Moore School professor awarded Fulbright to study multinational corporations
By Peggy Binette, firstname.lastname@example.org; 803-777-5400
International business professor Tatiana Kostova left this month for Vienna, Austria, where she is studying the role of multinational corporations in Central and Eastern Europe's changing economic landscape. Kostova will be a Fulbright professor at WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business) through June.
The Fulbright is the second honor for Kostova this academic year. In December she was honored by CEMS (The Global Alliance in Management Education) with two of its top three teaching awards for "Best Global Strategy Course" and "Best Exclusive Course." CEMS (www.cems.org) is the Financial Times' top- ranked, pre-experience master's program in international management in the world. It is run by an alliance of 26 academic institutions, more than 70 global corporate partners and three top NGOs.
Kostova, who is the Darla Moore School of Business' Buck Mickel Chair and Professor of International Business, joined the faculty of the business school in 1996. This is her second Fulbright Professor Award.