As one of the worlds’ fastest growing economies, Asian countries are dealing
with the challenges of globalization head-on. Invited guest speakers form several
consulates will be on hand to participate in a symposium on the state of Asian
economic affairs Thursday, April 20 from 7- 8pm in Hawthorn Hall, rm. 107 at
IU Northwest, 3400 Broadway, Gary, Ind. This event is free and open to the
As part of IU Northwest’s 6th Annual Business and Economics Week, the symposium
will give speakers the opportunity to discuss how several key Asian countries
are meeting the ever-changing economic demands of globalization, while continuing
to meet their own countries’ fiscal
needs. Speakers participating in the symposium include:
Endang Dewi Mardeyani, consul for economic affairs, acting head of chancery,
consulate general of the Republic of Indonesia, Chicago; Glenn Penaranda, trade
representative, Philippines Trade & Investment Center, Philippines Consulate
General, Chicago; Soongu Yoon, consul of economic affairs, Korean Consulate
General, Chicago; K. S. Gusain, consul (commerce), head of chancery, Consulate
General of India, Chicago.
The Symposium on Asia is partially funded by a Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning grant and presented by the IU Northwest School of Business and Economics in partnership with the IU Northwest International Affairs Club. This event is free and open to the community, however seating is limited and reservations are suggested. To reserve a seat or for more information, call 219-980-6646, 219-980-6633 or email Karen Peterson at email@example.com .
The IU Northwest School of Business and Economics is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Only 15 percent of the business schools worldwide hold this accreditation and IU Northwest is the only public university in northwest Indiana holding such accreditation. The School of Business and Economics serves approximately 600 business majors in Associates, Bachelors, and Masters degree programs and certificates. Of those students, about 25% are MBA students.
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