Faculty research is crucial to the mission of the GMC and the Marriott School. Emerging research generates new questions and new research. It is the only way new information will be discovered. BYU CIBER is dedicated to helping Marriott School faculty engage in meaningful international research.
Please click on the hyperlink below for the 5 step process for those interested in doing International Business research.
BYU CIBER will fund up to four significant faculty research projects each CIBER funding cycle year (October-September). Special emphasis will be placed on clusters of international business researching conducted in global financial reporting, international finance, global supply chain management, international strategy, and ethics. Funding will be in the amount of $1,000 per faculty member and can be used to support travel, a research assistant, software, data, survey expenses, or other relevant costs.
International Ethics and Social Responsibility
Every year the GMC allocates money to help fund up to four research projects in global ethics and social responsibility. These proposals should focus on important research topics specially dealing within the field of international ethics and social responsibility. Funding will be in the amount of $1,000 per faculty member and can be used to support travel, a research assistant, software, data, survey expenses, or other relevant costs.
Center for European Studies Grant
The Center for the Study of Europe will again this year award research grants ranging from $1000-$3000 to deserving faculty projects researching historical, political, sociological, economic, cultural, and linguistic issues relating to Europe. Funding for these grants is made possible by the US Department of Education Title VI grant awarded to CSE as a National Resource Center for Europe.
Proposals are accepted all year long, but faculty must submit an application at least three months before funding is needed. No exceptions will be made for late applicants.