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Conferences

5th Biennial Frontiers in International Business Symposium:

International Business in an Era of Institutional Disruption

February 1-3, 2018
Darla Moore School of Business 
1014 Greene Street
Columbia, SC

By Invitation only symposium.  Contact Mike Shealy for more information.

  

 

30th Annual Faculty Development in International Business (FDIB) Seminars

June 3-8, 2018
Darla Moore School of Business 
1014 Greene Street
Columbia, SC

The nation's Leading and most comprehensive program for faculty teaching international business.

International business is essential for today’s business schools. Students are demanding international expertise to compete in the global business environment. If your school needs to add or expand your international business provides, Faculty Development in International Business (FDIB) provides the tools and knowledge needed to internationalize your curriculum.

Contact Mike Shealy for more information.

Program information and registration.

More information and conference agenda.

June 3-8, 2018
Darla Moore School of Business, Columbia, SC  (1014 Greene Street)

FDIB, now in its 30th straight year, brings business school faculty techniques, expertise and resources to build or expand your offerings in international business. Expert international business faculty from the top-rated Darla Moore School of Business will share contemporary knowledge and techniques to globalize your business curriculum. 

Choose the seminar that is right for you.

FDIB offers you a series of three concurrent seminars. You’ll choose one seminar and then spend a week with some of the top faculty in the international business field, developing both your professional knowledge about the particular topic and your pedagogical skills that will enhance your teaching of the subject.

Choose from five concurrent seminars, taught by leaders in international business education:

  • Survey of International Business – Andrew Spicer, Ph.D.
  • International Management and Global Strategy – Tatiana Kostova, Ph.D.
  • International Business across Regions of the World – Various IB Faculty from the Moore School
One-hour bonus sessions on emerging and transition markets:

China, Eastern Europe and Latin America

Acquire the knowledge, skills and resources necessary to create and implement a world-class international business curriculum:

  • Complete course outlines, syllabi and lecture notes
  • Textbooks and supporting course materials
  • Case studies, simulations and exercises
  • A support network of other international business faculty
  • Current information and research on emerging markets

15% discount for organizations sending three or more people

$1,000 CIBER scholarships and a small travel stipend for Minority Serving Institution (MSI), Community College (CC), and Predominantly Black Institution (PBI) faculty participants