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Georgia Tech Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) Announces Fellowship Recipients for Study Abroad Programs

The Georgia Tech Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER), housed in the Scheller College of Business, is a competitively funded federal center of excellence under the direction of Dr. John R. McIntyre, executive director and professor of Strategy and Innovation.

In cooperation with the Office of the Vice Provost for International Initiatives and the Scheller College of Business, CIBER awarded 10 fellowships of $1,000 each in support of undergraduate students participating in a study abroad program for 2023.

These fellowships help students defray the costs associated with participating in one of more than 120 study abroad programs Georgia Tech offers each year. Georgia Tech sends more than 2,000 students abroad each academic year, and CIBER helped grow this number.

Students were selected based on the quality of their applications. All students are enrolled full-time, are in good academic standing, and have been accepted into a study abroad program this year.  

CIBER recognizes the significant value of studying abroad and its transformative impact on a student’s academic and personal growth and is honored to support students in their pursuit of international experiences.

2023 Study Abroad Fellowship Recipients

Julia Haley, Public Policy, 2nd year

Malcolm Martin Hall, Business Administration, 2nd year

William Scott Garner, Jr. Business Administration, 1st year

Kathryn Elizabeth Graef, Business Administration, 2nd year

Roma Raj Joshi, Business Administration, 2nd year

Jason Juang, Business Administration, 3rd year

Meah Konstanzer, Business Administration, 4th year

Haley McMenomy, Business Administration, 3rd year

Chimdinma Ohamadike, Business Administration, 2nd year

Nishta Reddy, Business Administration, 1st year 

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