Georgia Tech’s Center for International Business Education and Research (GT CIBER) was recently awarded the 2009 Governor’s International Award in the International Education Program category.
The Governor’s International Awards were presented September 17 at the Cobb Galleria to honor individuals, companies, and organizations that have made a significant contribution to Georgia’s position as an international business hub.
GT CIBER was cited for its national reach and vast catalog of activities, programs, and research.
Housed at Georgia Tech College of Management since 1993, GT CIBER is a national Center of Excellence funded on a four-year competitive basis. Directed by strategic management professor John McIntyre, the center serves as a bridge between Georgia Tech and the Georgia business community to promote the state’s visibility and global competitiveness through business education, research, and community outreach.