George Hiller
Lecturer of International Business
Professional & Continuing Studies Adjunct Professor, Liberal Arts
Profile
George Hiller has served as an adjunct instructor at University of Richmond since 1994, teaching courses in the School of Law, School of Professional and Continuing Studies and the Robins School of Business. At the Robins School he currently teaches Doing Business in Latin America.
Grants and Fellowships

Community-Based Learning Fellow, Univeristy of Richmond, 2013-2014

Curriculum Internationalization Grant, University of Richmond, 2012

College Board Study in China Grant, 2012

Tocqueville Institute Fellow, University of Richmond, 2011-2013

DAAD German Academic Travel Grant, 2011 

Awards

U.S. Deptartment of Commerce Export Achievement Award, 2008 

Presentations

Globalization and Teacher Education in Virginia, University of Richmond Center for Leadership in Education, 2014

Virginia Latinos in the Global Community, Virginia Latino Higher Education Network Annual Conference, 2013

The US-Mexico Paradigm in the 21st Century, University of Richmond Tocqueville Institute Seminar, 2012 

Professional Experience
Director of International Programs, SW Virginia Higher Education Center (2002-13 )
Certifications
Member, Virginia State Bar
Institutional Service
Reviewer for U.S. Dept. of Education grants for international higher education programs: Title VI and Fulbright-Hays.

Education
B.A., University of New Mexico 1969
M.B.A., Thunderbird School of Global Management 1972
J.D., University of Richmond 1991
Contact Information
155B Queally
(804) 662-3175
Areas of Expertise
International Business
Doing Business in Latin America
Globalization
Economic Development
International Business Law
Culture and Language Across the Curriculum: Spanish