Dr. Shelby Hunt Honored as American Marketing Association Fellow
By: Trevor Bell
Through his years of research, student engagement, and involvement with the professional and academic marketing community, Dr. Shelby Hunt, Jerry S. Rawls and P.W. Horn Professor of Marketing, is being honored as a member of the inaugural American Marketing Association (AMA) Fellow cohort.
The AMA Fellow designation is given to individuals who have made significant contributions to the research, theory and practice of marketing, and to the service and activities of the AMA over a prolonged period of time. The AMA Fellow program is intended to not only recognize marketing academics' achievement, but also provide regular opportunities for fellowship, discussion and collaboration. Dr. Hunt - along with 30 other honorees - will be recognized at the 2015 AMA Winter Marketing Educators' Conference in San Antonio on Friday, February 13 during a reception in the recipients' honor.
"I am honored to be in the inaugural cohort of AMA Fellows," Dr. Hunt said.
The American Marketing Association is the leading professional association for marketers and academics involved in the practice, teaching, and study of marketing worldwide. With a global network of over 30,000 members, the AMA serves as one of the largest marketing associations in the world.This supports the efforts outlined in the Rawls College of Business Strategic Plan. Learn more about the LEADER 2020 Strategic Plan and follow our progress on Twitter at #RawlsLeads.