Stephen Walsh, Ph.D.

 
 

Associate Professor of Marketing

Office:

328 Netzer Administration Building

Phone:

607.436.3519

Email:

walshsm@oneonta.edu

Education: Ph.D., Education , University of California-Riverside (1989); M.B.A., California State University (1976); B.A., English, Loyola University of Los Angeles (1965)

Stephen Walsh, Ph.D.


Recent Intellectual Contributions:

Learning & Pedagogical Research: Other Intellectual Contributions (10)

Walsh, S. (2007). "Approaching the Development of a Model to Support the Integration of Ethical Instruction Across the Business Curriculum" (1st ed., vol. IV, pp. Pg. 37, 4 pages). Oneonta, New York: Celebration of Teaching.

Walsh, S. (2007). "Integrating Insights to Facilitate the Improvement of Student Composition Skills in a University Level Writing for Business and the Professions Course" (1st ed., vol. IV, pp. P. 41, 3 pages). Oneonta, New York: Celebration of Teaching.

Walsh, S. (2006). "Engaging Students: Developing Informed, Broadminded Knowledge-Based Perspectives in International Marketing" (pp. 25-29). Oneonta, New York: Celebration of Teaching.

Walsh, S. (2006). "Opening Minds and Crystallizing Information: Empowering Students to be Life-Long Learners in Marketing Management" (pp. 15-18). Oneonta, New York: Celebration of Teaching.

Walsh, S. (2005). "Toward a Model of How American Marketing Association Collegiate Chapter Projects Become Student Learning Experiences: (pp. 44-51). SUNY, Oneonta, NY: Celebration of Teaching.

Walsh, S. (2005). "Lighting the Fire: Invigorating a College-Level Marketing Course in Consumer Behavior to Enhance Student Learning Experiences and Prepare Students for Change" (37-43 ed.). SUNY, Oneonta, NY: Celebration of Teaching.

Walsh, S. (Presenter & Author), Celebration of Teaching, "Opening Minds and Crystallizing Information: Empowering Students to be Life-Long Learners in Marketing Management," SUNY-Oneonta, SUNY-Oneonta. (October 23, 2006).

Walsh, S., Celebration of Teaching, "Lighting the Fire: Invigorating a College-Level Marketing Course in Consumer Behavior to Enhance Student Learning Experiences and Prepare Students for Change," SUNY, Oneonta, SUNY, Oneonta. (November 16, 2005).

Walsh, S., Celebration of Teaching, "Toward a Model of How American Marketing Association College rate Chapter Projects Become Student Learning Experiences," SUNY, Oneonta, SUNY, Oneonta. (November 16, 2005).

Walsh, S., Annual Conference, "Developing a Student Organization into a Context of Vibrant On-Going Learning Experiences," Association of Marketing Educators, Albany, NY. (October 20, 2005).

Discipline-Based Scholarship: Other Intellectual Contributions (9)

Walsh, S. (2010). Preliminary Matters to Bear in Mind That Will Become Inherent Parts of the Sales Presentation: Underlying Principles That Can Turn Potentialities into Profitability (1st ed., vol. 48, pp. 27-40). Syracuse, NY: Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Association of Marketing Educators.

Walsh, S. (2009). Customer Relationship Marketing: Making thje Marketing Concept Really Work (one ed., vol. VI, pp. 43-51). Oneonta, NY: Celebration of Teaching.

Walsh, S. (2009). Insights and Perspectives regarding Place, the Traditional Stepchild of the Marketing Mix (one ed., vol. VI, pp. 52-60). Oneonta, NY: Celebration of Teaching.

Walsh, S. (2008). Creating Academic Rigor and Facilitating Ease of Access to Everything thar Sales and Sales Management Involves" (1st ed., vol. V). Celebration of Teaching.

Walsh, S. (2008). Making Introduction to Business Informative and Accessible to All and Challenging for Most. Celebration of Teaching.

Walsh, S. (2008). "Questioning and Creative Listening as the Keys to Successfully Closing Sales". Association of Marketing Educators.

Walsh, S. (2007). "Establishing and Developing Alliances as a Key to Success in an Ever More Complex Marketing Environment" (1st ed., vol. 45, pp. P. 25-44, 19 pages). Philadelphia, PA: Association of Marketing Educators.

Walsh, S. (Presenter & Author), Annual Conference, "The Increasing Globalization of Marketing and How Firms Can Still Become A Robust Part of this Ongoing Development," Association of Marketing Educators, Burlington, Vermont. (October 19, 2006).

Walsh, S., Annual Conference, "A Practical Approach to Constructively Resolving Prospective Buyers' Objections," Atlantic Marketing Association, Salem, Massachusetts. (October 1, 2005).

Contributions to Practice: Peer Reviewed Journals (1)

Walsh, S. (2006). Issues to Consider When Managing Place Aspects of the Marketing Mix. Journal of the Association of Marketing Educators, 9(2, Spring 2006), 219-232.

Contributions to Practice: Other Intellectual Contributions (3)

Walsh, S. (Presenter & Author), Celebration of Teaching, "Teaching Technical Writing as a Skill That is Worth Persuing and a Possible Avenue to a Career," SUNY Oneonta, SUNY Oneonta. (November 2010).

Walsh, S. (Presenter & Author), Faculty Seminar Series, "My Five Years in State Prison: Reflections on My Experiences in Teaching Classes Behind Bars Through Another University Before Coming to SUNY," School of Economics and Business, SUNY Oneonta. (September 15, 2010).

Walsh, S., Annual Collegiate Conference, "Preparing the Chapter Plan and Annual Report," American Marketing Association, New Orleans, Louisiana. (April 16, 2005).