Dr. Marie A. Yeh
Assistant Professor of Marketing
Sellinger Hall 427
Marie joined the Marketing Department faculty in 2013. Prior to earning her doctorate from Kent State University, Marie had a successful career in nonprofit management and public health serving most recently as the Executive Director of the Coalition for Children’s Mental Health. She also has over eleven years of experience in health promotion and disease prevention utilizing media campaigns, coalition building, peer education, social marketing, and other methods to raise awareness and affect attitudinal and behavioral change. Marie is an accomplished trainer and educator with over fifteen years of experience in multiple settings. She also served as an independent grants consultant and grant writer bringing in over $12 million in funding for her nonprofit clients. She holds a Masters in Counseling from Old Dominion University and a Bachelor of Science in Health Education from the University of Maryland, College Park. Her research interests include consumer socialization, persuasion, decision making and marketing’s intersection with health and public policy. Her research has been presented at national marketing conferences and received recognition by the Kent State College of Business Administration winning the Dean’s Best Paper Award in 2011.
Ph D, Kent State University
MS Ed, Old Dominion University
BS, University of Maryland College Park
Yeh, Marie A. and Robert D. Jewell, (forthcoming) “The Effectiveness of the Myth/Fact Message Frame on Attitudes towards the Mentally Ill,” Journal of Advertising.
Yeh, Marie A., Robert D. Jewell and Michael Y. Hu, (2013) "Stereotype Processing's Effect on the Impact of the Myth/Fact Message Format & the Role of Personal Relevance," Psychology & Marketing, 30(1), 36-45.
Awards and Honors
University Fellowship, Kent State University
AMA Sheth Foundation Doctoral Consortium Fellow, Seattle, WA
Dean's Best Paper Award (College-wide), KSU College of Business Administration
Golden Key National Honor Society
Teaching Fellowship, KSU College of Business Administration
American Marketing Association
Association for Consumer Research