Marketing Academics Newsletter

Marketing Academics: Newsletter

The Marketing Academics Newsletter evolved from a series of print publications dating back to 1920s and the origins of the American Marketing Association as the National Association of Teachers of Marketing & Advertising. In its current digital version, it is sent to all Academic and Doctoral Student Members of the American Marketing Association. Others have the ability to subscribe to the newsletter as well by updating their member preferences. 


 Marketing Academics Newlsetter Archive

  • Marketing-Academics-November-2016


    The November 2016 Marketing Academics highlighted the Journal of Marketing's Special Issue featuring content developed by the Marketing Science Institute as well as the 2017 Winter AMA Conference program.

  • Marketing Academics: July 2016

    Marketing Academics: July 2016

    Featuring the ten tips for doctoral students going on the market, new ideas on consumer-based research from Rebecca Hamilton, profiles on new Academic Council members and information on Summer AMA 2016. Also, don't miss the Winter AMA 2016 Call for Papers!

  • Marketing Academics: May 2016

    Marketing Academics: May 2016

    Featuring the the debut of AMA's global brand identity, V. Kumar's perspectives on Journal of Marketing, a profile of SIG Leadership Award Winner Ray Fisk, along with important event news like Summer AMA, Marketing & Public Policy, and Academic Placement.

  • Marketing Academics March 2016

    Marketing Academics March 2016

    ​Featuring the launch of the new "Editors' Perspectives" series and the second intallment of the "To Teach or Not to Teach" series, the March 2016 Marketing Academics newsletter also included highlights from the Winter AMA 2016 conference in Las Vegas.

  • Marketing Academics: January 2016

    Marketing Academics: January 2016

    ​Featuring the launch of the new "Profiles from the Academy" series and the popular "To Teach or Not to Teach" column, the January 2016 Marketing Academics newsletter also highlighted the AMA's growing number of Article Snapshots and new Scholarly Insights pieces.

  • Marketing Academics: November 2015

    Marketing Academics: November 2015

    ​​Marketing Academics is a regular newsletter, with information on conferences, new scholarly research, teaching insights and community news designed with the applied academic in mind.

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