK: You must register online and select “Pay By Mail” under the “Select Registration Type” drop down box. Make checks payable to The University of Memphis and mail to:
The University of Memphis, Wang Center-FDIB, P.O. Box 1000, Dept. 313, Memphis, TN 38148-0313
CANCELLATION: Registration fee is 100% refundable if cancel in writing (email or fax) before April 30, 2014. After this date, 75% refund.
CONTACT INFO: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel: 901-678-5521, Fax: 901-678-3678
for Program Brochure
To request a brochure
or for more specific details on the program,
please email: email@example.com.