How to Apply for CIBER Research Funds
Each year, Temple CIBER offers research awards up to $5,000 for PhD students and faculty members. Proposals for research related to international business must serve CIBER’s mandate of increasing US Competitiveness overseas.
Recipients will be eligible to use award funding during the federal fiscal year of October 1, 2016 to September 30, 2017. Any proposals that include research-related travel must comply with the US Government’s Fly America Act. Proposal submissions should demonstrate a second source of matching funding. PhD students and faculty members from all Colleges at Temple University are eligible to apply. Please contact Jeffrey Conradi, Associate Director of International and Executive Programs, at email@example.com with any questions you may have. You can send your proposal submissions to Jeffrey as well.
Proposals (including the required budget) are due Friday , September 30th. PhD students and faculty members from all Colleges at Temple University are eligible to apply.
- CIBER Research Awards Application 2016/2017
- CIBER Research Proposal Budget Template (must be included with submission)
Current CIBER Research Award Winners
Temple CIBER has supported leading research in the field of international management since its founding in 2002. Our current CIBER award winners come from a variety of different academic disciplines and are generating valuable resources for the academic and business communities to further their personal and institutional goals.
The Journal of International Management (JIM)
The Fox School of Business is host to The Journal of International Management (JIM), devoted to advancing an understanding of issues in the management of global enterprises, global management theory, and practice.
Best Paper Award
Each year, the Fox School of Business sponsors the Best Paper Award at the Academy of International Business.