Published on: 02-21-2011
The National Association for Chinese-Americans (NACA) recently
recognized Georgia Tech's Center for International Education and Business
Research (GT CIBER) at its annual Lunar New Year meeting and banquet.
GT CIBER received the annual Distinguished Service Award and
a check for $3,000 for China-related business programs.
"We have worked with NACA for many years, and it was
gratifying to receive from its board acknowledging our ongoing efforts," says
John McIntyre, professor of strategic management and executive director of GT CIBER.
Established in 1993, GT GIBER is one of 33 national resource
centers of excellence in international business education funded by the U.S.
Department of Education. Its mission is to ensure the long-term international
economic competitiveness of the United States through support of research,
business education initiatives, and corporate outreach activities.
The National Association of Chinese-Americans (NACA) is
dedicated to the advancement of cordial relationships between the United States
and China. It is a non-profit organization, which was founded in 1977 by Dr.
Cheng Ning Yang, a Nobel Laureate in Physics. It's initial objective was to
assist in achieving and promoting full diplomatic recognition between these two