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*The University of Minnesota's Center for International Business Education
and Research (CIBER) presents:*

*PDIB Scandinavia - Sustainability and CSR
Denmark and Sweden*

*June 5 - 15, 2012[image: Carlson School in Copenhagen]
Gothenburg, Sweden and Copenhagen, Denmark*
*Application Deadline: January 31, 2012*

PDIB Scandinavia is a 10 day Professional Development in International
Business (PDIB) program designed to showcase sustainability and corporate
social responsibility (CSR) practices in Denmark and Sweden.

*Scholarships Available!
*Three $2000 scholarships are available for academic, government, and
non-profit participants. Participants sponsored by another CIBER are not
eligible for these awards. All applications received prior to January 31
will be considered - no additional application required.

*Why Scandinavia?
*Scandinavian countries have demonstrated the strongest and most balanced
macro economic, environmental, and societal performances in the world.

*What Will I Gain From The Program?*

   - Access to world-leading corporations such as IKEA and Maersk,
   governmental and non-governmental organizations, and academics.
   - Exposure to contemporary research on sustainability and CSR issues.

*Who Should Participate?
*Higher education faculty from U.S. institutions, and private-sector and
government professionals interested or engaged in sustainability and CSR
efforts in their organizations.

*Instruction
*Led by Robert Strand, a PhD Fellow at the Copenhagen School of Business
Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility, and the instructor of the
Carlson School's MBA Ethics Seminar in Scandinavia.

*Program Dates:* June 5 - 15, 2012
*Program Fee:* $4000 USD
*Application Deadline:* January 31, 2012
*CIBER Co-Sponsors as of January 2012:* Indiana University, Florida
International University, University of Florida

*More information*<http://ecommunication.umn.edu/t/279142/29121787/95947/0/>|
*Apply* <http://ecommunication.umn.edu/t/279142/29121787/95948/0/>
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Michael J. Houston
Ecolab-Pierson M. Grieve Chair in International Marketing
Associate Dean of Global Initiatives
Academic Director, CIBER
Carlson Global Institute
University of Minnesota
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