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Marketing Education Review: The Journal for the Scholarship of Marketing Education
Editor: Brian A. Vander Schee, Aurora University (MER@aurora.edu)
Web Site Manager: Brent Smith, Saint Joseph's University

The focus of Marketing Education Review is to promote innovative approaches to curriculum, course design, instruction, student learning and faculty development. It welcomes submissions from a broad range of research methodologies in marketing education. In all cases, innovation and assessment serve as hallmarks of the journal.

MER is proudly sponsored by the Society for Marketing Advances. Members of SMA receive an online subscription to MER as part of their annual dues. For more information visit www.marketingadvances.org.

"If you are a marketing educator, you need to be reading Marketing Education Review. It is an excellent source of information on teaching innovations, and has many ideas that can improve your teaching approaches as well as your student evaluations. Regularly reviewing the articles can help you to develop your teaching skills on an ongoing basis, and close inspection of the annual spring issue on teaching innovations is a must!" -Joseph Hair, Jr., Kennesaw State University

"Faced with rising student expectations, academics are under increasing pressure to 'raise their game' and improve their teaching skills. Fortunately, MER provides academics with an endless well of great and innovative ideas so that they can offer students a valuable learning experience without losing rigour in the classroom. MER is therefore an essential reading for all of us." -Thorsten Gruber, Loughborough University, UK

"Marketing Education Review has become the journal of choice for those who wish to disseminate their research on marketing education topics. MER contains the latest advances and insights on marketing education and provides many contributions that can be applied directly toward enhancing classroom success." -O.C. Ferrell, University of New Mexico
 
Abstracting and Indexing: Cabell's Directory of Publishing Opportunities in Marketing, Education Resources Information Center (ERIC), Google Scholar, Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC) Journal Quality List, Business Source Complete, Corporate ResourceNET, and EBSCOhost.

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Editorial Board
Senior Advisory Board:
Irvine Bud Clarke III, James Madison University; Vicky Crittenden, Babson College; Darren Dahl, University of British Columbia, Canada; Dawn Deeter-Schmelz, Kansas State University; Mitch Griffin, Bradley University; Jane Hemsley-Brown, University of Surrey, United Kingdom; Doug Hoffman*, Colorado State University; Rhea Ingram, Auburn University Montgomery; Buddy LaForge* (Founding Editor), University of Louisville; Larry Neale, Queensland University of Technology, Australia; Pookie Sautter*, New Mexico State University; Jeff Tanner, Baylor University
*former MER editor

Editorial Review Board: Avery Abernethy, Auburn University; Tim Aurand, Northern Illinois University; Todd Bacile, Loyola University--New Orleans; Greg Black, Metropolitan State University of Denver; Elsamari Botha, University of Cape Town, South Africa; Colin Campbell, Kent State University; Tom Chapman, University of Southampton, United Kingdom; John Cicala, Texas A&M University--Kingsville; Cristian Dabiga, Babes-Bolyai University, Romania; Charlene Davis, Trinity University; Rebecca Dingus, Central Michigan University; Jenna Drenten, Loyola University--Chicago; Riley Dugan, University of Dayton; Dawn Edmiston, College of William & Mary; Linda Ferrell, University of New Mexico; O.C. Ferrell, University of New Mexico; Lukas Forbes, Western Kentucky University; John Ford, Old Dominion University; Tom Foster, Lulea University of Technology, Sweden; Larry Garber, Elon University; Tim Graeff, Middle Tennessee State University; Teegan Green, University of Queensland, Australia; Kevin Gwinner, Kansas State University; Earl Honeycutt, Elon University; Rajesh Iyer, Bradley University; Keith Jones, Saint Leo University; Saim Kashmiri, University of Mississippi; Astrid Keel, Auburn University; Pam Kennett-Hensel, University of New Orleans; Nicole Kirpalani, LIM College; Felicia Lassk, Northeastern University; Debbie Laverie, Texas Tech University; Mark Lee, Colorado State University; Kate Letheren, Queensland University of Technology, Australia; Annie Liu, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand; Donna Mai, University of Westminster, United Kingdom; Tracy Meyer, University of North Carolina--Wilmington; Adam Mills, Simon Fraser University, Canada; Alex Milovic, Marquette University; Kyeong Sam Min, University of New Orleans; Deon Nel, University of Pretoria, South Africa; Sarath Nonis, Arkansas State University; Pallab Paul, University of Denver; Kirk Plannger, King's College London, United Kingdom; Michael Polonsky, Deakin University, Australia; Kelly Price, East Tennessee State University; Bill Pride, Texas A&M University; Scott Radford, University of Calgary, Canada; Philip Rauschnabel, University of Michigan--Dearborn; Regina Schlee, Seattle Pacific University; Jeremy Sierra, Texas State University--San Marcos; Brent Smith, Saint Joseph's University; Roxanne Stell, Northern Arizona University; Karen Stone, Southern New Hampshire University; Scott Swanson, University of Wisconsin--Eau Claire; Amy Morgan Tomas, University of Vermont; Doug Tseng, Portland State University; Tracy Tuten, East Carolina University; Stuart Van Auken, Florida Gulf Coast University; Gene van Heerden, University of Pretoria, South Africa; Joel Whalen, DePaul University; Sarah Wilner, Wilfred Laurier University, Canada; Kathryn Winsted, Pace University; Barbara Ross Wooldridge, University of Texas--Tyler


Table of Contents
Fall 2014
Vol. 24 No. 3

From the Editor
181
Teaching Creativity in the Marketing Curriculum
Stephen P. Ramocki 183
Using StrengthsFinder to Identify Relationships Between Marketing Graduate Strengths and Career Outcomes
Chuck Tomkovick and Scott Swanson 197
The Importance of Course Design on Classroom Performance of Marketing Students
Gregory S. Black, Clayton L. Daughtrey, and Jeffrey S. Lewis 213
Explaining Student Interaction and Satisfaction: An Empirical Investigation of Delivery Mode Influence
Zachary S. Johnson, Robert Cascio, and Carolyn A. Massiah 227
CASE STUDY
Emporium Luggage
Bruce C. Bailey and Michael A. Levin 239
Index to Volume 24
247

 

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