Students Participate in Virtual Global Project

An international business
class is participating in a virtual program that pairs them with students from
around the globe to consult on real-world business projects.

Students in Marketing and International Business Professor Jieqiong Ma, PhD’s Introduction to International Business class are spending the semester working alongside students at nearly 100 universities in 32 countries as part of  a virtual project called X-Culture.

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