After completing a PhD in marketing, students are ready to join the academic community and start teaching and conducting independent research. Here are some examples of the careers our recent graduates are pursuing at universities in the United States and abroad.
Lecturer – Monash University
Jiemiao's general interest focuses on the domain of marketing communication. She is particularly interested in creativity in advertising. Her research has been published in Journal of Advertising.
Assistant Professor of Marketing – University of Arkansas
Katie’s primary area of interest lies in the domain of consumer behavior, and her current research projects examine the following topics: processing fluency theory, consumer response to private-label branding, and the effectiveness of celebrity advertising. Her research has been published in the Journal of Consumer Psychology and has been presented at the Society for Consumer Psychology Conference.
Assistant Professor of Marketing – State University of New York at Buffalo
Arun’s research interests include consumer learning and memory, price cognition, consumer response to pricing and promotion strategies, and individual differences and their impact on cognitive processes. His papers have been published in the Journal of Consumer Research, Journal of Consumer Psychology, and Journal of Retailing.
Assistant Professor of Marketing – Nanyang Business School
Lewis' research focuses on pricing management capability and competitive marketing behavior, amongst other issues facing the marketing manager. While completing his doctoral dissertation, he was named one of the winners in the Institute for the Study of Business Markets (ISBM) Doctoral Support Award Competition. His research has appeared in the Journal of International Business Studies and Journal of International Consumer Marketing.
Charles (Chuck) Lindsey
Assistant Professor – State University of New York at Buffalo
Chuck’s research focuses on how messages and brand information are processed and remembered. Specifically, he examines how message characteristics, situational cues, and chronic personality traits interact to affect persuasion and memory. His papers have been published in the Journal of Consumer Research, Journal of Experimental Psychology, Marketing Science, and Journal of Consumer Psychology.
Assistant Professor of Marketing – University of Central Florida
Huifang is currently teaching at the University of Central Florida. Her research has been published in the Journal of Consumer Psychology, and Journal of Consumer Research. Huifang's research focuses on how consumers process different brand information and form brand evaluations in response to branding or advertising strategies. She is also interested in categorization and persuasion theories, and their applications in marketing.
Assistant Professor of Marketing – McGill University
Saurabh worked as a post-doctoral research fellow at the Center for Research on Technology and Innovation, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University. His primary research interests are in the area of marketing strategy. Specifically, his research focuses on understanding the value of marketing resources and capabilities in enabling firm innovations and competitive advantage. His research has been published (or is forthcoming) in prestigious academic journals including the Journal of Marketing and Marketing Science. He has published a teaching case study through the Harvard Business School Publishing and has received awards for his teaching.
Lecturer – Monash University
Mauricio’s research interests lie in the area of consumer behavior and judgment and decisions making, including topics like sequences of decisions, prospect theory, heuristics and effects of memory on choice. His papers have been published in the Journal of Consumer Research, and Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. Mauricio has presented his work at the Association for Consumer Research Conference, as well as at the Society for Consumer Psychology Conference.
Assistant Professor of Marketing – University of San Diego
Morgan's research interests include sensory marketing; hedonic adaptation and satiation; emotions and self-control. Morgan has presented her work at the Association for Consumer Research Conference, as well as at the Society for Consumer Psychology Conference.
Assistant Professor – York University
Alex’s research interest lies in marketing strategy, international marketing, and branding and brand equity effects. He is currently teaching at York University in Toronto.
Assistant Professor of Marketing – University of Colorado at Boulder
Yacheng’s research focuses on building empirical structural choice models to investigate consumer choice behavior within the subscription industry in order to draw firms’ strategic implications on pricing, product design, recommendation system and customer retention/win-back.
Assistant Professor of Marketing – Arizona State University
Michael’s research interests include dynamic capabilities, resources, and brand competitive advantage; organizational learning and innovation; and marketing-finance interface. His research has been published in Journal of Marketing, Marketing Science, Journal of Retailing, and Journal of Personal Selling and Sales Management.
Assistant Professor – University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Xiaojing’s research focuses on examining the impact of creative advertising and different comparative claims on information processing. He is also conducting research on consumer satisfaction. His papers have been published in the Journal of Consumer Research, and Marketing Science.
Assistant Professor of Marketing – Colorado State University
Shuoyang is interested in the social schema of marketing research, especially how the relationship dynamics in group processes and social networks affect consumer attitude, information processing, and decision making. Her research has been published in the Journal of Consumer Research and other academic journals. Shuoyang has taught marketing principle, international marketing, and marketing research.