In September 2010, the Robinson College of Business launched the Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER).
CIBER was created as the result of a $1.52 million dollar grant. The grant, in part funded by the Department of Education, was one of three new awards authorized by the federal government in this cycle, bringing the total number of CIBERs in the U.S. to 33. CIBER at GSU serves as a regional and national resource to businesses, students and academics. Created by the U.S. Congress in 1988, these international business centers typically form powerful networks focused on improving U.S. competitiveness and provide services and programs that help businesses succeed in global markets.
Robinson’s CIBER is led by Dr. Tamer Cavusgil, who serves as executive director, and Dawn Foster, who serves as managing director. A team of Robinson faculty members and several university units also help lead CIBER.Go to the CIBER website