Mark D. Cistulli, an Assistant Professor, holds a Ph.D. in Communication Processes and Marketing Communications and an M.B.A. with a specialization in Marketing from the University of Connecticut. He also holds a B.A. in Sociology from Boston College. His current research interests include studying political candidates as “brands,” media priming, and integrated marketing communication campaigns. Dr. Cistulli’s other research interests include health communication and nonverbal communication. He teaches courses in advertising, public relations, mass communication, and corporate communication. He also has taught classes in persuasion and public speaking. In 2011 he received an Innovations in Teaching and Learning Award for his teaching of CMM 462 Advertising Competition.
Mark has a decade of marketing, communications and public relations experience in the private and public sectors. In his free time, he enjoys softball, golfing, mountain biking, and playing with his daughter, Scarlett. He also likes watching sports, listening to music, and is an avid fan of the New York Yankees.
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