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Dr. Marshall Reflects, Receives Lifetime Achievement Award
A Renaissance Man at Crummer, Dr. Greg Marshall, receives Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Marketing Association.
Listen Up, Salespeople!
Dr. Mitchell Isert '91 ’18 Executive DBA examines how important listening is to the long-term success of salespeople.
Culture, Not Benefits, Retains High-Performing Employees
Crummer EDBA Graduate Susan Jackson’s study examines how a “family-friendly” workplace culture is most desired among accounting professionals.
Crummer Executive Doctorate Grad Becomes Highly-Sought Analytics Expert
Dr. Ash Shoeibi '16DBA is leveraging his Crummer EDBA degree to bring his academia expertise into the C-Suite.
Crummer Doctoral Student Discovers all Mentorship Relationships are Not Created Equal
Dr. Paula Hopkins’ EDBA dissertation examined the role of mentorship on job advancement among executive women, in particular African-American women.
2019 Crummer Commencement
Enjoy the sights and sounds of 2019 Crummer Graduation, with inspirational words from commencement speaker Roseann Harrington.
Dr. Greg Marshall Inducted into Direct Selling Education Foundation Circle of Honor
Dr. Greg Marshall, along with two other academic colleagues, were inducted into the Direct Selling Education Foundation’s Circle of Honor at the annual convention in Austin, TX.
The Executive Evolution: From EMBA to EDBA
Drs. Rhonda Bartlett `15MBA `19DBA and Monica Clayton `15MBA ‘19DBA relied on each other as they made their way through the Executive MBA program, and five years later defended their doctoral disserta
It’s Time for Firms to Adjust to the Gig Economy Workforce, Says Dr. Marshall
Charles Harwood Professor of Marketing and Strategy Dr. Greg Marshall says the gig economy is already here and fields like marketing and sales will be the most affected.