The center manages a portfolio of autonomous research projects with dedicated participants and specified practical and theoretical knowledge goals. Each project involves at least one Robinson DBA candidate or student.
The center offers workshops to help establish and manage research projects and to share knowledge about research methodology and requisite theory.
The center provides infrastructure to support its research projects and access to the Georgia State library, and seeks financial support for DBA students’ research presentations at peer-reviewed conferences.
The center disseminates information about and knowledge from its research projects, and organizes events to cultivate research collaboration between businesses and Robinson DBA alumni, faculty and doctoral students.
The center offers seminars with key researchers at Robinson as a bridge-building activity to engage DBA alumni in collaboration with college faculty and doctoral students.
The center manages Robinson’s DBA alumni network; maintains a complete database of program alumni; and supports networking with alumni, faculty and students from other DBA programs through the Executive DBA Council.
CEBR Research Associates are eligible for Georgia State library access. To gain library access first sign up as a research associate and then fill out the Georgia State Library Access form.
Email your completed form to Jorge Vallejos, firstname.lastname@example.org.
CEBR membership includes access to the GSU Library, technology, and online databases. Quarterly workshops provide members with publication support, research feedback, networking, and topic-specific presentations by guest presenters.
The center is managed as part of Robinson's Doctor of Business Administration program with its own advisory board. The center manages and facilitates a portfolio of active research projects with specified publication goals and target deadlines. Use of “Center for Engaged Business Research, Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University” as affiliation of research associates on publications requires co-authorship with a research-active, tenured Robinson faculty member.
The center benefits several key constituents:
The center strengthens Robinson's Doctor of Business Administration program by offering new services to students and by supporting the research career of its alumni.
The center offers research collaboration and business access to its faculty and Ph.D. students.
The center strengthens Robinson's reputation as a relevant business school and helps build and maintain embedded relationships with business partners.
The center offers opportunities for businesses to engage in research collaboration with Robinson's Doctor of Business Administration alumni, faculty and doctoral students.