explores regional connection to global economy
in the Global Economy" is the topic of the Global Business Education Symposium
on Tuesday, Feb. 11, in the California State University, Sacramento, University
Union. The symposium is presented by the CSUS College of Business and cosponsored
by the office of Global Education.
The free symposium will feature Lon
Hatamiya, secretary of the California Technology, Trade and Commerce Agency; a
panel discussion on "Is Government Doing Things Right?" and six afternoon
workshops on the regional aspects of international trade. Workshop topics include:
and Competitiveness: Assessing the Greater Sacramento Area from a Global Perspective"
and the Legislature: Prospects and Possibilities"
Japanese Consumers 'Allergic' to the U.S. Rice?"
Divide in Our Own Backyard: The Role of State Government"
Full information, including a schedule of events, descriptions of each workshop
and registration, is available online at www.csus.edu/mgmt/gbes.
The event is free and open to the public. Registration is required-and early registration
is encouraged-but attendees may register the day of the event. For more information
and registration, contact Ken Chinen, professor of international business, at
(916) 278-6882 or at email@example.com. Media:
For assistance, call public affairs at (916) 278-6156.