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News in Brief – Feb. 4

Business College hosts international conference

The UNF Coggin College of Business and the Warsaw University School of Management are co-hosting the ninth annual International Business Research Conference Feb. 13-14 at the University Center.

Topics of discussion will include: Understanding and Integrating Chinese Culture into Business and Enterprise Research in China, Business and Transportation, Exchange Rates and Inflation, Issues in International Trade and Corporate Social Responsibility and International Business.

The cost of the conference is $200 for the public, which includes a Friday night dinner at the Selva Marina Country Club, and $140 without the dinner. UNF students are welcome to attend any lecture for free.

Business Week visits campus

The Coggin College of Business and its International Business Flagship Program will sponsor International Business Week Feb. 9 through Feb. 12 at UNF.

Each night of the week, a distinguished lecturer will discuss an important field in international business.

The free lecture series will cover topics ranging from information about JaxPort to study abroad to global finance and marketing.

Jacksonville Green Expo seeking volunteers

UNF Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) are seeking students to volunteer April 25 for the Jacksonville Green Expo.

The event is geared toward getting people involved with green businesses in Jacksonville and promoting the trend.

For more information on volunteering, e-mail Melanie Edwards at [email protected] or visit jacksonvillegreenexpo.com.

Compiled by Jonathan Morales.

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