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PDIB Scandinavia - Sustainability and CSR
Denmark and Sweden

June9 - 20, 2013

Copenhagen, Denmark and More Information Apply
Gothenburg, Sweden Carlson School in Copenhagen

Join us for theSecond Annual Professional Development in International Business (PDIB) program to Scandinavia. This 12 day program showcases sustainability and CSR practices in Denmark and Sweden.

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, Maersk, and Novozymes -practitioners, and academics.
  • Exposure to contemporary research on sustainability in a Scandinavian context.

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

Program Dates: June9 - 20, 2013
Program Fee: $4,000
Priority Application Deadline: January 11, 2013

Fellowships Available
There are a limited number of CIBER fellowships of $1,000-2000 available to support faculty from U.S. education institutions. To apply for a fellowship, complete the full online application by the priority deadline of Friday, January 11, 2013.

Led by Robert Strand, Assistant Professor of Leadership and Sustainability and Director of the Scandinavian Centre for Corporate Sustainability at the Copenhagen Business School.

CIBER Co-Sponsors as ofOctober 2012: Indiana University, Florida International University

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