ATLANTA– Robinson’s V. Kumar was honored by the Georgia House of Representatives recently with an Invitation Resolution. HR 1026, sponsored by Rep. Ed Setzler, and cosponsored by Rep. Jan Jones (MBA ’82), Rep. David Dreyer, Rep. Earl Ehrhart and Rep. Rick Jasperse, commended Kumar for his achievements in marketing.
Department of Marketing
Irvin Bishop Jr reflects on his experiences in the Master of Science in Marketing program at J. Mack Robinson College of Business
For the fourth year, V. Kumar of the J. Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University topped both the Author Productivity in the Premier AMA Journals (Journal of Marketing and Journal of Marketing Research) and the Author Productivity in the Premier Marketing Journals (Journal of Consumer Research, Journal of Marketing, Journal of Marketing Research, and Marketing Science).
Despite being known as the “City in the Forest,” a 2001 study by American Forests revealed that the average tree cover in Atlanta declined 16 percent from 1974 to 1996. In 1985, Trees Atlanta was founded to combat this tree canopy decline, focusing its initial efforts on bringing shade back to downtown Atlanta.
Over the summer Kenneth Wright Jr., B.B.A Marketing ’12, won $20,000 on ABC’s national pitch competition show, Steve Harvey’s Funderdome.
Current and former Ph.D. students in the Department of Marketing program recently took top honors in three competitions recognizing research excellence.
Winners were announced Thursday, February 23, 2017 at the 24th annual Marketing Awards for Excellence at the Georgia Aquarium. Four winners and three finalists were recognized for innovations developed or launched in 2016. Two winners and five finalists were recognized for the third annual Georgia’s Top Startup Awards.
V. Kumar, Regents’ Professor and executive director of the Center for Excellence in Brand & Customer Management, received the 2016 Society for Marketing Advances (SMA) Distinguished Scholar Award at the organization’s annual conference, recently held in Atlanta.
Halloween, filled with costumes, candy and creepy tales, is about bringing scares for anyone willing to seek them out. For retailers, though, Halloween is anything but spooky.
An international border, funding his own travel and having no firm plans didn’t stop James Supreme from following his passion.