The GE Global Learning Center will provide a grant to one Ph.D. student to visit a foreign institution for collaboration and research. Interested students should submit a one page statement of interest including the institution they would like to visit, the timing of the proposed trip, the type of research and/or collaboration proposed, and a detailed budget (up to $1500). Any documentation showing contact with the proposed institution should also be included. A statement of support from the applicant’s advisor is also required. Deadline to apply is Friday, March 29, 2019. Please email proposals to Arminda Kamphausen, Associate Director, Global Business Programs, at Arminda.Kamphausen@uconn.edu.
- 2017-2018: Hongfei Li, “Invested or Indebted: Ex ante and Ex post Reciprocity in Online Knowledge Sharing Communities”
- 2016 -2017: Jin Peng, Examination of the price difference in cross-listed stocks in China.
- 2015 – 2016: Howard Jean-Denis, Impact of Strategic Entrepreneurship in Israel as a Comparable Baseline for Other Small “StartUp Nation” Economies
- 2014 – 2015: Selcan Kara, How Consumers Process and Evaluate Products with Alpha-numeric Brand Names