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A small group of graduate students and faculty members spent their first two weeks of winter break on the other side of the world. Four professors and four business administration graduate students represented Central Michigan University in a delegation that visited three universities and three businesses in India from Dec. 10 to Dec. 22. The purpose of the trip was to strengthen relationships with CMU-connected universities in India, said Anil Kumar, associate professor of business information systems. Kumar attended the trip, which was the first of its kind at CMU. “As an institution, we wanted to expand our global footprint,” Kumar said.
PeriodJan 23 2011

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  • TitleCentral Michigan Life
    Media typePrint
    Date01/23/11
    DescriptionA small group of graduate students and faculty members spent their first two weeks of winter break on the other side of the world. Four professors and four business administration graduate students represented Central Michigan University in a delegation that visited three universities and three businesses in India from Dec. 10 to Dec. 22. The purpose of the trip was to strengthen relationships with CMU-connected universities in India, said Anil Kumar, associate professor of business information systems. Kumar attended the trip, which was the first of its kind at CMU. “As an institution, we wanted to expand our global footprint,” Kumar said.
    PersonsAnil Kumar