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Robert Reynolds Distinguished Lecture with Kevin Mac Gabhann from EM Strasbourg

Feb. 13 @ 12 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Free

Robert Reynolds Distinguished Lecture

Leading in International Teams and Environments

Dr. Kevin Mac Gabhann, Associate Professor of Management and

Associate Dean of International Relations, EM Strasbourg

February 13, 2024

12:00 pm – 1:30 pm (Mountain)

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Lunch will be provided.

Zoom link for optional remote participation provided after RSVP

Jake Jabs Event Center

CU Denver Business School, 1st Floor

1475 Lawrence St. Denver, CO 80202

Program Overview:

In this presentation, Professor Kevin Mac Gabhann from EM Strasbourg in France will share the latest and best practices in developing international teams, with a focus on the skillsets required to be successful in today’s global business environment. He will also discuss elements of eco-literacy and employability around critical sustainability tools and skills when working in a global setting.

Dr. Kevin Mac Gabhann

Dr. Kevin Mac Gabhann is an Associate Professor of Management and Associate Dean of International Relations at the triple-accredited EM Strasbourg Business School, at the University of Strasbourg in France. Born and raised in Dublin, with double nationality Irish French, he has studied, worked, and lived in Ireland, the USA, Japan, and France and visited over 60 countries in his career thus far.

Dr. Mac Gabhann’s career began in business in Ireland, then the United States and Japan before arriving in Strasbourg in 2000 and joining EM Strasbourg Business School, University of Strasbourg in 2003. Kevin has over 20 years of experience in academic and senior management in international higher education. He was promoted to Associate Professor in 2009 and became Director of International Relations in 2012 and Associate Dean of International Relations in 2014. He is responsible for developing the business school’s international relations strategy including oversight of international student affairs, study abroad programs, over 15 double degree programs, two summer schools, and short-term custom programs, to 500 outgoing students and 700 incoming students within a network of 240 partner universities in 52 countries.

He obtained his Master’s degree from University College Dublin and earned his Ph.D. in Management from the University of Strasbourg. His thesis entitled Managing Ethno-cultural Diversity in Health Care Service Delivery: The Irish Experience was published in 2015. Dr. Mac Gabahnn specializes in the field of International Human Resources Management, reflecting a professional and academic career associated with intercultural experience and cross-cultural training and scholarship. He lectures in International Human Resource Management, Intercultural Management, Management of International Teams, Diversity Management and International Negotiations, and Eco-Literacy.

The Robert Reynolds Distinguished Lecture Series

The Robert Reynolds Distinguished Lecture Series is supported by the Robert and Viola Reynolds Endowment for International Business for the purpose of bringing renowned faculty, business practitioners, and government leaders and officials to speak at the University of Colorado Denver’s Business School.

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International Executive Roundtables are free to attend. Lunch will be provided. We expect this lecture to be fully subscribed. To secure your space, please register early. You will receive an email confirming your registration.

Please RSVP by February 9, 2024, using this link.

Parking and Light Rail Information

Parking is available at Writer’s Square Garage for $20. The entrance to this garage is at 1587 Lawrence Street. It is on the left-hand side of Lawrence Street in between 15th and 16th street. Look for green signage with white lettering that reads “Parking”. Click here for the address. Street parking is also available at any of the meters. The CU Denver Business School is also easily accessible via light rail – get off at the Colorado Convention Center or Union Station stops and walk the few blocks to the school.

Questions

Email Kaela Kalabany at kaela.2.kalabany@ucdenver.edu with any questions.

Co-Sponsored by:

  • University of Colorado Denver, Institute for International Business (IIB), and Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER)
  • Carol Anne Jemal-Gibson and Greg Gibson Fund
  • University of Colorado Denver Business School, Reynolds Program for Global Business
  • Robert and Viola Reynolds Fund