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									     CENTERS FOR INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
          EDUCATION AND RESEARCH


    NATIONAL SECURITY AND
  ECONOMIC COMPETITIVENESS
  Proposed CIBER Activities (2006-2008)




        TITLE VI-B OF THE U.S.
   HIGHER EDUCATION ACT OF 1965:
CENTERS FOR INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
  EDUCATION AND RESEARCH (CIBER)
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                                     Table of Contents
CIBER Locations..................................................................................................... 4
Introduction ............................................................................................................ 5
CIBER National Security and Economic Competitiveness (NSEC) Activities
Brigham Young University....................................................................................7
Columbia University..............................................................................................8
Duke University .....................................................................................................9
Florida International University........................................................................ 10
George Washington University......................................................................... 11
Georgia Institute of Technology ....................................................................... 12
Indiana University .............................................................................................. 13
Michigan State University ................................................................................. 14
The Ohio State University.................................................................................. 15
Purdue University............................................................................................... 16
San Diego State University ............................................................................... 17
Temple University .............................................................................................. 18
Texas A&M University........................................................................................ 19
University of California, Los Angeles............................................................... 20
University of Colorado at Denver ..................................................................... 21
University of Connecticut .................................................................................. 22
University of Florida........................................................................................... 23
University of Hawaii at Manoa ......................................................................... 24
University of Illinois ........................................................................................... 25
University of Kansas .......................................................................................... 26
University of Maryland ...................................................................................... 27
University of Memphis ...................................................................................... 28
University of Michigan....................................................................................... 29
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ..................................................... 30
University of Pennsylvania................................................................................ 31
University of Pittsburgh..................................................................................... 32
University of South Carolina ............................................................................. 33
University of Southern California ..................................................................... 34
University of Texas at Austin ............................................................................ 35
University of Washington .................................................................................. 36
University of Wisconsin-Madison ..................................................................... 37
Matrix for CIBER NSEC Activities ..................................................................... 38
CIBERWeb information ....................................................................................... 39
Contact Information ............................................................................................ 40


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    The Centers for International Business Education (CIBERs) were
created under the Omnibus Trade and Competitiveness Act of 1988 to
increase and promote the nation’s capacity for international under-
standing and eco-                                      nomic enterprise.
Administered by                                        the United States
Department of                                            Education
(USED) under         CENTERS FOR INTERNATIONAL           Title VI, Part B
of the Higher    BUSINESS EDUCATION AND RESEARCH Education Act
of 1965, the CIBER program links the manpower and information needs
of U.S. business with the international education, language training and
research capacities of universities across the United States. Thirty-one
(31) universities designated as centers serve as regional and national
resources to businesses, students and academics. Together, the CIBERs
form a powerful network focused on improving American competitive-
ness and providing comprehensive services and programs that help U.S.
businesses succeed in global markets.




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                              INTRODUCTION
Activities that deal with the interactions of national security issues and the economic
competitiveness of the United States are a major component of the program of work at
the institutions which are funded under the Department of Education’s Centers for Inter-
national Business Education program. This report provides an institution by institution
summary of activities currently undertaken by these thirty-one Centers.

The model upon which the CIBER program is based is that of expertise creation and de-
ployment. Over the past year the CIBER community has been engaged in applying this
model to developing an understanding of how national security issues continue to affect
the conduct of global business based in our country.

As this process is yet in its earliest stages, the predominant activity recounted in these
pages are aggressive research programs. Many CIBERs have competitive grant programs
with priority given to research on homeland security issues. In addition to funding projects
within the business schools, CIBERs are reaching out to fund cross-disciplinary research.
The threats to national security are multidimensional - chemical, biological, nuclear, elec-
tronic - and it is necessary to draw on widely diverse expertise from many units of the uni-
versity to understand and defeat them. CIBER programs such as the Food Security Initia-
tive at the University of Illinois represent cross-campus efforts that are integrated with
broad-based institutional research programs.

CIBERs have a further role in the dissemination of research results to other scholars,
through working paper series and academic conferences such as the Global Security Con-
ference at the University of Maryland.

Ultimately the expertise developed by CIBER activities must be reflected in their educa-
tional programs. National security initiatives are under way in formal academic degree
programs, in executive education, in programs offered to the public, and in the develop-
ment of teaching materials and training of faculty.

In formal academic programs, CIBERs are engaged in a number of activities:

 •   Several CIBERs are developing new academic courses for business students that re-
     late directly to the impact of national security on the conduct of business.

 •   Institutions are developing language courses in those languages deemed critical for
     national security interests, and making them available to business students and
     other professionals.

 •   Existing degree programs are developing national security majors. San Diego State
     University, for example, now offers an International Security and Conflict Resolution
     major.




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  • CIBER institutions are developing new academic programs, either stand-alone
     business programs or programs that collaborate with other relevant disciplines
     and other institutions. In particular, the CIBER network has the opportunity to
     partner with institutions outside the US to provide graduates with on-the-ground
     understanding necessary to function in the current uneasy global environment.

  • CIBER schools are experimenting with alternative delivery systems for national
     security education, through web-based instruction as well as the integration of
     cross border experiences.

  • CIBER schools are providing degree experiences for military personnel that are
     directly engaged in providing for national security. For example, the University of
     South Carolina has a memorandum of understanding providing for U.S. Army offi-
     cers to participate in the Arabic language track of its International MBA program.

CIBERs have a mandate to supporting programs for business firms and the public. In
the national security area, CIBERs are providing a variety of programs, focusing on se-
curity issues, provision of security for specific locations, and provision of security for
particular types of industries. These programs are often co-sponsored by local business
associations. Public lectures and seminars on security issues enhance understanding
of the impact of global terrorism on the conduct of business. CIBERs are providing con-
sulting for companies on security issues, and in one case using student teams to assist
companies in their response. Duke University’s CIBER is cooperating to develop a web-
based National Security Speakers’ Bureau to make security expertise more readily
available to companies.

A long-standing activity of CIBERs has been educational outreach to non-CIBER institu-
tions through faculty development programs. We see in these pages evidence that
these programs are changing to incorporate the inclusion of security issues in the cur-
riculum. New geographic areas such as Africa are being included in the menu of off-
shore faculty development programs. CIBERs are involved in the development of case
and teaching materials on security issues.

In summary, as the individual examples in this booklet will illustrate, the CIBER com-
munity as a whole has responded with a wide variety of initiatives to the national secu-
rity issues that have emerged in the past six years. It is as yet unclear as to which re-
sponses will prove to be the most effective use of CIBER resources. Nor has there
emerged, despite some initial efforts, a substantive collaborative structure that truly
takes advantage of all the CIBER community has to offer. Nonetheless, given the lim-
ited resources, and given the other substantive mandates that are part of the CIBER
mission, the activities summarized in this booklet are clearly indicative of the impres-
sive ability of the CIBER network to create and deploy expertise that will enhance our
country’s security and competitiveness.

William R. Folks, Jr.
Executive Director, CIBER
University of South Carolina


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                   Brigham Young University
During the 2006-07 and 2007-08 academic years, the CIBER at Brigham
Young University will conduct the following activities for National Security and
Economic Competitiveness:

  •   Test of Applied Cultural Competency (TACC) for Business: The TACC, de-
      signed to complement the American Council for the Teaching of Foreign
      Languages (ACTFL) language proficiency exams, will help ascertain the
      cultural competency of participants.

  •   Developing Business Turkish: With the BYU Middle East Language Cen-
      ter, the University of Texas at Austin CIBER, the Middle East Research
      Center and the Michigan State University CIBER.

  •   Studying Business Culture in the Turkish-Speaking World: In partnership
      with the University of Texas at Austin CIBER, the BYU National Foreign
      Language Resource Center (NFLRC) for Middle Eastern Languages and
      the Center for Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Texas at Austin.

  •   Rocky Mountain CIBER Conference on Homeland Security: In partnership
      with the CIBERs of the University of Colorado-Denver, the University of
      Washington and Texas A&M University.

  •   World Trade Association Meeting on Homeland Security: In partnership
      with the World Trade Association of Utah.




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                     Columbia University
The Columbia University CIBER and the New York City Mayor’s office will
sponsor a forum titled: New York City Security: Five Years After 9/11. The fo-
rum will feature a senior official from New York City's Office of Homeland Se-
curity to discuss the measures they have implemented to safeguard the
world’s financial capital and the challenges ahead. The forum will explore the
impact security reforms have had on reviving economic competitiveness in
lower Manhattan and how security measures can be further improved to lure
global businesses back to the region as construction begins at the World
Trade Center.

With the Penn and Texas A&M CIBERs, Columbia will host the 2008 Colum-
bia University Business Security Conference, which will focus on the U.S.’s
traditional agglomeration economies in the post-9/11 environment, includ-
ing industry distribution and the implications for supply-chain management
and competition in the retailing, manufacturing and real estate sectors.




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                         Duke University
Several Duke organizations study national security issues, but impacts on
business are rarely part of the discussion. Duke CIBER will support the Duke
Center on Law, Ethics and National Security (LENS) Annual Spring Confer-
ence on national security and will work with them to develop business-
related themes for their programs. The conference brings prominent schol-
ars, policymakers and practitioners together to discuss topics of current in-
terest to the national security community.

In addition, Duke CIBER and LENS will partner to develop a web-based Na-
tional Security Speakers’ Bureau where companies nation-wide can find
speakers well versed in various topics related to homeland security regula-
tions and their impact on the conduct of business.




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           Florida International University
During the 2006-07 and 2007-08 academic years, the CIBER at Florida Inter-
national University will conduct the following activities for National Security
and Economic Competitiveness:

   •   New Course: International Risks Assessment

   •   Research Projects will include Port/Container Security, Corporate Strate-
       gies Under Terrorism and Adversity, Terrorist Trade Financing?, Suspi-
       cious Trade Financing, and Suspicious Weights and Smuggling.

   •   US Intelligence Community Centers of Academic Excellence Program

   •   Global Security Conference along with CIBER co-sponsor the University
       of Maryland.

   •   International Competitiveness Research: two multi-country comparison
       research projects are in progress, including E-Business Readiness and
       Obstacles in Doing Business.




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         George Washington University
The Research, Education and Outreach Integrated Program will address key
issues including: energy security; public health security; transportation, facili-
ties and communication infrastructure security; law and order; and crisis
management.

George Washington University will also conduct several Research Projects
(awarded via a competitive Request for Proposal, or RFP process) to include:
PHASE (Partnership for Humanitarian Assistance Systems Engineering) pro-
ject, Energy Security in a Market Era, and The Security Behavior of Interna-
tional Business and NGOs.




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              Georgia Institute of Technology
During the 2006-07 and 2007-08 academic years, the CIBER at the Georgia
Institute of Technology will conduct the following activities for National Secu-
rity and Economic Competitiveness:

   •   Partnership Roundtable, with topic Bioterrorism Preparedness: A Public-
       Private Partnership, will be a collaborative effort with Business Execu-
       tives for National Security (BENS)

   •   Southeast Roundtable on Defense (SEROD) Member and Host

   •   The Sam Nunn Pre-Doctoral Security Fellowships International Security
       Seminar

   •   International Business Guest Lecture Series in partnership with numer-
       ous other campus centers




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                       Indiana University
The Indiana University (IU) CIBER will continue its examination of major secu-
rity issues through research, IB course additions, and business and policy-
maker outreach:

Technology, competitiveness, and security. IU CIBER will support a curricu-
lum initiative focusing on Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), which has
the potential to provide a quantum leap ahead in tracking products, providing
the extensive data that is the bedrock of competitive advantage, and its se-
curity implications. The curriculum development project will involve three
steps: (1) Expanding the simulation lab into an interdisciplinary RFID technol-
ogy center (2006-07); (2) Developing business cases evaluating managerial
issues (2006-07), and (3) creating a series of simulation-based cases that
will provide students hands-on experience with RFID technologies (2007-08).

Building a body of knowledge. Research remains the prime motivator for
Kelley faculty. To encourage new faculty and doctoral students’ interest in IB
research, CIBER has increased its focus in this area. CIBER support for re-
search will be largely organized around its areas of strategic focus: regional
integration, emerging markets, and the security aspects of these. IU CIBER
will also be working with Indiana University in the development of an IU Cen-
ter on American Security to increase IU’s activities and prominence with re-
spect to security issues affecting our State, the United States, and the world.

Thematic academic conferences and publications. Academic conferences,
vehicles for knowledge creation and dissemination, provide opportunities to
seed new ideas, expand networks, and generate findings of use to the wider
communities of academics, practitioners, and policymakers. Each annual IU
CIBER conference will generate a published book of select papers.

Outreach to Business and Policymakers. Continuing its inquiries into re-
gional integration, emerging economies, and security issues, IU CIBER will
serve the business community by presenting workshops and disseminating
applied information and a range of practical publications. A four seminar se-
ries on Indiana’s Biotechnology and Life Science Industries: Global Chal-
lenges, Local Opportunities, and National Security is planned for 2006-07.



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                 Michigan State University
MSU-CIBER will develop a Global Community Security Institute (GCSI) for
business professionals to directly address “National Security” issues for com-
munities, organizations, and individuals. The program will be a joint effort be-
tween MSU-CIBER, School of Criminal Justice and the MSU Global Online
Connection (MSU Global). The corner piece of the GCSI will be the On-Line Se-
curity Administration Program (SAP). Business students (both graduate and
undergraduate) and business practitioners will be able to earn a Certificate in
“National Security” that fits their particular field of profession. Foundational
courses will be offered in (1) Foundations of National Security, (2) Issues in
Terrorism, (3) Public-Private Partnerships in Emergency Preparedness and
National Security, and (4) National Security and International Business. Elec-
tive courses will include Information Security and Food Security.

Using MSU’s globalEDGE capabilities, another project involves researching
and compiling web-based resources and studies on the following topics:
Globalization Debate, Regional Trade Agreements, Outsourcing, Corporate
Governance, Social Responsibility/Sustainability, and National Security and
Risk Management.

The Institute for Trade in the Americas is the international trade law and pol-
icy center of Michigan State University College of Law in partnership with
MSU-CIBER. The Institute’s projects include trade capacity building and train-
ing for civil servants in Latin America, educational outreach to the U.S. busi-
ness community, information to the general public through the Institute’s
website, an annual academic conference on international trade issues within
the Western Hemisphere, an annual trade policy workshop, an international
trade law and policy paper series, and an international trade law clinic and
externship program.

A research project entitled Effective Practices for Business Continuity Plan-
ning in Purchasing and Supply Management is co-sponsored by MSU-CIBER
and involves critical studies on supply chain security. The research is also
funded by AT&T examines the continuity of the supply chain during times of
crisis.




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                   The Ohio State University
The Ohio State University CIBER will sponsor the following activities during
academic years 2006-07 and 2007-08:

   National Forum on Trade Policy (NFTP) with CIBER partners Michigan,
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   Kansas, Indiana and Illinois, and serve as local host in 2009 as well.

   •   Fisher Council on Global Trade and Technology Forum.

   •International Knowledge Management Conferences in partnership with
   OSU’s National Resource Centers; the annual conferences during each of
   the next four years will focus on the world regions of Southeast Asia, In-
   dia, Eastern Europe, Central Asia and South America and will include sub-
   stantial topics and discussion related to security and competitiveness is-
   sues.

The Ohio State University CIBER will also develop a New Business Security
Course in partnership with OSU’s International Studies Department.




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                        Purdue University
The course, Global Security and Risk Planning, to be developed by Dr. Alok
Chaturvedi, will address security of computers, supply chains, financial, and
intellectual assets, business implications of Department of Homeland Secu-
rity initiatives, risk assessment and contingency planning techniques, and
new technologies for transportation security. As part of Purdue CIBER's
homeland security initiative, MBA student teams will work on consulting pro-
jects for private sector partners of the Purdue Homeland Security Insti-
tute. The projects, following on Dr. Chaturvedi's proposed class in Global Se-
curity and Risk Assessment, will involve a full analysis of risks due to terror-
ism, culminating in presentation of a detailed report to company execu-
tives. Supporting Purdue CIBER's homeland security initiatives, the theme of
the 2006 issue of “Global Business Languages” journal, published annually
by Purdue University with support from Purdue CIBER, will be "Security and
Business Languages."

Under the leadership of Purdue Professor Dr. Jian Wang, the Research Sym-
posium on Corporate Public Diplomacy will enable academicians to explore
the U.S. business community's role in improving perceptions of America
abroad and thereby improving national security. This symposium will be a
forum for analyzing the possible roles of U.S. corporations in public diplo-
macy, examining strategies and sharing best practices. Participants will be
drawn from the public and private sectors (DDB Worldwide, McDonald's Cor-
poration, Eli Illy, All State Insurance) and leading academic institutes
(University of Southern California's Annenberg School of Communications,
the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University).

In conjunction with the Michigan State CIBER and the Purdue Homeland Se-
curity Institute, under the leadership of Dr. Chaturvedi, we will conduct a one
day security symposium to be held in Chicago for business leaders, security
professionals, and academicians to explore special issues on Homeland Se-
curity in the Upper Great Lakes area. Issues to be addressed will include in-
fra-structure security (road, rail, water, power grid and other public utilities,
bio security and security in agricultural products, and supply chain security).




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                San Diego State University
The International Security and Conflict Resolution (ISCOR) Major at San
Diego State University (SDSU) is an innovative, unique, and comprehensive
program designed to provide students with an understanding of world affairs
and a commitment to conflict resolution. In 2006-2007, SDSU CIBER will
work to make ISCOR a specialization within the International Business pro-
gram at SDSU. The only program of its kind in California, ISCOR is located in
three colleges within San Diego State University: The Colleges of Arts and
Letters, Professional Studies and Fine Arts, and Sciences. Its interdisciplinary
program stresses the following goals:

  • Examination of interdependent and interconnected global system
  • Analysis of a world experiencing both increased cooperation and conflict
  • Assessment of global issues from various viewpoints and perspectives

The ISCOR major draws from courses offered by faculty in several different
colleges at San Diego State University: Arts and Letters; Professional Studies
and Fine Arts; Sciences; Health and Human Services, and will soon be a new
specialization in SDSU’s highly ranked International Business Program. The
program promotes critical thinking, tolerance of various views, and pragma-
tism in its students.




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                         Temple University
During the 2006-07 and 2007-08 academic years, the CIBER at Temple Uni-
versity will conduct the following activities for National Security and Eco-
nomic Competitiveness:

  •   Building Bridges to Middle-East and North Africa (MENA), with coopera-
      tive agreements with educational institutions in MENA Region. The Tem-
      ple University CIBER will also establish a Certificate of Specialization in
      MENA.

  •   United Arab Emirates (UAE) Initiative will make use of collaborative pro-
      grams with the Dubai Women’s College.

  •   Security Research Streams will include:
        ∗ Comprehensive Risk Management and Competitive Advantage
        ∗ Increasing US Competitiveness by Pooling the Risks of Terrorism
        ∗ Measuring Terrorism Risk




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                       Texas A&M University
A former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, Dr. Robert Gates, Presi-
dent of Texas A&M (TAMU), has made national security risk management a
top priority in recent years. The TAMU CIBER has been part of this effort in a
number of ways, including the following activities and programs.

   •    The TAMU CIBER and the Texas A&M University Integrative Center for
       Homeland Security are working together to develop interdisciplinary re-
       search and development projects related to national security.

   •   The TAMU CIBER, with eight CIBER partners, is organizing and planning a
       trade policy conference to be held in 2007 that includes attention to the
       problem of securing the nation’s northern border without unduly interfer-
       ing with the movement of goods and people across the border.

   •   The TAMU CIBER, with six CIBER partners, has formed the Business and
       Homeland Security Studies CIBER Consortium to carry out a series of na-
       tional security risk management programs over the next four years, fo-
       cusing on business dimensions of national security risk management.

   •   The TAMU CIBER is working to develop a plan for the implementation of
       an education and research program on Arabic languages and culture,
       and will build on the highly successful Texas A&M campus in Qatar.

   •   The TAMU CIBER and the International Business Education Group will
       develop a plan to assure that the education of the business school’s
       5,000 undergraduate students includes awareness of the importance of
       national security risk management for business.

   • The TAMU CIBER is working with the University’s Office of Latin Ameri-
       can Programs to develop joint programs with partner universities in Mex-
       ico focused on border security and other national security related issues.

   •   The Texas A&M University CIBER is working with NASBITE International
       to develop the NASBITE Certified Global Business Professional credential
       that includes a number of homeland security topics related to interna-
       tional trade.


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           University of California, Los Angeles

During the 2006-08 academic years, the UCLA CIBER will conduct the follow-
ing activities for National Security and Economic Competitiveness:

  • New Course for UCLA: Terrorism and Counterterrorism: Public and Pri-
   vate Responses will feature a series of well known public and private offi-
   cials with responsibilities in security discussing issues of preparation and
   protection against human engineered disruptions of organizations. The
   course will be taught by three UCLA professors with academic interests in
   security and risk issues. The course is open to all professional school
   graduate students in the UCLA and UC system. CIBER is sponsoring the
   course and will support its teaching and underwrite its costs. The course
   will be taught at the School of Public Policy.

  • Public Outreach: CIBER has agreed to support the activities of the UCLA
   Global Security Seminar. This is a running seminar on security issues
   open to the public and held at the UCLA Faculty Center. CIBER has agreed
   to support high profile speakers who will present at the GSS seminar as
   well as on campus in other venues during their visit. The first speaker was
   Stephen Flynn of the Council of Foreign Relations in November 2006.

  •   Joint CIBER events:
      ∗    UCLA CIBER will work with the USC CREATE program in joint research
          and public events presentations. CREATE is a grant supported pro-
          gram from the Office of Homeland Security and is dedicated to re-
          searching the economic effects of disasters, both man-made and
          natural. UCS CIBER supports some of the work of CREATE.

      ∗    UCLA CIBER is working jointly with the UCLA Center for European and
          East Asian Studies (CEES) to organize and run a conference on June 1,
          2007, on comparative European responses to high risk events and
          homeland security issues. The objective of the conference is to pre-
          sent to US public, business and academic communities alternative
          public policy views and approaches to the security threats posed by
          international terrorism as well as accidental and natural catastrophes.



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              University of Colorado at Denver

The University of Colorado at Denver CIBER will sponsor the following activi-
ties during academic years 2006-07 and 2007-08:

  •    Fall 2007 International Conference: Homeland Security and Canada-US
      Border Trade: Implications for Public Policy and Business Strategy Confer-
      ence will be held in Detroit in Fall 2007. This initiative, hosted by Texas
      A&M CIBER and co-sponsored with eight other CIBERs and Dalhousie Uni-
      versity, will convene state and federal policy makers, business leaders,
      experts and academicians to consider the interface between homeland
      security policy and trade policy on the northern border.

  •    Biannual Global Executive Forums: The CU CIBER’s Global Executive Fo-
      rum brings US business, industry and government leaders together with
      counterparts based in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe and Latin America to
      address key geopolitical and business developments. Corporate and
      homeland security has been the topic of nineteen past Forum sessions
      and will continue to be an important Forum topic. Past articles written
      about homeland security in the Global Executive Forum Report are in-
      dexed on CU CIBER’s website at www.cudenver.edu/international/CIBER/
      hidden/homeland_security_index.htm.

  •    Periodic International Executive Roundtables: International Executive
      Roundtables are two-hour meetings held throughout the academic year
      where CU CIBER brings in international business executives and leading
      academicians to discuss the global issues involved in their positions with
      regional university faculty.

  •    Field Study to Dubai: The former Chancellor of UC-Denver and Health
      Sciences Center is now the Provost of the national university in UAE and
      has agreed to host this initiative. The field study will also tie in with a new
      CU-Boulder Arabic and Middle East Studies Program supported by CU CI-
      BER through a new course development grant for Business and the Arab
      World and through CU-Boulder students in this program being invited on
      the Dubai field study.




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                   University of Connecticut

During the 2006-07 and 2007-08 academic years, the CIBER at the Univer-
sity of Connecticut will conduct the following activities for National Security
and Economic Competitiveness:

   •Workshop on the Impact of Homeland Security in Transacting Global
   Business

   •   Seminars on National Security and Economic Competitiveness

   •   Conference on Incorporating Emerging Issues into Curricula

   •State of the Art Research Conference: Global Supply Chain Management
   and National Security




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                        University of Florida

The University of Florida CIBER is addressing issues of national security and
economic competitiveness in its teaching, research and outreach programs.

  •   Curriculum Development:
      ∗ a module on national security and economic competitiveness
      ∗ “Mini-case” development in the PMBA
      ∗ Arabic business course will advance in foreign language content
      ∗ CIBER-funded undergraduate course in 2007, The Anthropology of For-
        eign Trade and Investment, that will consider issues for Africa

  •   Research:
      ∗ UF’s College of Journalism and Mass Communication will determine
        effective prototypes for diffusing anti-American, anti-capitalism and
        anti-globalization sentiments in major Latin American markets.
      ∗ Department of Information Sciences will examine information security
        implications of extending Enterprise Resource Planning systems to
        emerging markets with different information infrastructures, with em-
        phasis on the U.S., China, India, Taiwan and Singapore.
      ∗ Mid-East language and culture training at the CIBER Language Confer-
        ence, and the role of African business development and US-African
        trade in promoting US national security at the Institute for African Busi-
        ness and Development meeting, both hosted by UF’s CIBER in 2008.

  •   Outreach:
      ∗ UF CIBER and UCF’s Global Perspectives Office (UCF-GPO) are part of a
        regional consortium that plan the annual International Summit, a
        statewide multi-day conference for businesses on national security.
      ∗ The biannual Latin American Corporate and Career Opportunities con-
        ference, sponsored by CIBER and the Center for Latin American Studies
        introduces students to the business implications of national security.
      ∗ State-specific impacts of national security programs are among topics
        to be developed in UF CIBER’s new States in the Global Economy pro-
        gram. The latter combines UF regional economics and IB expertise with
        input from high school educators in developing materials that allow
        secondary school teachers to address how globalization impacts the
        home communities of their students.

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               University of Hawaii at Manoa

During the 2006-07 and 2007-08 academic years, the CIBER at the Univer-
sity of Hawaii at Manoa will conduct the following activities for National Secu-
rity and Economic Competitiveness:

   •   Asia Pacific Risk Institute

   •   Interdisciplinary NSEC Research Projects

   •   NSEC Research Conferences, Seminars, and Publications

   •   Development of Cases for International Service Industries

   •   Critical Foreign Languages for Business and Industry Professionals

   •   Technical Workshops for Professionals in Financial Services, Informa-
       tion Technology and NSEC

   •   National Forum on Trade Policy Co-Sponsorship

   •   On-Line Training Modules: Doing Business in Islamic Asia

   •   International Interdisciplinary Conference on Muslim Asia: A Focus on
       the Professions - January 2008

   •   Collaboration with University of Hawaii’s College of Tropical Agriculture
       and Human Resources (CTAHR) for Food and Agricultural Security

   •   Collaboration with the University of Hawaii’s College of Social Sciences
       Pacific Emergency Management, Preparedness and Response Informa-
       tion Network and Training Services (EMPRINTS)




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                       University of Illinois

The Illinois CIBER has selected Food Security as the focus for an initiative de-
signed to exploit the campus’ strengths in veterinary medicine, agriculture,
supply chain management and industrial distribution, nanotechnology, infor-
mation sciences, and food science. The initiative on food security proposes
to ensure the safety and integrity of the nation’s food systems by addressing
every aspect of food security, from the farm to the fork. Three working groups
will bring together faculty from many units:

   •   Business Valuation Group: will collect information to build a business
       model of safety and security in the food industry supply chain.
   •   Identity Retention Group: will identify models for quality control and
       tracking agricultural products through the supply chain.
   •   Sensing Technology Group: will test a remote sensing system currently
       marketed to dairy producers.

Illinois CIBER will fund research grants to on-campus teams in addition to or-
ganizing a speaker series on food and bio-security issues.




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                      University of Kansas

The University of Kansas CIBER will sponsor the following activities during
academic years 2006-07 and 2007-08:

Research projects will include Economic and Financial Effect of Oil Price
Changes, Effects of C-TPAT on Global Supply Chain Performance, and Finan-
cial Effects of Political Uncertainty.

A new course, Arabic for Business, will be developed using new supplemental
materials, including a CD showing business-relevant scenes and conversa-
tions in companies, banks, and universities in Tunisia and Morocco, and will
be delivered in 2007. In addition, the UK CIBER will collaborate with the
Michigan CIBER’s Business Arabic Language and Internship Program, provid-
ing support for students who wish to attend that program.

An updated course, Information Security, Fraud and Forensic Accounting, in-
tegrating International modules will be added to this series of courses. The
modules will focus on cross-border transactions and new Information Secu-
rity protocols used to protect business systems from sabotage. The informa-
tion will also be presented at a KU CIBER-sponsored symposium.

In 2006-08, the UK CIBER will also begin development on a new Faculty De-
velopment Program in International Business (FDIB) program in Turkey to be
offered for the first time in 2010. The new FDIB program will be conducted
primarily at Bilkent University in Ankara, and will include lectures at Bilkent,
site visits and discussions with managers in a variety of firms, and various
cultural activities and excursions.

A set of activities focusing on the theme Navigating Globalization in a Post
9/11 World will explore the interface between globalization and terrorism, to
assess current knowledge about terrorism and learn from the experience of
other countries. In 2007 KU CIBER will organize a business forum designed
to share information and enhance public understanding of global business in
the context of failing states and the terrorist threat. Subsequent seminars
will continue this theme and a course will be developed on the basis of con-
ference materials, for students in business, economics, political science and
the humanities.

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                     University of Maryland

During the 2006-07 and 2007-08 academic years, the CIBER at the Univer-
sity of Maryland will conduct the following activities for National Security and
Economic Competitiveness:

   •   Languages
       ∗ certificate programs in Less Commonly Taught Languages: Arabic, Chi-
         nese, Russian, Hindi, Persian, Turkish
       ∗ flagship programs in Chinese, Korean and Russian
       ∗ training workshops in Less Commonly Taught Languages (LCTL)


   •   Conferences and Workshops
       ∗ Annual forum on Cybersecurity
       ∗ International Communication and Negotiation Simulation
       ∗ Global Security conference, scheduled for April 2007
       ∗ Business Continuity Planning Workshop: focus on terrorism


   •   Outreach: Washington Center of Excellence: research on language and
       national/homeland security




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                   University of Memphis

The University of Memphis CIBER will sponsor the following activities during
academic years 2006-07 and 2007-08:

  •    Regional National Security and Economic Competitiveness Conference
      in collaboration with the Memphis Regional Chamber of Commerce and
      the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)

  •   Faculty Research Grants on National Security and Economic Competi-
      tiveness




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                     University of Michigan

During the 2006-07 and 2007-08 academic years, the University of Michigan
CIBER will conduct the following activities for National Security and Eco-
nomic Competitiveness:

  •    Arabic, Turkish, and Indonesian Language Training in collaboration with
      CIBER partners Columbia University, the University of Pennsylvania and
      the University of Kansas

  •   Internships in Five Islamic Countries: Morocco, Jordan, Turkey, Malaysia
      and Indonesia

  •    Research Conference: The Impact of Homeland Security on Interna-
      tional Trade with partners Bowling Green University, Indiana University
      CIBER and the University of Windsor

  •   National Forum on Trade Policy (NFTP) with CIBER partners Ohio State,
      Kansas and Illinois and will serve as “local” host in Chicago




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                 University of North Carolina

The University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill CIBER will sponsor the following
activities during academic years 2006-07 and 2007-08:

  •    MBA Summer Internship with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Homeland
      Security Task Force in Washington, D.C.

  •    New Course: Securing the Global Supply Chain

  •     Research Symposium: The UNC CIBER will host a research symposium
      on Homeland Security in December 2007 (and will partner with the Na-
      tional Chamber Foundation and UNC-affiliated Institute for Defense and
      Business to hold a national conference for business in Washington, D.C.
      in 2009)




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                University of Pennsylvania

Insuring Against Terrorism - A Global Challenge: Penn Lauder CIBER will
support a multifaceted, multiyear research project—organized by the Whar-
ton Risk Management and Decision Processes Center—that will focus on the
economic aspects of insuring against terrorism. The outcomes are expected
to influence significantly the teaching of insurance risk and risk manage-
ment topics at Wharton and other business schools. Results of the research
will be broadly disseminated throughout the project through working papers
and publications. In addition, there will be seminars and symposia at Whar-
ton and elsewhere to discuss the research results and, more generally, the
impact of terrorism on the US and global economy. The aim is to identify the
most effective approach to spreading the financial and economic risks of
terrorism appropriately between the insured parties, insurers, the capital
markets, and the government. Penn Lauder CIBER will stress the global di-
mensions of this issue.

Seminars with the Solomon Asch Center for the Study of Ethnopolitical Con-
flict and other organizations: The Penn Lauder CIBER will co-sponsor a
speaker series with the Solomon Asch Center for Study of Ethnopolitical Con-
flict. The topic for each seminar will be on issues of ethnopolitical conflict
which have an impact on the climate in which business is conducted. The tar-
get audience will be faculty and graduate students working on ethnopolitical
conflict issues in the Philadelphia area. In addition, we will cosponsor other
speaker events on topics related to security and business with such organiza-
tions as the Global Interdependence Center and the U.S. State Department.

Training for Security Executives: Penn Lauder CIBER will assist in developing
an intercultural training component for a program for security executives.
This new Executive Education program provides a core foundation in busi-
ness knowledge—drawn from the course materials of Wharton’s top-ranked
MBA program and taught by senior Wharton faculty—to security professionals
affiliated with ASIS, the world’s largest international organization of security
executives. The program’s aim is to broaden managerial and strategic per-
spectives, enhance business instincts, and sharpen the ability to tackle man-
agement challenges. Key among the skills needed is cross-cultural sensitivity
and, in some cases, an understanding of particular cultures.



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                    University of Pittsburgh

The University of Pittsburgh International Business Center (IBC) - the Pitts-
burgh CIBER - will sponsor the following activities during academic years
2006-07 and 2007-08:

  •    Global Academic Partnership (GAP) Conference on U.S. Competitive-
      ness in Global Industries: Each year the IBC (Pitt’s CIBER) and Pitt’s Cen-
      ter for Industry Studies will co-sponsor an international workshop sup-
      porting research that focuses on a specific global industry

  •    Research Programs on National Security and U.S. Economic Competi-
      tiveness with the Matthew Ridgway Center for International Security
      Studies and the Ford Institute for Human Security in the Graduate
      School of International and Public Affairs:
       ∗ Internal Security and U.S. Competitiveness, which will develop policies
        regarding the free flow of goods and information such as patents to try
        to optimize both homeland security and competitiveness
       ∗ Immigration and U.S. Competitiveness, which will analyze how to bal-
        ance legitimate legislative and administrative restrictions on the immi-
        gration with the personnel needs to maintain U.S. competitiveness

  •   Faculty Development in International Business (FDIB): Economies of the
      Balkans in 2008, when Turkey will replace one of the current transition
      economy countries now visited

  •    Islamic Business Roundtable: The IBC will work with Consortium for
      Educational Resources on Islamic Studies (CERIS), located at the Univer-
      sity of Pittsburgh, to identify and fund speakers for business students
      and the general community




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                University of South Carolina

During the 2006-07 and 2007-08 academic years, the University of South
Carolina Moore School of Business CIBER will conduct the following activities
for National Security and Economic Competitiveness:

  •    New Joint IMBA/International Studies Major and Graduate Degree in Se-
      curity Studies with the University of South Carolina’s Moore School of
      Business and the College of Arts and Sciences’ Richard L. Walker Insti-
      tute of International and Area Studies; the major and degree will be de-
      veloped in 2006-2008, and scheduled to be offered by the end of the
      current CIBER grant cycle

  •    IMBA Arabic Language Track and the U.S. Army Officer Arabic Language
      Track: Instituted in 2005-2006, the IMBA Program will graduate its first
      Arabic Track students in academic year 2008; CIBER funding to be used
      for faculty travel, language evaluation and curriculum development

  •    Co-Sponsorship of National Seminars and Conferences on Global and
      National Security with the University of Maryland CIBER (lead sponsor
      and host) and other partner CIBERs in April 2007 (seminar) and in 2008
      (conference)

  •    Faculty Research Grants on the Impact of Terrorism and National Secu-
      rity: A total of $15,000 in CIBER funds for competitive research grants
      available each year of the grant cycle for University of South Carolina
      faculty and faculty of other partnered research institutions




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           University of Southern California

Global Business and Terrorism - Challenges and Options: Harry Richardson,
Peter Gordon and James Moore will lead this project to develop and imple-
ment a research workshop on how the terrorist attacks and America’s post
9/11 security environment might constrain the effectiveness of American
firms in an era of intensifying global competition. An increased understand-
ing of post 9/11 security-related constraints on American firms might be
used to stimulate the government to relax some of these constraints without
aggravating terrorist risks. About a dozen experts from around the world will
be invited to submit papers for this workshop. The product of the workshop
will be a book by a commercial publisher.

Workshops on Fostering Global Collaboration of Port Security: Charles
Meister will lead the efforts to develop and implement this annual interna-
tional workshop series which seeks to accomplish the following: (1) Identify-
ing Information Sources for the Safe Container Project, (2) Developing and
Introducing Safe Shipping Standards, (3) Publishing a New Shipping Con-
tainer Security Standard. The final report will provide guidelines—which will
have been developed by expert representatives of the shipping industry, port
industry, customs officials, military officers, and academic experts for stimu-
lating a worldwide change in port security procedures.




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               University of Texas at Austin

Co-sponsored by the McCombs School of Business Supply Chain Consortium,
the Roundtable on International Supply Chain Management: Assurance of
Supply in Global Supply Networks conference will highlight challenges and
strategies for U.S. industry to assure adequate supply in an environment of
heightened national security. Speakers will include representatives of U.S.
government (policy and enforcement), military (global supply), industry and
academia.

The Conference Series on Boundaries of Economic and Social Issues in East
Asia is co-sponsored by UT’s Center for East Asian Studies and LBJ School of
Public Affairs. We will offer a series of conferences exploring the boundaries
of economic and social issues in East Asia at a time of shifting alliances, po-
litical change and economic resurgence. All of the conferences will include
discussions of national security and economic competitiveness.

The International Business Fellows Graduate Seminar will feature national
security in its exploration of focal points of corporate international strat-
egy. Each course during the ’06-’10 grant period will include a discussion of
the potential disruption of globalization, trade and business resulting from a
Homeland Security crisis.

McCombs Global Connection Workshops on Global Corporate Strategy: Two
graduate workshops on global corporate strategy will be added as of spring,
2006 to UT’s concurrent McCombs Global Connection courses, each of which
features a particular country or region. National security will be a featured
topic in the workshops, exploring issues in international corporate strategy.

The National Forum on Trade Policy (NFTP) is an annual conference that
brings together business leaders, federal and state policy makers, and lead-
ing and higher-education experts. Its discussion of trade issues for regional
governments will examine the role of key industries in trade and regional
prosperity throughout the United States. Discussions will include implications
of Homeland Security policy on trade and regional prosperity.




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                 University of Washington

Support for Security Related Languages: Both Chinese and Japanese have
been identified as Department of Defense and National Security Agency pri-
orities. The University of Washington CIBER is directly supporting a Business
Chinese course, an Advanced Japanese readings course and Business Japa-
nese online course development. In addition, students in the undergraduate
Certificate of International Studies in Business are achieving a minimum of
3rd year language proficiency in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Hindi Japa-
nese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish or Vietnamese which have all
been identified as DOD/NSA priorities.

National Forum on Trade Policy: Trade and Regional Prosperity, Dec. 2006: A
panel, which included the CEO of the Port of Seattle, the Executive Director of
the Port of Long Beach (invited) and the Senate Minority Leader on the Trans-
portation Appropriations Committee discussed regional prosperity and key
elements of trade policy including port and border security issues. This year’s
NFTP took place in Seattle hosted by the CIBERs at the University of Wash-
ington and San Diego State University. Sponsors included a majority of the
CIBERs, UPS and the UW Business School.

Global Social Entrepreneurship Competition, February 2007: This annual
business plan competition invited students from around the globe to find
creative and commercially sustainable ways to reduce poverty in developing
countries through new business development. Social entrepreneurship is at
the intersection between national competitiveness and homeland security,
as some of the most unstable regions of the world are also the poorest.

Faculty Research & Development: The University of Washington CIBER’s an-
nual support of faculty research in global business will have a new special
emphasis on research related to national security. In addition, the Doctoral
Consortium workshops will dedicate one or more sessions to exploring the
links between their area and homeland security.




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         University of Wisconsin - Madison

Global Biological Threats Initiative: Promega Corporation will fund a tenured
faculty position to anchor this initiative, led by an interdisciplinary steering
committee. The UW-Madison Division of International Studies will provide
funding for two Visiting Professorships for the Study of Global Biological
Threats, and start-up funds from CIBER will help support scholarly activities
to establish the initiative.

Homeland Security and Canada-U.S. Border Trade: Implications for Public
Policy and Business Strategy, co-sponsored by CIBER in Detroit in 2007.

Security-Related Foreign Language Initiatives: The UW-Madison CIBER will
further develop its language, area and international studies capacities
through support for Persian language and culture courses (fall 2006), as well
as advanced Korean and Technical Chinese language training (fall 2007).

Faculty research grants targeting economic competitiveness and security-
related topics: Under the “Global Research/Curriculum Development” grants
program, the Wisconsin CIBER awards research proposals twice a year from
faculty members and Ph.D. students, giving preference to projects most
closely related to the security-related programmatic goals of CIBER.

International Biotechnology Outreach: CIBER will partner with the Strategic
Management in the Life and Engineering Sciences (SMILES) MBA program,
the Master of Science in Biotechnology Program and the Wisconsin Biotech-
nology and Medical Device Association (WBMA) to develop and implement
seminars focusing on topics such as the development of the life science in-
dustries and formation of biotechnology startups in the United States, Europe
and Asia; biotechnology regulatory trends in the U.S. and European Union;
risk-assessment practices and strategies as they relate to issues of national
security; and joint ventures and licensing in biotechnology.

Promoting Collaborative Research: CIBER will develop and organize research
conferences funded by the Center for World Affairs and the Global Economy
(WAGE). Research projects slated for 2006 include the Governing Global In-
securities Collaborative, with special emphasis on the globalization of vio-
lence and ecological risk.


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           Matrix of CIBER NSEC Activities




                                           Curriculum Development




                                                                                                                                                Conferences & Seminars
                                                                                                                      Research & Publications
                                                                         Faculty Development




                                                                                                                                                                         Foreign Language
                                Activity




                                                                                               Consortia


                                                                                                           Outreach
University
Brigham Young University                          X                                               X                                                    X                      X
Columbia University                                                                                                                                    X
Duke University                                                                                              X                                         X
Florida International University                  X                                                          X               X                         X
George Washington University                      X                                                                          X
Georgia Institute of Technology                   X                                               X          X                                         X
Indiana University                                X                                                          X               X                         X
Michigan State University                         X                            X                             X                                         X
The Ohio State University                         X                                               X                                                    X
Purdue University                                 X                                                                                                    X                      X
San Diego State University                        X                                               X
Temple University                                 X                                               X                          X                                                X
Texas A&M University                              X                                               X          X               X                         X                      X
University of California, Los Angeles             X                                               X          X
University of Colorado at Denver                  X                                                                                                    X                      X
University of Connecticut                         X                                                                                                    X
University of Florida                             X                                                          X               X                                                X
University of Hawaii at Manoa                     X                                               X                          X                         X                      X
University of Illinois                            X                                               X                          X
University of Kansas                              X                            X                                             X                         X                      X
University of Maryland                                                                            X          X                                         X                      X
University of Memphis                                                                                                        X                         X
University of Michigan                            X                                               X                                                    X                      X
University of North Carolina                      X                                                          X                                         X
University of Pennsylvania                                                                                   X               X                         X
University of Pittsburgh                          X                            X                  X                          X
University of South Carolina                      X                                               X                          X                         X                      X
University of Southern California                                                                                            X                         X
University of Texas at Austin                                                                                X               X                         X
University of Washington                          X                            X                             X               X                         X                      X
University of Wisconsin - Madison                 X                                               X          X               X                         X                      X



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                   CIBERWeb



          http://CIBERWEB.msu.edu
Information on activities and projects featuring
National Security and Economic Competitiveness
is available online and updated through the na-
tional consolidated CIBER website: CIBERWeb at
http://ciberweb.msu.edu/.

Although each center maintains its own website,
the Michigan State University CIBER maintains the
consolidated CIBER site CIBERWeb. Perhaps the
most important feature of CIBERWeb is its one-
stop location for all interested parties - students,
faculty, business, NGOs, government, etc. - to find
out about CIBER conferences, publications,
events, research and other activities which are
taking place at each CIBER. There is also a link to
each of the CIBERs home websites.




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                       Contact Information
                             Susanna C. Easton
                         Program Specialist – IEPS
                        U.S Department of Education
                        1990 K Street NW, Sixth Floor
                        Washington, DC 20006-8521
                           Phone: 202.502.7628
                             Email: susanna.easton@ed.gov
           Website: http://www.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ope/iegps/index.html



                                          Centers

Brigham Young University                          Indiana University
CIBER, Global Management Center                   CIBER, Kelley School of Business
610 TNRB                                          1309 East 10th Street, Room 738
Provo, Utah                                       Bloomington, IN 47405-1701
http://www.marriottschoool.byu.edu/gmc            http://www.kelley.iu.edu/CIBER/

Columbia University                               Michigan State University
CIBER, Columbia Business School                   CIBER, The Eli Broad School of Management
212 Uris Hall, 3022 Broadway                      International Business Center, 7 Eppley Ctr.
New York, NY 10027                                East Lansing, MI 48824-1121
http://www.columbia.edu/cu/ciber                  http://ciber.msu.edu

Duke University                                   The Ohio State University
CIBER, The Fuqua School of Business               CIBER, Fisher College of Business
Box 90120                                         2100 Neil Avenue, Room 300
Durham, NC 27708-0120                             Columbus, OH 43210-1144
http://faculty.fuqua.duke.edu/ciber               http://fisher.osu.edu/international

Florida International University                  Purdue University
CIBER, College of Business Admin                  CIBER, Krannert Building
University Park, MARC 240                         403 West State Street
Miami, FL 33119                                   West Lafayette, IN 47907-2056
http://www.fiu.edu/~ciber                         http://www.mgmt.purdue.edu/centers/CIBER

The George Washington University                  San Diego State University
CIBER, School of Business                         CIBER
Duques, Hall, Suite 450, 2201 G St., NW           5500 Campanile Drive – BAM 428
Washington, DC 20052                              San Diego, CA 92182-7732
http://www.gwu.edu/~business/CIBER/               http://sdsu.edu/ciber

Georgia Institute of Technology                   Temple University
CIBER, Dupree College of Management               CIBER, Fox School of Bus & Management
800 W. Peachtree Street, NW                       349 Speakman Hall, 1810 N. 13th St.
Atlanta, GA 30332-0520                            Philadelphia, PA 19122-6083
http://www.ciber.gatech.edu                       www.fox.temple.edu/ciber




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               Contact Information (cont’d)

Texas A&M University                               University of Maryland
CIBS, Mays Business School                         CIBER, Robert H. Smith School of Business
4116 TAMU                                          2416 Van Munching Hall
College Station, TX 77843-4116                     College Park, MD 20742-1815
http://cibs.tamu.edu                               http://www.rhsmith.umd.edu/ciber

University of California, Los Angeles              University of Memphis
CIBER, UCLA Anderson, Suite C307                   Wang CIBER, Fogelman College of Bus & Econ
110 Westwood Plaza                                 220 Fogelman Exec Ctr., 330 Innovation Dr.
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1481                         Memphis, TN 38152-3130
http://www.anderson.ucla.edu/research/ciber        http://www.people.memphis.edu/~wangctr/

University of Colorado at Denver                   University of Michigan
CIBER, Institute of International Bus              CIBE, Stephen M. Ross School of Business
Campus Box 195, P.O. Box 173364                    701 Tappan Street
Denver, CO 80217-3364                              Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1234
http://www.cudenver.edu/inst_intl_bus              http://www.umich.edu/~cibe

University of Connecticut                          University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
CIBER, School of Business                          CIBER, Kenan-Flagler Business School
2100 Hillside Road, Unit 1041                      Kenan Center, CB #3440
Storrs, CT 06269-1041                              Chapel Hill, NC 27599
http://www.business.uconn.edu/ciber                http://www.kenanflagler.unc.edu/ip/ciber

University of Florida                              University of Pennsylvania
CIBER, Warrington College of Bus Admin             Penn Lauder CIBER, The Wharton School
P.O. Box 117140                                    The Joseph H. Lauder Inst. of Mgt & IS
Gainesville, FL 32611-7140                         Lauder-Fischer Hall, 256 S. 37th Street
http://bear.cba.ufl.edu/centers/ciber/             Philadelphia, PA 19104-6330
                                                   http://lauder.wharton.upenn.edu/ciber
University of Hawaii at Manoa
CIBER, College of Business Administration          University of Pittsburgh
2404 Maile Way, A-303                              CIBER, IBC, Katz Graduate School of Bus
Honolulu, HI 96822-2223                            1806 Posvar Hall
http://www.cba.hawaii.edu/ciber/                   Pittsburgh, PA 15260
                                                   http://ibc.katz.pitt.edu
University of Illinois
CIBER, College of Business                         University of South Carolina
430 Wohlers Hall                                   CIBER, Moore School of Business
1206 S. Sixth Street                               1705 College Street
Champaign, IL 61820                                Columbia, SC 29208
http://www.ciber.uiuc.edu                          http://mooreschool.sc.edu/moore/ciber

University of Kansas                               University of Southern California
CIBER, Summerfield Hall                            CIBER, Marshall School of Business
1300 Sunnyside Avenue, Room 207                    847 Downey Way, Suite 224
Lawrence, KS 66045-7585                            Los Angeles, CA 90089-1144
http://www.business.ku.edu/kuciber                 http://www.marshall.usc.edu/cibear/




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              Contact Information (cont’d)

University of Texas at Austin              University of Wisconsin
CIBER, McCombs School of Business          CIBER, School of Business
21st & Speedway Streets, Room 2.104        975 University Avenue
1 University Station B6000                 Room 2266 Grainger Hall
Austin, TX 78712-0201                      Madison, WI 53706
http://www.mccombs.utexas.edu/ciber        http://www.bus.wisc.edu/ciber

University of Washington
CIBER, GBS, UW Business School
Box 353200
Seattle, WA 98195-3200
http://bschool.washington.edu/ciber




         THIS BOOKLET WAS COMPILED BY THE
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA CIBER
    WITH ENORMOUS AMOUNTS OF ASSISTANCE
     FROM ALL CIBER ASSOCIATE DIRECTORS




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