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Resume   Angela Hausman, PhDANGELA HAUSMAN, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Marketing
Howard University

Summary of Research Interests
Internet Marketing: Social media marketing, social media analytics, content marketing, website design and usability, lead generation, and ecommerce.

Consumer Behavior and Welfare: Issues of relationships between providers and customers leading to satisfaction, loyalty, and compliance. Issues of obesity and other dark side consumption behaviors, quality of life decisions, the increasing use of alternative healthcare options and providers including using websites for purchases and advice, the use of advertising to increase sales of prescription drugs, and utilization of providers outside the U.S are continuing interests. I’ve also begun several ethnographic explorations with public policy implications.

Supply Chain Relationships: The role of interpersonal relationships in business channels to increase the efficiency and coordination. I am especially interested in the adoption/ diffusion of technological innovations, collaborative innovation, and entrepreneurial efforts within small firms and between them and larger organizations. Interests include issues relating to power,conflict, communication, and social capital in managing inter organizational collaboration both domestically and abroad.

 

Summary of Teaching Interests
International Marketing, Electronic Marketing, Marketing Strategy, Entrepreneurship, Industrial Marketing, and Services Marketing.

Publications in Refereed Journals
“Managing Supply Chain Relationships to Ensure Superior Service: Using Influence Strategies to Increase Cooperation and Compliance” Angela Hausman and Wesley J. Johnston,
Industrial Marketing Management, forthcoming.

“The Effect of Web Interface Features on Consumer Online Purchase Intentions”, Angela Hausman and Jeffrey Sam Siepke, Journal of Business Research, 62(1), 5-13, 2009.

“Direct-to-Consumer Advertising and Its Effect on Prescription Request”, Angela Hausman, Journal of Advertising Research, 48(1), 42-56, 2008.

“Mexican Maquiladoras: Helping or Hurting the U.S./ Mexico Cross-Border Supply Chain”, Diana Haytko, John L. Kent, and Angela Hausman, International Journal of Logistics
Management, 18(3), 347-363, 2007.

“The Impact of Cultural and Religious Values on Consumers’ Adoption of Innovation,” Morris Kalliny and Angela Hausman, Academy of Marketing Studies Journal, 11(1), 125-136, 2007.

“Expanding the Marriage Metaphor in Understanding Long-Term Business Relationships,” Wesley Johnston and Angela Hausman, Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing, 27(7), 446-452, 2006.

“Consumer Adoption of Short Message Service (SMS): A Suggested Framework,” Yong Jian Wang and Angela Hausman, International Journal of Technology Marketing, 1(4), 431-445,
2006.

“Innovativeness Among Small Businesses: Theory and Propositions for Future Research”, Angela Hausman, Industrial Marketing Management, 34(8), 773-782, 2005.
“Cooperative Adoption of Complex Systems: A Comprehensive Model of Network Cooperation” Angela Hausman, Wesley Johnston, and Adesegun Oyedele, Journal of Business
and Industrial Marketing, 20(4/5), 200-210. 2005.

“Modeling the Physician / Patient Relationship: Improving Patient Outcomes” Angela Hausman, Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 32(4), 403-417, 2004.

“Measuring Social Aspects in the Physician/Patient Relationship,” Angela Hausman and Deanna Mader, Health Marketing Quarterly, 2(3), 3-26, 2004.

“Rock On ! An Elementary Model of Customer Satisfaction with Musical Performances”, Michael S. Minor, Tillman Wagner, F.J. Brewerton, and Angela Hausman, Journal of Services
Marketing, 18(1), pp.7-18, 2004

“Adoption and Implementation of Technological Innovations in Long-Term Relationships,” Angela Hausman and James R. Stock, Journal of Business Research, 56 (8, Aug), 681-686,
2003.

“Cross-Border Supply Chain Relationships: Interpretive Research of Maquiladora Realized Strategies” Angela Hausman and Diana Haytko, Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing, 18 (7), pp.545-563, 2003.

“Professional Service Relationships: A Multi-Context Study of Factors Impacting Satisfaction, Re-patronization, and Recommendation,” Angela Hausman, Journal of Services Marketing, 17 (3, August), 226-242, 2003.

“A Generational and Geographical Analysis of Internet Travel-Service Usage”, H. Leslie Furr, Mark A. Bonn and Angela Hausman. Tourism Analysis. 6 (2, April), 139-147, 2002.

“Taking Your Medicine: Relational Steps in Achieving Patient Compliance” Angela Hausman, Health Marketing Quarterly, 19 (2; April), 49-71, 2002.

“Variations in Relationship Strength and Its Impact on Performance and Satisfaction in Business Relationships,” Angela Hausman, Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing 16 (7,
October), 600-616, 2001.

“Employing Internet Technology to Investigate and Purchase Travel Services: A Comparison of X’ers, Boomers, and Mature Market Segments Visiting Florida,” Mark A. Bonn, H. Leslie Furr, and Angela Hausman, Consumer Psychology of Tourism, Hospitality, and Leisure, 2, 2001.

“An Analysis of the Correlates of Foreign Direct Investment in Latin America,” Steven Baumgarten and Angela Hausman, Journal of Transnational Management Development 5 (4:
April), 2001.

“Employing Internet Technologies to Investigate and Purchase Travel Services: A Comparison of X’ers, Boomers and Mature Market Segments,” H. Leslie Furr, Mark A. Bonn, and Angela Hausman, Tourism Analysis, 5 (2-4), 137-143, 2000.

“A Multimethod Investigation of Consumer Motivations in Impulse Buying Behavior,” Angela Hausman, Journal of Consumer Marketing, 17 (5), 403-419, 2000.

“Generational Business Relationships: A Multi-site Case Study of Family Owned Businesses” Angela Hausman and Renee J. Fontenot, Journal of Business and Entrepreneurship 11(2,
October), 41-58, 1999.

Publications in Refereed Proceedings
“Disposable People: Commoditization and Redefinition of Self as Rubbish” Angela Hausman and Chris Manolis, ACR Conference, October, 2009.

“An Expanded Model of Consumers Evaluations of Live Musical Performances: Antecedents and Behavioral Outcomes,” Angela Hausman, AMS Conference, May 2009.

“Evaluating Online Corporate Communication: Issues and Challenges”, Angela Hausman and R. Dale Wilson, ISBM conference, August, 2008.

“Understanding the Role the Message Strategy and Partisanship in Political Advertising in Mexico: The Case of the 2006 Presidential Election”, Sindy Chapa, Angela Hausman, and
Michael Minor, Academy of Marketing Science, Vancouver, BC, May, 2008.

“Factors Affecting Relational Value and Relationship Quality in Relationship Success: A Network Perspective,” Angela Hausman, Wesley J. Johnston, and Vishal Kashyap, Academy of
Marketing Science, Coral Gables, FL, May 2007.

“Religious and Cultural Animosity Model Extensions: Implications for Purchase Intentions,” Morris Kaliny, Angela Hausman, and Anshu Saran, Academy of Marketing Science, San
Antonio, TX, May 2006.

“The Adoption of Foreign Music as a Hedonic Experience: A Theoretical Model.” Cecilia Maldanado and Angela Hausman, Association for Consumer Research, Latin American
Conference, Monterrey Mexico, January 2006.

“Marketing Considerations in Weight Control: Preliminary Findings,” Angela Hausman, AMA 2005 Winter Educator’s Conference, San Antonio, TX, February 2005.

“Phoenix: Destruction and Creation of Self,” Angela Hausman and Olga Chapa, Film Festival, Association for Consumer Research, Portland, OR, October, 2004.

“Hedonistic Rationality: The Duality of Food Consumption,” Angela Hausman, Association for Consumer Research, Portland, OR, October 2004.

“The Influence of the Religious and Cultural Values and Fatalism on Consumer’s Adoption of Innovation: A Conceptual Model,” Morris Kaliny and Angela Hausman, Academy of Marketing Science Multicultural Perspectives Conference, Puebla, Mexico, September, 2004.

“Internet Privacy Preference and Its Impact on Internet Behaviors,” Angela Hausman and Don Lloyd Cook, American Marketing Association Summer Educator’s Conference, Boston, Aug. 2004.

“Examining Key Factors of Supply Chain Optimization: The Maquiladora Example,” Angela Hausman and Diana Haytko, Academy of Marketing Science Conference, Vancouver, Canada, May, 2004.

“Joint Venture Dissolution in Developed and Less Developed Countries: Exploring Political Stability and Types of Termination,” Jennifer Pope, Sindy Chapa and Angela Hausman,
Academy of Marketing Science Conference, Vancouver, Canada, May, 2004.

“An Elaborated Model of Satisfaction With Live Musical Entertainment” Michael Minor and Angela Hausman, Association for Consumer Research Conference, Toronto, Canada, October, 2003.

“I Just Gotta Dance” Angela Hausman, Film Festival, Association for Consumer Research, Toronto, Canada, October, 2003.

“Constellation of the Dance: An Ethnographic Study of Dancers” Angela Hausman, European Association for Consumer Research, Dublin, Ireland, June, 2003.

“Brand Obsessives In Online Communities And Their Effects On Other Consumers: A Study Of The Disney Experience,” Angela Hausman, European Association for Consumer Research, Dublin, Ireland, June, 2003.

“Internet Privacy Preference and Its Impact on Internet Behaviors: A Preliminary Analysis,” Angela Hausman, Ulas Ogark, and Donald Cook, Academy of Marketing Science Conference, Washington, DC, May, 2003.

“Direct-to-Consumer Advertising of Prescription Drugs: Consumer Attitudes and Public Policy Issues,” Steven W. Kopp, Angela Hausman, and Nancy Ostrove, Marketing and Public Policy Conference, Washington, DC, May, 2003

“Country of Origin Effects Among Border Residents: Preliminary Analysis and Future Research” Sindy Chapa and Angela Hausman, AMA Winter Educators’ Proceedings: Marketing
Theory and Applications, Geraldine R. Henderson and Marian Chapman Moore, eds., Orlando, FL, February, 2003, pp.198-199 (abstract).

“A Passion for Performance,” Angela Hausman and Janet Slater, Annual Film Festival, Advances in Consumer Research, Vol. 30, Punam Anand Keller and Dennis W. Rook, eds.
Atlanta, GA Oct. 2003, pp. 6 (abstract).

“Social Aspects of Professional Service Relationships and Their Impact on Client Satisfaction and Compliance”, Angela Hausman, Developments in Marketing Science, Harlan E. Spotts, ed., Sanibel Island, FL, Academy of Marketing Science, May, 2002, pp. 122 (abstract).

“Consumer Perceptions and Use of Online Shopping – We’re Still Not Buying It”, Deanna Mader and Angela Hausman, Association of Collegiate Marketing Educators’ 2002 Conference, St. Louis, Missouri, March, 2002.

“Diffusion of Innovations Through National Governments: Or the Domino Effect Rides Yet Again”, Mohan K. Ramachandran, Michael S. Minor, and Angela Hausman, AMA Winter Educators’ Proceedings: Marketing Theory and Applications, Kenneth R. Evans and Lisa K. Scheer, eds., Austin, TX, February, 2002, 175-177 (abstract).

“The Music Consumption Experience,” with Angela Hauman, Michael Minor and Reto Felix, AMA Educator’s Proceedings: Enhancing Knowledge Development in Marketing, William J. Kehoe and John H. Lindgren, Jr., San Diego, CA, August, 2002, 421-422 (abstract).

“Marketing Government Administered Social Programs: The Case of Services We Can’t Give Away,” Angela Hausman and Deanna Mader, Advances in Consumer Research, Vol. 24, Susan M. Broniarczyk and Kent Nakamoto, eds. Austin, TX, Oct. 2002, 243-244 (abstract).

“Virtual Communities of Consumption: The Disney Culture in Cyberspace,” Angela Hausman and Michael Minor, The 2001 AMA Proceedings: Enhancing Knowledge Development in
Marketing, Vol 12. Greg W. Marshall and Stephen J. Grove, eds. 303-304, 2001 (abstract).

“Employing Internet Technologies to Investigate and Purchase Travel Services: A Comparison of X’ers, Boomers and Mature Market Segments Visiting Florida,” Mark A. Bonn, H. Leslie Furr, and Angela Hausman, CPHTL 2000 Conference, 2000.

“A New Paradigm for Developing Marketing Measures,” Angela Hausman and Deanna Mader, 2000 AMA Educator’s Proceedings: Enhancing Knowledge Development in Marketing,Vol. 11, Gregory T. Gundlach and Patrick E. Murphy eds, Chicago, IL: August, 2000, .

“Profiling Foreign Visitors in a Diverse Florida Community: Impact on Destination Planning,” Angela Hausman and Mark A. Bonn, Developments in Marketing Science, ed Harlan E. Spotts and H. Lee Meadows, Coral Gables, FL: Academy of Marketing Science, Vol. 23, 2000, 410.

“Factors Influencing Consumer Credit Usage” Angela Hausman and Elizabeth Alexander, Developments in Marketing Science XXIII, eds. Harlan E. Spotts and H. Lee Meadows, Coral
Gables, FL: Academy of Marketing Science, Vol. 23, 2000, 88.

“The Roles of Communication and Participative Decision-Making in Patient Compliance,” Angela Hausman, Developments in Marketing Science, eds. Harlan E. Spotts and H. Lee
Meadows, Coral Gables, FL: Academy of Marketing Science, Vol. 23, 2000, 86.

“Project-Based Learning: Combining Theory with Practice”, Angela Hausman, Tony Keys, Deanna Mader, and John Wallace, Small Business Institute Regional Conference, 1999.

“Development of a Scale to Measure Social Aspects of Professional Service Relationships and Its Impact on Key Service Outcome Variables: The Case of Patient- Physician Relationships” Angela Hausman and Deanna Mader, Advances in Marketing Theory, Practice, and Education, eds. Joyce A. Young, Robert D. Green and Faye W. Gilbert, Terre Haute, IN: Society for Marketing Advances, 1999, 247-248.

“Advantages and Problems Created in Generational Business Relationships,” Angela Hausman and Renee J. Fontenot, Advances in Marketing Theory, Practice, and
Education, Joyce A. Young, Robert D. Green and Faye W. Gilbert, eds. Society of Marketing Advances: Terre Haute, IN, 1999, 171-172.

“Understanding Third Party Logistics Relationships From the Perspective of Game and Chaos Theory,” Angela Hausman and Chrisoula Papadopoulou, Connecting to Customers: Value, Volume, and One-to-One, ed. Mike Rich, Atlanta, GA: Center for Business and Industrial Marketing, January 1999.

“Relationship Strength in Business Relationships and Its Role in Observed Relational Outcomes,” Angela Hausman, Advances in Marketing Theory, Practice, and Education, eds.
Duncan Harrington and Ronald D. Taylor, Radford, VA: Society of Marketing Advances, November 1998, 303-305.

“Relationship Strength in Business Relationships: Its Role in Determining the Character of the Relationship,” Angela Hausman, Developments in Marketing Science, eds. John B. Ford and Earl D. Honeycutt, Jr. Norfolk, VA: Academy of Marketing Science 21(1998), 18.

“Technological Diffusion in International Networks,” Angela Hausman, 1996 Forging Alliances in Global Markets: Perspectives on Global and Regional Development, eds Dana-Nicoleta Lascu, Erdener Kaynak, and Zafar Ahmen, Richmond,VA: International Management Development Association, November, 1996, 76-82.

“Just Do It: Driving the Impulse to Buy,” Angela Hausman, Advances in Marketing Theory, Practice, and Education, eds. Elnora W. Stuart, David J. Ortinau, and Ellen M. Moore, Rockhill, SC: Society of Marketing Advances: November, 1996, 344-347.

“Diffusion of Innovations in Relational Networks: A Theoretical Perspective,” Angela Hausman, 1996 AMA Educator’s Proceedings: Enhancing Knowledge Development in
Marketing, eds Cornelia Droge and Roger Calantone, Chicago, IL: American Marketing Association, 7, 223, 1996.

“Antecedents of Effective Communication in the Success of Intercultural Business Relationships,” Angela Hausman, Understanding Change from A Macromarketing
Perspective,The 12th Annual Macromarketing Conference, eds.Sanford Grossbart and Dana Lascu, Richmond, VA: 108-116, 1995.

Books and Book Chapters
“Using Internet Technology to Request Travel Information and Purchase Travel Services: A Comparison of X’ers, Boomers, and Mature Market Segments Visiting Florida” Mark A. Bonn, H. Leslie Furr, and Angela Hausman, Consumer Psychology of Tourism, Hospitality & Leisure. Vol. 2. J.A. Mazanec, G.I. Crouch, J.R. Brent Ritchie, and A. G. Woodside, editors. 187-195, 2001.

Papers Presented in Refereed Special Sessions and Conferences (and not listed
elsewhere.)

“The Dangers of Branded Prescription Drugs: Abuse and Counterfeiting”, Angela Hausman and Chris Manolis, Academy of Marketing Science Conference, Vancouver, BC, May 2008.

“An Examination of the Role of Influence Strategies in the Transition from a Product-Dominant Logic to a Service-Dominant Logic,” Angela Hausman and Wesley J. Johnston, Academy of Marketing Sciences Conference, Coral Gables, FL, May, 2007.

“Influence in the Blogosphere,” Angela Hausman and Don Lloyd Cook, AMA Summer Educator’s Conference, 2005.

“Direct-to-Consumer Advertising: A Consumer Perspective on an Important Public PolicyIssue”, Angela Hausman, George Zinkhan, and Anne Balazs, AMA Winter Educator’s
Conference.

“An Integrated Model of Consumer Adoption: The Case of Short Message Services (SMS),”Yong Jian Wang and Angela Hausman , AMA Winter Educator’s Conference.

“Adoption of Inter-Organizational Systems (IOS): A Conceptual Framework for CoordinatedValue Chain Management”, Angela Hausman, Adesegun Oydele, and Wesley Johnston, 2004 ISBM conference, Boston, August 2004.

“Interpretive Research in Business-to-Business Marketing” Angela Hausman, Evert Gummesson, Wim Biemans, and Elizabeth J. Wilson, special session for 2004 Winter AMA
Educator’s Conference, February, 2004.

“Privacy, Confidentiality, and Intellectual Property Online: Issues and Challenges For Consumer Behavior Research” Angela Hausman, Don Lloyd Cook, and Constance Porter,
special session for European Association for Consumer Research, June, 2003.

“Web Design Issues: Creating Appeal as a Means to Overcome the Digital Divide”, Angela Hausman and David Sturges, special session in the Technology Track of 2003 AMA Winter
Educator’s Conference, February, 2003.

“The Changing Landscape of Health Care Marketing: Preliminary Studies and Future Research Agenda” with Angela Hausman, William Thompson, Steven Kopp, and Kathryn Aiken,
Consumer Behavior Track, 2003 AMA Winter Educators’ Conference, February, 2003.

“Food Marketing Roundtable” with Clifford Schultz, Angela Hausman, et al. special session of the 2002 AMA Summer Educator’s Conference, August, 2002.

“Impact of Front-line Employees’ Customer Orientation on Customer Satisfaction, Loyalty, and Profitability,” Angela Hausman and Mark A. Bonn, Marketing Strategy Track of Academy of Marketing Science, May, 2001.

“New Perspectives on Channel Networks: Special Session” with Angela Hausman, Kathleen Gruben and Renee Fontenot, AMA Winter Educator’s Conference, February 2000.

“Experiential Learning in the Marketing Classroom: Examples of Successful Implementation of Experiential Learning: Special Session”, with Angela Hausman and Deanna Mader and
Elizabeth Alexander, AMA Winter Educator’s Conference, February, 2000.

“Bridging the Gap Between Academia and Practice: Managing Experiential Applications,” with Kathleen Gruben and Angela Hausman, Academy of Marketing Science, May, 1999.

“Marginalization of Women Marketing Academics: A Question of Issues,” American Marketing Association Summer Educators’ Conference. February 1999.

“Using Participant Observation to Unravel Emotional Moments of Extended Service Encounters,” Eric J. Arnould, Linda L. Price, and Angela Hausman, presented as part of a special
session for Association for Consumer Research, Fall, 1995.

“Commercial Friendships: Service Provider-Client Relationship Dynamics” with Linda Price, Eric Arnould, and Angela Hausman, Frontiers in Services Conference, October 1995.

“Only Your Hairdresser Knows for Sure: An Exploration of Boundary-Open Relationships Between Customers and Service Providers,” with Angela Hausman and Linda L. Price,
American Marketing Association Summer Educators’ Conference, August 1995.


Invited Presentations

“Consumer Issues Related to DTC Advertising”, US Food and Drug Administration Hearing on Prescription Drug Advertising Policy, Sept, 2003.

“How Can We Achieve Our Vision”, LG Enterprises (Zenith), Reynosa, Mexico, July, 2002.

“Innovation Among Small Businesses in Spain”, Center for Business and Industrial Marketing Conference, Atlanta, GA, February, 2002.

“E-commerce: Myths and Realities”, 2001 TAMACC Conference sponsored by the Texas Association of Mexican-American Chambers of Commerce, McAllen, TX, July, 2001.

“Improving Patient Compliance,” Third International Conference on Health Issues, University of Texas – Pan American, March, 2001.

Submissions to Conferences and Journals
“Understanding the Role the Message Strategy and Partisanship in Political Advertising in Mexico: The Case of the 2006 Presidential Election”, Sindy Chapa, Angela Hausman, and
Michael Minor, Journal of Advertising, August, 2009.

“Modeling Country of Origin Indicators across Product Categories: A Bicultural Study Among Mexican and Chilean” by Sindy Chapa and Angela Hausman, submitted to the Journal of
International Consumer Marketing, October, 2009.

“Hedonistic Rationality: Or Using a “Muddling Through” Approach to Food Consumption,” Angela Hausman, submitted to the Journal of Business Research, October, 2009.

“Metrics for Evaluating Computer Mediated Communication in B2B Relationships,” Angela Hausman, submitted to the Industrial Marketing Management, December, 2009.

“Attribute Satisfaction and Hyperinvolvement in Evaluations of Live Musical Performance: Managerial Implications for Services, Angela Hausman, submitted to the Journal of Services Marketing, December, 2009.

Working Papers
“Cognitive And Affective Evaluations of Political Advertising in Latin America: The Effect of Message Strategy”, Sindy Chapa and Angela Hausman, nearing completion

“Consumers’ Perspectives of Multi-Channel Integration: Explorations and Theory Development”, Angela Hausman and Wesley J. Johnston, nearing completion.

“Crossing the Border for a Cure: Retailing Prescription Drugs in Mexico” with George Zinkhan, targeted at Journal of Public Policy and Marketing, currently nearing completion.

“Internet Privacy Preference and Its Impact on Internet Behaviors “with Wesley J. Johnston, targeted at the Journal of Retailing, currently nearing completion.

“Branding of Illicit Drugs”, with Chris Manolis, targeted at the Association for Consumer Research film festival, in final editing stage.

Education
University of South Florida (1994-1998)   Tampa, Florida   Ph. D. – May 1998
Dissertation: Cooperative Adoption of Technological Innovations in the Context of Long Term Relationships: A Channel Perspective
Chair: James Stock; Committee: William Locander, Miriam Stamps, and Terrence Sincich

University of Pittsburgh (1983-1987)   Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; M.B.A. Marketing Concentration

University of Pittsburgh (1976-1980)   Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; B. S. Biology

Teaching Experience
Associate Professor, Howard University 2009- present
Associate Professor, University of North Carolina –Pembroke 2008-2009
Associate Professor, Xavier Univesity 2006-2008
Associate Professor, University of Texas – Pan American 2004-2006
Assistant Professor, Tenure Track, University of Texas – 2000- 2004 Pan American, Edinburg, TX
Assistant professor, Tenure Track, Marshall University   Huntington, WV 1998-2000
Visiting Professor, Adjunct Instructor and Graduate
Teaching Assistant University of South Florida 1994-1998   Tampa, FL
Adjunct Professor, Florida Southern College   Lakeland, FL 1997-1998
Instructor, Pasco-Hernando Community College   New Port Richey, FL 1990-1994

Professional Experience

Co-Owner, Hausman & Associates, Inc. 1987-present
-Increased sales by ten fold in 5 years
-Developed and implemented internal marketing plans.

Management Consultant, Small Business Development Center 1986-1987
University of South Florida
-Developed and taught courses in Marketing, Computers and Organization to small business owners
-Consulted with individual small business owners.

Account Management, International Computerized  Telemarketing, Langhorne, PA  1984-1986
-Developed and implemented direct marketing plans for high tech consumer and industrial clients
-Designed and implemented ECHO award-winning marketing

Professional Memberships
American Marketing Association; Academy of Marketing Science, and the Association for
Consumer Research.

Funded Research
Analysis of Hospital Data, Cincom, $5000.
Analysis of Newsletter Readership, Cincom, $20,000.
Immigrants Attitudes Toward Food Consumption and Over-consumption, UTPA Graduate Office, Faculty Research Award, $3400.
Internet Privacy, Center for Information Technology, $8000.
Cross Border Utilization of Medical and Pharmaceutical Services by Texans, Winter Texans, and visitors, Center for Business and Economic Studies, summer
research grant, $6000.
Patient – Physician Relationships and their Impact on Patient Compliance, UTPA and NIH Infrastructure Grant Program, $6500
Marketing Orientation of Service Employees, Summer Research Grant, Marshall University, 2000, $2000.
Increasing Compliance with Preventative Health Measures, funded by WVMI, 2000, $24,000.
Ph.D. Dissertation, funded through Gaienie Grant Program, 1998, $5000.
Market Feasibility Analysis for Specialty Chemicals, funded by Clearon Corporation, 1999, $16,000.
Opinion Poll of Resident’s Attitudes Toward Leisure, funded through Greater Huntington Division of Parks and Recreation, 1998, $6000.
Market Analysis of the Coated Fastener Industry, funded by HUD and Star Technologies, 1999, $10,000.
Student and Faculty/ Staff Opinions Toward Activities in a New Recreation Center, 1999, $3000.

Honors and Awards
2008 Advertising Educational Foundation – Visiting Professor Program participant with Grey Advertising
2003 University of Texas – Pan American, Outstanding Faculty Member, Professional Achievement.
2003 University of Texas – Austin, Moot Corp. Fellow
2002 Included in Who’s Who in America – Professional Academics
2000 Included in Who’s Who in America
2000 Travel Award, Marshall University
1999 Inducted into Beta Gamma Sigma Honorary Society
1999 Nominated for Outstanding Teaching Award – Academy of Marketing Science
1999 Travel Award, Marshall University
1998 Nominated for Outstanding Graduate Teaching Award, University of South Florida
1997 College of Business Gaienie Dissertation Grant Recipient
1994-1997 College of Business Doctoral Fellowship
1996 Southern Marketing Association Doctoral Consortium Fellow
1996 Council of Logistics Management Doctoral Symposium

Community Service
Marketing Committee, Cincinnati Ballet, 2006-present.
Co-op Teacher, Heart Homeschool Association, 2005 –2006.
Advertising and Public Relations, Edinburg Rotary, 2004 – 2005.
Co-Chair, Advertising and Publicity, South Texas Dance, 2002 – 2005.
Co-Chair, Corporate and Government Funding Opportunities Committee, The Rio Grande Valley Ballet, 2002.
Member, Advisory Board, Center for Economic Options, Charleston, WV 1998-2000.
B’Nai Shalom Congregation, Religious School Teacher, 1998-1999.
Carrollwood Elementary School, Homeroom Mother 1996-1997.
Carrollwood Elementary School, Guest Reader, 1996-1998.
Tampa Museum of Art, Chair Fund Raising Committee, 5 years.
Kol Ami Sisterhood, Chair Fund Raising Committee, 5 years.
Hillsborough County Schools, Volunteer Reader, 3 years.

References Available Upon Request


Dr. Angela V. Hausman, PhD of Marketing at Howard Universtiy (Washington, DC)

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