Professor

Gary K. Hunter, MBA, PhD

Associate Professor of Marketing, Clemson University

BUSINESS EDUCATOR • MARKETING STRATEGY• RESEARCHER • AUTHOR • SPEAKER •CONSULTANT

Teaching Experience (a/o: Novermber 2015)


Teaching Interests

Undergraduate: Personal Selling and Sales Management, Sales Leadership, Basic Marketing. Marketing Strategy, Marketing Analytics, Marketing Research, Digital Marketing, Marketing and Innovation, Entrepreneurial Marketing

MBA: Marketing Management MBA Core, Sales Management, Business Marketing, Brand Management, Negotiation, Sports Business, and Marketing Analytics

Doctoral: Structural Equation Modeling, Marketing Strategy Seminar, B2B Marketing, Marketing Theory, and Research Methods

Teaching Experience: courses taught (# sections; university)

Undergraduate-level   

  • Professional Selling   
    (2 sections, CU; 1 ongoing)
    Intermediate Marketing Mgt.
    (6 sections;  ASU)
     
    Sales Management
    (5 sections; UNC & FIU)
     
    Basic Marketing
    (3 sections; CWRU & FIU)
    Personal Selling and Sales Mgt.
    (1 section; CWRU)

Masters-level                    

  • * MBA Marketing Core  

    (29 sections; CWRU, ASU, FIU & CU; 1 ongoing)
       
    Sales Management    
    (4 sections; FIU)
    * Business Marketing  
    (1 section; CWRU)
    * Brand & Product Mgt.
    (1 section; CWRU)
    Negotiation
    (1 section; FIU)
    Marketing Analytics 
    (1 section; CWRU)
    Sports Business Practicum
    (1 section; ASU)

Doctoral-level

  • * Structural Equation Modeling 
    (2 sections; CWRU)
    Doctoral dissertation committees
    (11 students, ASU & CWRU)

Note for teaching experience: An “*” above preceding the course name indicates prior nomination(s) for teaching awards.

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Undergraduate Honors theses committees

  • Director, Michael Beshara (2002), Arizona State University, Honors College.

  • Director, Chris Burke (2001), Arizona State University, Honors College

  • Third Reader, Nermine Mansour (2001), Arizona State University, Honors College.

     

Methods Advisor: Doctoral Quantitative Research Project Requirement

Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University, Executive Doctorate of Management (DM) and PhD program, numerous students, 2011-present.

 

Teaching awards & selected Faculty development activities 

2013    Nomination for CWRU Teaching Excellence Award for MBA marketing core course.
2012    Nomination for CWRU Teaching Excellence Award for MBA marketing core course.
2012    Nomination for CWRU Doctoral Teaching Excellence and Mentoring Award for a PhD course on structural equation modeling.
2011    Nomination for CWRU Teaching Excellence Award for MBA marketing core course.
2010    Nomination for CWRU Teaching Excellence Award for MBA marketing core course.
2008    Nomination for CWRU Teaching Excellence Award for MBA marketing elective courses on both brand management and business marketing.
2008    Completed “Teaching Negotiation to Senior Executives,” Harvard Program on Negotiations.
2003    Nomination for John W. Teets Outstanding Graduate Teaching Award, W.P. Carey for MBA marketing core, Arizona State University.
2001    Completed “Teaching with the Case Method,” Faculty Workshop, Harvard Business School.

 

Career Summary of Students’ Teaching Experience and Student Evaluations

Includes courses taught at UNC, ASU, FIU, and CWRU from August 1997 through July 2015

 

 

Number of sections taught

 

Average
enrollment

 

Total # of
students

# of different courses
taught

 

Instructor
Ratings

 

Course
ratings

Undergraduate  
level

17

32.1

546

5

4.39

4.25

Graduate
level

40

36.3

1416

8

4.05

4.06

ALL

57

34.4

1962

13

4.16

4.09

Note: Student ratings are shown on a 5-piont scale; 5 represents highest rating, while 1 represents the lowest rating; reverse scored where appropriate for consistency across university faculty appointments. Instructor ratings at most recent faculty appointment (Clemson University) average 4.50 for graduate and 4.35 for undergraduate level courses. 

 

Gary K. Hunter, PhD

Gary, during class, while teaching the MBA core marketing course during Fall 2012.