Global business executives presenting seminars and interacting with graduate business students on campus is integral to understanding international business policy and practices. That’s why the Center for International Economic & Business Studies is proud to be associated with the newly-formed International Speaker Series at the Hough Graduate School of Business.
The International Speaker Series was made possible by the continued support of the Fregly Foundation, which established the Marilyn Southwick Fregly International Business Endowment in 2010. The goal of the speaker series is to expand our students’ global awareness, create interest in working abroad, give students a firsthand look at foreign business practices and provide funding for visiting faculty to teach specialized international business courses.
03.22.2013Dr. Carmelo Mesa Lago (co-sponsor of UF CIBER event)
Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus of Economics and Latin American Studies at the University of Pittsburgh
"Cuba Under Raul Castro: Assessing the Reforms"
Marketing Vice President, Frozen Foods for General Mills