The new Korean Management Institute (KMI) at the George Washington School of Business is committed to building a platform for international research as well as developing and promoting broader economic and strategic engagement between the United States and South Korea.

The Institute will engage global leaders by offering advanced learning opportunities for executive development, groundbreaking research, and international programming. KMI will strive to achieve unmatched quality in program content and delivery, the most innovative training techniques, and an outstanding rate of success among its graduates.

CEOs from several Korean Fortune 100 companies will be meeting with GWSB faculty to discuss mutually beneficial projects and programs, when KMI hosts a senior delegation of more than 20 Korean business leaders in Washington, D.C., on Sunday, April 12.

The GWSB delegation will be headed by Dr. Yoon Park, professor international finance, Dr. Paul Swiercz, chairman of the Management Department, Dr. George Jabbour, associate dean of executive development, and Dr. Ayman Tarabishy, associate teaching professor, Department of Management.

“GWSB KMI will become a platform for research, dialog, and exchange of students and faculty to continue our rich history with our colleagues in South Korea,” Dr. Tarabishy said.