For Government

Research

PACIBER faculty are interested in collaboration with government on grant opportunities.

PACIBER was the recipient of a three-year program funded by the U.S. Dept. of Education’s Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Educations (FIPSE) on development of an international diploma associated with a Master’s of Business Administration (MBA) degree for graduate students in the US and around the Pacific Rim.

PACIBER has worked with USAID on proposals on economic development in South and Southeast Asia.

Most US PACIBER members are funded by the Title VI Center for International Business Education and Research, with a goal of promoting US international business and trade to improve US business competitiveness.

Please submit inquiries to the PACIBER member in your region/country/city or to the PACIBER Secretariat at paciber@hawaii.edu.

Meetings

Celebrating 25 Years

28th PACIBER Annual Meeting

Waikoloa, Hawaii, USA
July 7-10, 2016

The PACIBER 2016 Annual Meeting, themed “The Changing World: Evolving Global Economic Trends and Management Education”, will be held at the Hilton Waikoloa Village, commencing with the opening reception on July 7 and concluding with the closing lunch on July 10.

Hotel Information: Hilton Waikoloa Village is an oceanfront resort consisting of three towers (Ocean, Palace and Lagoon) interconnected via tram and boat. It is a self contained resort with three swimming pools, 17 restaurants, and other resort facilities. The PACIBER rate for a resort view, single occupancy room is $189 plus a $15 mandatory resort fee (discounted from $30), inclusive of breakfast buffet - the net total is $232, with $50++ per additional person. Pricing on upgraded category rooms will be made available shortly. Reservations will be made online via the Hilton website with our PACIBER group reservation code, made available to you in a few weeks.

Registration: Meeting registration will remain at $350.

Flight Information: Waikoloa is located on the Big Island of Hawaii. You would fly into the Kona (KOA) International Airport, which is serviced by Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and United Airlines for US mainland connections, and WestJet for the only international flight (Vancouver). Many flights connect through Honolulu (HNL) International Airport via Hawaiian Airlines, the major inter-island carrier.

Ground Information: Hilton Waikoloa Village is situated 19 miles (30km) north of Kona International Airport, a 30-40 minute drive. SpeediShuttle offers shared rides of $53 between the airport and hotel, only $2 more per additional passenger, up to 5.

PACIBER welcomes the government and NGO community to attend PACIBER meetings.

Internships

PACIBER member schools welcome student internships, particularly for PACIBER Diploma candidates.

Please submit potential internship opportunities to the PACIBER member in your region/country/city or to the PACIBER Secretariat at paciber@hawaii.edu.