Global experiences 101: What’s on the horizon?

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Hone your global mindset and thrive in the global economy.

Dorothy Siaw-Asamoah

Dorothy Siaw-Asamoah

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Thursday, Aug. 30, 2018
Noon—1 p.m. EST

It’s crucial that university students who aim to engage in the global arena understand the aspects of the world’s dichotomy. That’s why the UB School of Management provides short-term, faculty-led global experiences that compliment other traditional study trip that aren’t always accessible for busy students.

These new opportunities will explore different topics surrounding social innovation, entrepreneurial leadership, culture and economic development in different parts of the world such as Africa, Asia, Europe, South America and more.

When we expose students, faculty and alumni to new culture, we continue to hone their global mindset and empower them to thrive in the global economy.

Here’s what you’ll learn about in this webinar:

  • Local and global social impact experiences available to UB students
  • Opportunities for faculty and alumni to partner with students during these experiences
  • How we expose students to global and diversity mindset scenarios in practice
  • Ways that alumni and faculty can participate in the experiences even if they are unable to make the trip

About Dorothy Siaw-Asamoah
Dorothy Siaw-Asamoah, PhD’12, MBA ’05, BS’03, is a clinical assistant professor for the Organization and Human Resources Department and faculty director of Global Programs at the School of Management.

**If you are not able to attend live, please register to receive the recording via e-mail.