- Identified as the person
with the most single-authored publications in the Journal of Consumer Psychology’s 20-year history (1992-2012)
at the Society of Consumer Psychology Conference (2012) in Las Vegas, NV.
- Identified as one of the
50 most prolific scholars in marketing (1982-2006) in Seggie, Steven H. and David A. Griffith (2009), “What
Does It Take to Get Promoted in Marketing Academia? Understanding
Exceptional Publication Productivity in the Leading Marketing
Journals," Journal of Marketing,
- Identified as the second
most prolific scholar of Internet-related research in marketing
(1994-2003) in Cho, C.-H. and H. Khang (2006). "The State of Internet-Related
Research in Communications, Marketing, and Advertising: 1994-2003," Journal of Advertising 35(3):
- Identified with “High Honors”
in the honor roll of consumer researchers (1985-2004) in Blackwell,
Roger D., Paul W. Miniard and James F. Engel
(2006), Consumer Behavior (10th
Distinguished Scholar for 2006-2007, University of Illinois
N. Gamble Family Award for Excellence in the Field of E-Commerce, 2006.
- Winner of MSI-JCP Research
Competition on Product Assortment and Variety-Seeking, 2004 (with Tiffany
- Elected to Full Member status
of Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society, 1999.
- Finalist for Division 49
American Psychological Association Dissertation Award, 1998.
Scholarship for individual contribution to understanding the influence of
technology on advertising, communication, and marketing, 1997.
- American Academy of Advertising
Industry fellowship, 1996.
- Doctoral seminar in Consumer
Marketing (MBA course)
Marketing (undergraduate course)
Concepts (undergraduate course)
Management (MBA course)
Research (MBA and undergraduate courses)
Compilation of Useful
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