BIE Project
Business & International Education Program

Public Announcement of BIE Award

BIE Second Grant (2004 - 2006) Funded!!

PSU's Kelce College of Business has been awarded its 2nd funding for a Department of Education Title VI Grant through the Business and International Education (BIE) Program. This is again a two-year grant beginning on July 1, 2004. Dr. Choong Lee of Management and Marketing made a public announcement to the members of the campus community and the local press of the funding of PSU's second BIE grant funding. Title VI B grant will focus on the College of Business. But some of the benefits will spill over to the other colleges, and the second grant will provide much continuity for the gains of the first grant in terms of internationalization of the curriculum. The successful grant application was written by Dr. Choong Lee of the Department of Management and Marketing, Dr. Bienvenido Cortes of the Department of Economics, Banking, and Finance. While the full list of grant personnel remains to be finalized, Dr. Lee will be the Project Director, Dr. Cortes will be the Project Co-Director. Its office is located in 201 B, Axe Library. Ph: 620/235-6037 ; Fax: 620/235-6038.

BIE First Grant (2002-2004)

Dr. Choong Lee of the Department of Management and Marketing made a public announce to members of the campus community and the local press of the funding of PSU's Title VI B grant from the U.S. Department of Education under the Business and International Education (BIE) Program. The announcement was made on Tuesday, May 7th in the Heritage Lounge in Overman Student Center. Dr. Stephen Harmon, Director of International Studies, served as master of ceremonies, and Dr. Lee, Project Director for the BIE Project spoke on the objectives of the grant. Dr. Jim Taylor, Vice President for Student and International Affairs, speaking on behalf of the PSU administration, offered his congratulations, as did Ms. Marty Beezley, President of the Pittsburg Chamber of Commerce and Mayor of Pittsburg. Dean Ron Clement of the Kelce College of Business also spoke on the value of the BIE Project for the College of Business.