[AISWorld] FDIB - Openings for Faculty Development in Cuba
agopal at rhsmith.umd.edu
Sat Jan 13 16:03:15 EST 2018
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Application Open for Faculty Development in
International Business Program to Cuba
Happy New Year! We hope this email finds you all well and staying warm. We
are excited to announce that the Center for Global Business will lead
Development in International Business program to Cuba
a third year. The application
<https://umdsurvey.umd.edu/jfe/form/SV_3eqfjnXrdNtY14p> for the FDIB
program to Cuba is open and the deadline to apply is* January 19.* More
details are included in this email and on the website.
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The goal of the program is to enable participants to develop a better
understanding of the working of the Cuban economy within its broader
historical, political and cultural context, to get a sense of the changes
that are underway both domestically and in the context of the evolving
US-Cuba relationship, and to appreciate the business prospects that have
opened up. The program will also enable participants to develop connections
with counterparts at Cuban universities.
*Program Leads* Rebecca Bellinger, Kislaya Prasad
*Destination* Havana, Cuba
*Eligibility* Faculty members at any university or college.
*N.B. There is no concurrent spouse/guest travel available for this program
due to federal regulations on travel to Cuba.*
*Cost per person* $4500*
*Limited scholarship funds available. *
*Additional costs* Participants will be responsible for the flight to/from
Havana, some meals, and personal expenses.
*Dates* Arrival Saturday, May 19, 2018. Departure Sunday, May 27, 2018.
*Program itinerary* TBA
*Application deadline: January 19, 2018*
*Questions?* Please contact ciber at rhsmith.umd.edu.
In the event you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to
us using the contact information below or through our CIBER email:
CIBER at rhsmith.umd.edu <CIBER at rhsmith.umd.edu?subject=>.
Please feel free to forward
to colleagues who may find this of interest
The Center for Global Business
Smith School of Business, University of Maryland
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