Sabancı University delegation visited Georgia State University (GSU) Robinson College of Business on 13-14 January, 2020. Both universities’ officials held meetings and defined possible areas of cooperation between the two universities.
Left to right: Nihat Kasap, Tamer Çavuşgil, Fuat Keyman, Richard Phillips, Cüneyt Evirgen, Jacobus Boers
Under the leadership of Vice-President and Istanbul Policy Center Director Fuat Keyman, Sabancı University delegation consisting of Nihat Kasap, Dean of Sabancı Business School and Cüneyt Evirgen, Executive Director of Executive Development Unit (EDU), Unit visited Georgia State University (GSU) Robinson College of Business.
The visit was hosted by GSU-CIBER the delegation met Richard Phillips, dean of Robinson College of Business and Jacobus Boers, Assistant Dean and defined possible areas of cooperation. Additionally, in the meeting with Wolfgang Schlör, Associate Provost for International Initiatives, provided information on student and faculty exchange programs.
In a meeting with Tamer Çavuşgil, Sabancı University Board of Trustees Member, GSU Robinson College of Business Fuller Callaway Profesorial Chair and CIBER Executive Director, Çavuşgil provided information about the activities of the CIBER center. Sabancı University also met doctoral students in the center and discussed projects about Sabancı Business School.
The visit also provided an opportunity to get together with Ahmet Bozer, member of the EDU Advisory Board and it was completed very productively for both organizations.
Turkish Foreign Policy Evaluated with Businesspeople from Atlanta
During the visit, Sabancı University Vice-President and Istanbul Policy Center Director Fuat Keyman got together with leading businesspeople from Atlanta and delivered a keynote speech on Turkish foreign policy.
In the meeting hosted by Atlanta Council on International Relations, Fuat Keyman delivered a keynote speech on “Turkish Foreign Policy amid Regional Turmoil” and responded to questions after his speech which was very well received.