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May 05, 2013
GW-CIBER is pleased to invite all GWSB undergraduate and graduate students who have, or are seeking to have, an unpaid summer internship to apply for a stipend of up to $2,000. The applications will be reviewed by a committee shortly after the application deadline. The application, accompanied by a resume and a short letter from the internship supervisor confirming the appointment, should be submitted via email with subject line "IB Internship Application - Last Name" to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 5th, 2013.
For more information on the stipend eligibility and requirements, and to access the application, please click here.
Teaching Business Korean in the 21st Century: Second Professional Development Seminar for Korean Instructors
May 03, 2013
Duquès Hall, Room 451
2201 G Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20052
The GW-CIBER is pleased to offer a professional development seminar for Korean language faculty. This seminar, led by GW Professors Young-Key Kim-Renaud and Miok D. Pak, is part of GW-CIBER's business language immersion event series. It will provide all participants with an opportunity to learn about methods for teaching Business Korean, and to observe demonstrations, hear presentations from prominent speakers, and exchange ideas and materials. The workshop will take place predominantly in Korean. There is no registration fee.
To RSVP, please email email@example.com
For more information, click here.
Economic Reforms in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Apr 26, 2013
City View Room, 7th Floor
1957 E Street NW, Washington, DC 20052
The GWSB African Business Association, in collaboration with the GW Center for International Business Education and Research (GW-CIBER), is pleased to invite you to a discussion with the Honorable Patrice Kitebi Kibol, Finance Minister of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Minister Kibol will talk about the recent economic progress in the DRC and the Government's long-term strategy for promoting growth through private sector involvement. He will also address the issues of DRC's natural resources, untapped business opportunities, and ways the government can partner with NGOs, transnational organizations, and universities in order to turn these natural resources into sustainable growth.
For more information, please click here.
Emerging Markets at the Crossroads: Current Challenges and Future Prospects
Apr 26, 2013
8:30am - 4:00pm
The Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center - Pavilion Room
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D.C. 20004
The GW-CIBER is pleased to co-sponsor the 2013 Emerging Markets Forum organized by the University of Maryland Smith School CIBER. This year, the Forum will feature international experts from the academia, government, and the business sector, who will address the slowing growth of booming emerging markets and the positive role that diaspora communities play - both in the U.S. and in their ancestral countries.
For more information and to register, please visit the Forum website.
Business Without Borders and Economic Growth in Emerging Markets
Apr 25, 2013
9:00am - 3:00pm
City View Room, GW Elliott School of International Affairs
1957 E Street N.W., Washington, D.C. 20052
The GW International Business Society (IBUS), with the support of the GW Center for International Business Education and Research (GW-CIBER) and the GW Latin American Business Society (LABS), invites you to a discussion on the aspects of doing business and economic growth in emerging markets. This student-led conference will feature speakers from multinational corporations, government entities, and international development organizations, who will share their experiences, perspectives, and tips on working in emerging markets. The event will also include an opportunity for networking with the speakers and other international business professionals. Lunch will be provided.
For more information, please visit the event website.
Second Annual African Business Conference
Mar 23, 2013
March 23, 2013
9:30am - 5:00pm
Jack Morton Auditorium, Marvin Center Grand & Continental Ballrooms
Theme: "New Emerging Economies in Africa: Developing Leaders and Managing Growth"
This student-led conference, organized by the GW African Business Association, will feature discussions and presentations on investment and entrepreneurship opportunities in Africa and will cover a range of industries that will be critical to Africa's economic success in the coming years. The event will bring together participants from the African business community, U.S. policy makers, and representatives of international organizations such as the OPIC, IMF, USAID, and IFC.
For more information, please visit the conference website.
To RSVP, please click here.
An “Arab Spring” in the Extractive Industries?
Jan 17, 2013
A three-part series for representatives from corporate, donor, civil society, and research organizations working in the extractive industries.
Part I: Transparency and Accountability
Moderator: Dr. A. Rani Parker, CEO, Business-Community Synergies
Dr. A. Rani Parker has been working in corporate-community engagement in the extractive industries for more than decade. She has led many in-depth qualitative assessments to increase companies' and communities' understanding of power relations, formal and informal authorities, social connectors and dividers. By providing a nuanced socio-economic picture, BCS helps to level the playing field for communities with little leverage and to build trust between communities and companies. The result is net benefits for both.
This discussion series addresses issues playing out in the extractive industries around the world: accountability and transparency, expectations of employment, and negotiating capacities.
For information and to reserve a spot, please contact Paula Olson at: Polson@bcsynergies.com.
Summer Doctoral Institute 2013 - Application Open!
Jan 15, 2013
The George Washington University's Center for International Business Education & Research (GW-CIBER) is pleased to announce the 2013 Summer Doctoral Institute (SDI) for research and study on Institutions, the State & Development in International Business. The program is open to doctoral students in any discipline, enrolled in U.S. universities, with an interest in this underlying theme.
The seven to ten doctoral students selected to participate in this program will spend two summer months, from June 5th to July 31st, 2013, conducting research in the nation's capital, home to many of the world's most influential institutions.
Students selected for the SDI 2013 program will:
* Work with a specialist in their chosen field.
* Form a community of scholars with intersecting interests.
* Gain access to resources found only in Washington, DC.
* Participate in research seminars.
* Submit their work to be published in a top journal in their field.
* Receive free housing on the GW campus and a $2,000 stipend to defray travel and other living expenses.
The application deadline is January 15, 2013. For more information and to access the program application, candidates should visit the SDI 2013 website.