|Office:||Alter Hall 519|
|Research Interests:||Teaching Innovation, Technology and Teaching, Assessing student learning|
Mary Conran is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Marketing at the Fox School of Business. She is responsible for development and presentation of introductory, intermediate and advanced undergraduate and graduate level marketing courses. In addition to teaching a variety of upper division Marketing courses (Marketing Research, Consumer & Buyer Behavior, Direct Marketing, Value Delivery Networks, Global Marketing, and Marketing Strategy), she also delivers content for the school’s Professional MBA and MS programs. She has taught at Temple University’s Rome Campus during Summer 2005, 2011, and 2014 and has lead students on study abroad sessions to Ghana, India and Vietnam.
Prior to her Full-time appointment at The Fox School of Business in 2001, Mary held high level positions (with direct P & L responsibility including President, CEO, CFO/Treasurer) with several small firms (Annual sales ranging from $1M to $20M). She specialized in working with businesses seeking strategic and operational reorganization; industries included manufacturing, service, and wholesale organizations.
She received her Masters of Business Administration in International Business and Marketing from Temple University in May 1981. She earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration/Marketing from Temple University in August 1979.
- MSCM Dept Teaching Award (2014)
- MS Teaching Award (2014)
- AMA Hugh G. Wales Outstanding Faculty Advisor Award (2014)
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- Value Delivery Systems
- Marketing Strategy
- Marketing Research