Baglione, Stephen

Title: Professor of Marketing and Quantitative Methods

Department: Communication Management, Marketing, and Multi-media

Phone: 352-588-8228

Email: stephen.baglione@saintleo.edu

Education:

  • Doctorate of Philosophy (Marketing), University of South Carolina (1994)
  • Master of Arts (Economics), University of South Carolina (1991)
  • Bachelor of Arts (Economics, History, and Political Science), Queens College (CUNY), 1985

Biography:

Stephen L. Baglione is Professor of Marketing and Quantitative Methods at Saint Leo University in Florida. He received his doctorate in Marketing from the University of South Carolina. Dr. Baglione has authored or co-authored almost 80 refereed journal and proceedings articles for publications such as the British Food Journal, Chinese Management Studies, Electronic Markets, Journal of Excellence in College Teaching, Journal of Promotion Management, Quarterly Review of Distance Education, and The Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship. He was a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia. He has won the University Teacher of the Year. He is a multiple winner of the Saint Leo University Research of the Year (five times) and School of Business Researcher of the Year (seven times) and Teacher of the Year (five times). He has also won the SLU Student Government Union Teacher of the Year and Faculty Advisor of the Year. The last six years, he has been the SLU American Marketing Association Teacher of the Year. He was a finalist for the International Society of Business Disciplines Teacher of the Year. He also won the Marketing Management Association Hormel Meritorious Teaching Award (2012) (Note: There were multiple winners.) His active learning techniques have been published in Great Ideas in Marketing and Best of the Great Ideas in Teaching Marketing. His paper on competitive intelligence and ethics, co-authored with Dr. Tom Zimmerer, won “Best in Track” at the Institute of Behavioral and Applied Management Conference. His papers on white-collar crime, co-authored with Drs. Diemer and Zimmerer, teaching excellence, co-authored with students, and PharmaSim (computer-based simulation) with Dr. Tucci won “Best in Track” at the International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines.

Community Affiliation:

  • American Marketing Association
  • Sigma Beta Delta

Research Interests:

  • Active learning
  • Health
  • Multi-attribute models
  • Pricing

Honors & Awards:

  • Leadership Saint Leo Training (2006 to 2007)
  • First School of Business faculty member chosen
  • Lifetime Research Award (2007)
  • Post-Tenure Review (2006)
  • Sabbatical for Research (2012 and 2005)
  • Scholarship Program for Students (2009) developer and chair (Emergency Scholarship Fund), raised over $80,000
  • Scholarship for Boys and Girls Club (2014) developer, raised over $40,000
  • School of Business Researcher of the Year (2011, 2010, 2008 second place, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003 second place, and 2002)
  • School of Business Undergraduate Teacher of the Year (2011 third place, 2009 second place, 2008, 2007, 2005 fourth place, 2004, 2003, and 2002)
  • Student Government Union Teacher of the Year (2008 and 2004 finalist)
  • Student Government Union Faculty Advisor of the Year (2005)
  • University Researcher of the Year (2008 second place, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004 third place)
  • University Teacher of the Year (2014 finalist and 2007)

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