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Dr. Scott David Goldberg

Dr. Scott David Goldberg
Title:
Professor
Office:
Remote
Phone:
915.702.5799
Bio:

Education:
Doctorate Degree Argosy University, 2008
MBA, University of Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut 1983
Bryant University, Smithfield, RI  1979

Bio:
Dr. Scott Goldberg graduated from Bryant College, Smithfield, Rhode Island, University of Hartford Graduate School of Business, and Argosy University with all degrees in marketing.   He recently served as Program Chair for the School of Business for the University of Phoenix, Tampa, Orlando, and Jacksonville Campuses. Prior to moving to Florida for his current position, Scott spent seven years in Okinawa as full-time faculty and training manager in the School of Business, for the University of Phoenix proudly working with the Asia Pacific Military Division. After that, he was College Campus Chair in El Paso, Texas.
Scott was with University of Phoenix on a part-time and full-time basis for more than 20 years.
Dr. Goldberg held several senior marketing positions with consumer food product companies including Sunkist and Ventura Foods for 30 years. He taught marketing part-time for the University of Phoenix in Southern California for ten years before deciding to move to Okinawa with the Asia Pacific Military Division. He served as area content chair for the marketing department and as a lead faculty in the University. His area of expertise is consumer marketing and was fortunate to have his doctoral dissertation published as a book titled “An overview of buying habits of America’s growing demographic segment: Hispanic consumers”. Dr. Goldberg has also published several articles over the past few years and presented at several academic conferences.
He has two grown daughters who reside in California. His hobbies include deep-sea fishing and dogs. Dr. Goldberg is active in the community having served as Secretary for the American Chamber of Commerce in Okinawa. He also enjoys serving as a doctoral chair for students who are pursuing their degrees. Dr. Goldberg has served on the University’s Marketing Curriculum Council, responsible for the development of course materials used in the graduate marketing courses. He was privileged to serve as the community liaison representative with the military community for the University. He has served as an advisor for Delta Mu Delta, National Honor Society at the Campus in Tampa. Scott was responsible for the Community Outreach program for the University and welcomed the opportunity to work with Chamber members in this area.  Dr. Goldberg has written several college curriculums courses for both the graduate and doctorate programs for several universities in the marketing, management, and leadership areas.

Publications/Presentations/Lectures:
Peer-reviewed Journals

2017    Cuba: The people culture and the new economy from an American visitor’s perspective. 
Submitted for publication to International Institute for the Study of Cuba. Herts, UK. Under consideration for December 2017 issue.

2013    Advertising to the end consumers by pharmaceutical companies: blessing or curse? Vol.2 No.4, 2013. International Journal of Research in Business and Social Science: ISSN: 2147-4478.

2006    Packaging, pricing, and consumer opinions on freshness: a case analysis. European Journal of Economics, Finance, and Administrative Sciences. ISSN: 1450-2275, (5) 86-94. on-line at http://www.eurojournals.com/IBBA%201.pdf

2006    The import problem and how companies operating in the United States should address the challenge. International Bulletin of Business Administration. ISSN 1451-243X, (1) 109-114. On-line at http://www.eurojournals.com/IBBA%201.pdf


Texts

2010    An overview of buying habits of America’s growing demographic segment: Hispanic consumers, their buying pattern by country of origin and the impact of advertising and promotion on their sales. Saarbruken, Germany: Lambert Academic Publishing


Awards and Honors

2014    Excellence in Publishing Award, University of Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ

2013    Faculty of the Year, Asia Military Campus, Okinawa, Japan

2013    Recognition for Community Service, United States Marine Corps, Camp Foster, Okinawa, Japan

2013    Recognition for Community Service, United States Army, Tori Garrison, Okinawa, Japan


Invited Talks and Conferences

2017     Keeping Our Students Engaged by Using Experiential Learning. New Mexico Higher Education Assessment and Retention Conference. Albuquerque, New Mexico. Sponsored by Eastern New Mexico University, February 2017

2016    Education in the Global Marketplace. University of Phoenix Albuquerque, New Mexico Web Ex Seminar. Invited presentation by Dr. Nancy McDonald, July 2016.

2016     Hand Selection of Best Qualified Faculty for MBA Program at the Local Campus Level
UOPX CFAL Conference, Chicago, Ill. April 20th

2016    Effective Communication in the Workplace Today. American Diabetes Association, El Paso, Texas

2016   Effective Communication in the Workplace Today. El Paso Children’s Hospital, El Paso, Texas

2016   Effective Communication in the Workplace Today. ADP Corporation, El Paso Texas

2014    US marketing vs Japanese marketing, Okinawa International University, Okinawa, Japan

2006    The import problem and how companies operating in the United States should address the challenge, 5th Global Conference in Business & Economics, Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK, July 2006

2006    The import problem and how companies operating in the United States should address the challenge, International Academy of Business Conference, Eastern Connecticut State College, Willimantic, Connecticut, May 2006. 


Campus/Department Talks 

2013     Current updates in training today, Regional Faculty Conference, Okinawa, Japan

2013    Taking advantage of public relations, Regional Program Coordinator Conference, Busan, Korea

2012    Supporting academic integrity in the classroom, Regional Faculty Conference, Tokyo, Japan

2012    Marketing on a “shoestring,” Regional Program Coordinator Conference, Tokyo, Japan

2010    New techniques in faculty training, Regional Faculty Conference, Tokyo, Japan

2011    Keeping your best foot forward: Community Involvement as a faculty member, Regional Faculty Conference, Tokyo, Japan.

2009   Student engagement and keeping students motivated, Regional Faculty Conference, Tokyo, Japan

2008   How to keep the rhythm in your teaching, Regional Faculty Conference, Osan, Korea

Faculty Expertise:
Marketing, Leadership, Management