Marketing Ph.D. Candidate Wins AMAF Diversity Scholarship

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  • Monique Bell, a LeBow marketing Ph.D. Candidate, is a recipient of the 2011 American Marketing Association Foundation (AMAF) Valuing Diversity Ph.D. Scholarship.

  • Award honors those with strong academic work and who have demonstrated a commitment to advancing diversity.

Monique Bell, a LeBow College marketing Ph.D. Candidate, is a recipient of the 2011 American Marketing Association Foundation (AMAF) Valuing Diversity Ph.D. Scholarship. The award honors those who have strong academic work and have demonstrated a commitment to advancing diversity.

The award was created to allow Ph.D. candidates to further their research. 

The American Marketing Association Foundation recognizes excellence in marketing through its numerous industry awards.  Honoring, communicating and celebrating the achievements of marketing leaders and emerging talent helps advance the important work of marketing and its contributions to the business world and society.

     

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