Roger Thayer Stone Center For Latin American Studies

Tulane University

Affiliates & Partners

The Goldring Institute of International Business is the administrative entity through which all Freeman School international programs are coordinated. The Goldring Institute was founded in 1991 and named for the Goldring family, longtime contributors and supporters of Tulane and Freeman School. The Goldring Institute is guided by an advisory board of distinguished business, government and academic leaders who contribute to the achievement of the Institute’s goals.

The activities of the Institute include credit and non-credit educational programs to serve the needs of the Freeman School’s local and international constituencies. Study abroad, international exchange programs, international executive training programs and faculty development programs provide a unique set of strategies to develop global management education.

Faculty and student research on international business topics is encouraged through faculty and student exchange, international fellowships, internships, conferences, workshops, a research consortium and Ph.D. dissertation support. Faculty and student affiliates of the Goldring Institute provide an important international business resource for contract and consulting research on international business topics.