A Global Network
From teaching abroad to connecting with leading researchers at our partner schools, Poole College faculty have a unique opportunity to make a global impact.
Faculty in Poole College leverage a network of leading business school partners from around the world to advance their research, engage in teaching or develop new pedagogical initiatives. Whether they’re in Raleigh or across the world, our faculty are always thinking and connecting globally. The college has identified 25 key business schools in Europe, the Americas, Africa and the Asia-Pacific area. This includes our 12 partners in the International Partnership of Business Schools, as well as other leading business schools. Poole College faculty also engage with hundreds of other colleges and universities that partner with NC State.
Shanghai Jiao Tong University’s Antai School of Economics and Management
Shanghai Jiao Tong University, a leading university in China ranked fourth nationally, is a strategic partner of NC State. Recently, the Poole College of Management has engaged with the highly ranked and triple-accredited Antai School of Economics and Management, signing an exchange agreement in Spring 2020 and looking at opening a track with Antial in our International Business Dual Degree Program.
25 International Partner Schools
Poole College partners with a network of leading business schools from around the world.
International Funding Opportunities
Faculty can apply for a number of international seed grant funding opportunities to help them engage globally. The International Faculty Seed Grant provides internal funding to Poole faculty to engage with one of our partners on research and teaching.
NC State has a number of other funding opportunities, including the International Travel Assistance Fund and various funding programs offered in partnership with different Universities or consortiums. Contact Poole’s Global Programs Office or visit the global funding page of the Office of Global Engagement for more information.
The Faculty Global Seed Grant application opens on August 1.Learn More About Applying for a Global Seed Grant
Meet Beverly Tyler
Beverly Tyler is a professor of the Department of Management, Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Poole College. She has conducted study abroad programs in China and Austria for Poole, as well as interdisciplinary and disciplinary international research in collaboration with colleagues in China, Denmark, France, Ireland, Italy, Korea, Spain, United Kingdom and the U.S. She has presented her research at major international conferences and published her work in top-tier journals. She has also presented her research at universities in Austria, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Ireland, Spain and the United Kingdom and has been a visiting professor or visiting fellow at three major European universities.