Our program, ranked No. 3 in the U.S. by College Factual, offers a path to a creative, dynamic, and exciting career that influences the flow of goods, services, and ideas between producers and consumers or organizations. Our students learn how to keep an organization responsive to its environments, while managing growth and meeting needs of a multitude of publics.
Marketing professor with interests in social media and sustainability. Currently teaching consumer behavior, sustainability marketing and digital marketing strategies. Currently researching how sustainability is communicated in the supply chain using digital media. B.A. University of California Los Angeles; M.B.A. California State University Bakersfield; Ph.D.
Since 2003, Dr. Boyer has held various roles in training and developing sales professionals working in sales and preparing to go into sales. Her expertise leverages self-directed learning philosophies to help organizations get more out of their training resources.
Associate Professor, Marketing, B.A. Washington University St. Louis; M.S. Air Force Institute of Technology; Ph.D. University of North Texas. After 12 years as an Air Force logistics officer, Michael got his PhD in a top 5 logistics program, and now teaches supply chain management and marketing.
Teresa McCarthy is known for championing the effort to establish and grow the new Global Supply Chain Management program. Her publications and consulting focus on supply chain integration topics such as forecasting and collaboration.
Associate Professor, Marketing; Director of Honors Program, B.H.Ec., M.Sc., Ph.D. University of Manitoba. Jane McKay-Nesbitt came to Bryant after working for many years in the financial services industry as a Financial Planner, Bank Manager, and finally as an Investment Advisor.
Through writing, teaching and lecturing, Keith B. Murray encourages people to become more discerning consumers.
A nationally known expert on in-advertising disclosures in TV commercials, Murray has testified before the Federal Trade Commission and submitted written testimony to the U.S. Congress.
Elaine Notarantonio is an expert in the factors that drive people and organizations to buy – their loyalties, their influences, their preferences for pricing and their responsiveness to promotion.
An active consultant, Notarantonio has conducted consumer studies for clients ranging from Nissan to GTech.
Sukki Yoon is a Professor of Marketing at Bryant University. Previously he was an assistant professor at Cleveland State University, a visiting scholar at Grey Worldwide, Harvard, Sookmyung, Dongguk, and UNIST, and a consultant at U.S. and Korean firms and government agencies. He studies consumer behavior.
Srdan Zdravkovic is an Associate Professor of Marketing at Bryant University. His research interests include cross cultural consumer behavior, country of origin, and sponsorship. His research has been published in journals including Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, Journal of International Marketing, International Journal of Research in Marketing.