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About Michael D. Giebelhausen

Michael Giebelhausen is an assistant professor of marketing at the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration (SHA). He earned his PhD in marketing from Florida State University (FSU), graduate degrees from Loyola University Chicago, undergraduate degrees from the University of Illinois, and a "ductorate" from Walt Disney University.

Giebelhausen teaches Marketing Management for Services and Marketing Research, and he has been honored with the FSU College of Business PhD Teaching Award and the SHA Ted Teng '79 Dean's Teaching Excellence Award.

Giebelhausen's research focuses on consumer behavior and signaling in service settings with a particular emphasis on the effects of green marketing.

Positions

2009 - Present Assistant Professor, Cornell University School of Hotel Administration
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2007 - 2009 Instructor, Florida State University
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Research Interests

Services Marketing, Green Marketing, Transformative Consumer Behavior, Social Influence, Cocreation and Customer Experience, Frontline Service Encounters, Sustainability in Service Settings, Motivated Reasoning, and Prosocial Consumer Behavior

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Honors and Awards

  • Finalist for Northeastern University D'Amore-McKim School of Business Ron Copeland Best Paper Award for 2014
  • Nominated for American Marketing Association 2014 AMA Best Services Article Award
  • Florida State University College of Business 2007-2008 Ph.D. Teaching Award
  • Cornell University School of Hotel Administration 2011-2012 Ted Teng ’79 Dean’s Teaching Excellence Award

Education

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2009 Ph.D. in Marketing, Florida State University
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2003 M.B.A. in Marketing, Loyola University Chicago
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2002 M.S. in Integrated Marketing Communications, Loyola University Chicago
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1998 B.S. in Marketing, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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1997 A.B. in Economics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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