Global business is a constantly changing and evolving area of study. The national network of CIBERs, including IU CIBER housed within the Institute for International Business, keep faculty members ahead of the curve by promoting and sponsoring a variety of faculty development programs every year.
Innovations to Tackle Global Sustainability Challenges Conference
IU CIBER is partnering with the George Washington University and Georgia Institute of Technology CIBERS on this annual conference is to bring together active and leading scholars worldwide to share their research on important emerging concepts, themes and methodologies on the topic of global sustainability.
International study programs
CIBERs across the United States offer faculty development programs with short-term international trips to locations such as Korea, Japan, Africa, and Scandinavia. Locations do change from year to year.
IU CIBER/International Studies Consortium of Georgia Virtual Conference Series
Seminars, workshops, and other programs
IU CIBER promotes and supports many domestic faculty development programs with both regional and national significance. CIBERweb includes a complete listing of all activities taking place across the network.
MSI and community college grants
IU CIBER is one of fourteen CIBERs that have joined together to form the Consortium for Minority-Serving Institutions and Community Colleges (CMCC). The CMCC supports faculty, administrators, and students at minority-serving institutions (MSIs) and community colleges across the country who aim to develop capabilities that will expand and strengthen international business education at their respective institutions or increase their own expertise in international business education.
Interested parties can apply for awards from $500 to $10,000. Please visit the CMCC for the most up-to-date deadlines and for the online application.