2005 MSU-CIBER Annual Advisory Board Meeting
The MSU-CIBER’s advisory board gathered once again for its annual meeting on Friday April 22nd. The agenda focused primarily on what the organization was doing to remain at the forefront of international business education and research. During lunch the keynote speaker and Acting Provost of MSU, John Hudzik, spoke about the University’s efforts in maintaining an international focus. A point of interest is that MSU sends the greatest number of students overseas to study than any other academic institution in the United States. After lunch the board was divided into two groups for the breakout sessions. The topics covered were "Business Needs with Respect to National Security and Foreign Languages and Cultures" and "Research Collaboration with Companies." The next meeting of the advisory board will be Friday, September 15, 2006.
Dr. Hult, Director of MSU-CIBER
John Hudzik, Acting Provost of MSU, addressing the board
Pat Paulsell, Director-Languages MSU-CIBER, facilitating the breakout session “Business Needs with Respect to National Security and Foreign Languages and Cultures”
S. Tamer Cavusgil, Executive Director MSU-CIBER facilitating the breakout session on “Research Collaboration with Companies”
Attending MSU-CIBER Advisory Council members