Dennis A. Paris

Dennis A. Paris

  • Fox School of Business and Management

    • Marketing

      • Assistant Professor of Practice

Biography

Dennis has over 25 years of marketing management and business development experience in IT based B2B/B2C markets for international brands such as Phillips NV and OKI Data Americas. He has managed new product launch teams, and has led the development and planning of numerous strategic marketing initiatives for market and channel expansion in the U.S, South America, and in Europe. Brands such as Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Gerresheimer AG, Canadian Pharmacists Association and the Manufacturing Alliance of Philadelphia have benefitted from Dennis’ marketing strategy and planning experience as well as his consulting background. Dennis volunteers his time by serving on the boards of Philly SHRM and Economic Development Corporation of Gloucester Township, NJ. Dennis earned his MBA from Drexel’s LeBow College of Business and holds a BBA in Marketing from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. He loves to ski, play tennis, and has a passion for the choral arts; as a tenor, he has performed with the Chamber Singers of the Greater South Jersey Chorus and the Philadelphia Boys Choir & Men’s Chorale. As Assistant Professor of Practice for the Department of Marketing and Supply Chain Management at the Fox School of Business, Dennis has been the recipient of the 2016 Crystal Apple Teaching, 2015 PMBA Professor of the Year and 2014 Teaching and Mentoring awards.

Courses Taught

Number

Name

Level

MKTG 2101

Marketing Management

Undergraduate

MKTG 5001

Marketing Management/Strategy

Graduate

MKTG 5104

Marketing Strategy

Graduate

MKTG 5118

Marketing MS Capstone

Graduate

MKTG 5303

Market Analysis and Strategy

Graduate

MKTG 5411

Marketing Management

Graduate

Selected Publications

Recent

  • Hill, T., Paris, D., Nash, D., & Blau, G. (2020). Live-Problem Project v. Client-Based Project: Which Is Most Effective for Perceived Learning of MBA-Level Marketing Concepts.? Journal of Education and Development, 4(3), 46. doi: 10.20849/jed.v4i3.806.

  • Blau, G., Szewczuk, R., Fitzgerald, J., Paris, D., & Guglielmo, M. (2018). Comparing Business School Faculty Classification for Perceptions of Student Cheating. Journal of Academic Ethics, 16(4), 301-315. doi: 10.1007/s10805-018-9315-4.