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Kulick, Jeffrey

Academic Unit:Marketing
Position:Instructor
Phone:703-993-2197
Office Location:Enterprise Hall 128
Office Hours:Monday, Wednesday 3:30-4:30pm, Tuesdsay, Thursday 11:00-12:00N & By Appointmentment
Education:
  • MBA, Keller Graduate School of Business
  • BA, Oakland University
Profile:

Jeffrey Kulick is a marketing instructor in the School of Business. He received his MBA from the Keller Graduate School of Business and his BA from Oakland University.

Kulick began as an adjunct faculty member at Mason in August of 2001 and is now a full-time faculty member. He teaches courses in marketing management, principles of marketing, managing in the global economy, sales management, international marketing, business and business marketing, nonprofit markets and other marketing-related courses at both the Mason MBA and undergraduate levels.

In addition to his teaching background, Kulick has had a distinguished professional career in non-profit management and consulting. Past experiences include serving as the Vice President of Planning and Marketing for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Executive Director of the National School Transportation Association, and strategic planning and marketing consultant to both private and public sector organizations. He has also worked on editorial and review projects for a number of publications.

Research and Awards:

Received a University Area Service Award from George Mason’s School of Business Marketing Area in 2015.

Received a Teaching Award from George Mason’s School of Business in 2015.

Nominated for a University Service Award from George Mason University in 2015.

Received a Teaching Award from George Mason University School of Business in 2015.

Received a University Service Award from George Mason University School of Business in 2015.

Received the Service Award from George Mason’s School of Business in 2014. 

Was nominated for a Teaching Award from George Mason University in 2014.

Had the paper titled “A New Way of Learning: The Impact of Hybrid Distance Education on Student Performance” (with coauthors Kevin McCrohan, Frank Philpot, and James Harvey) published in the conference proceedings for the Horizon Report E-Live Webinar New Media Consortium and the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative in 2014.

Had the presentation titled “The Effects of Peer Collaboration on Student Evaluations of Distance Education in Marketing” published in the proceedings from the Society for Marketing Advances (with Jim Harvey, Kevin McCrohan, and Frank Allen Philpot).

Presented the paper titled “Effects of Peer Helping on Evaluations of Distance Learning” at the George Mason University Distance Education Council in Fairfax, Virginia in 2012 (with Jim Harvey, Kevin McCrohan, and Frank Allen Philpot).

Presented the paper (with Jim Harvey, Kevin McCrohan, and Frank Allen Philpot) titled, “The Impact of Hybrid Distance Learning on Student Performance”, at the 7th International American Institute of Higher Education Conference in Williamsburg, VA. The paper was also published in the conference proceedings.