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shills@svc.edu
802-447-6359

Stacey Hills, PhD

Chair, Associate Professor, The McCormick Division of Business

Education

  • PhD, Management (Marketing Concentration), Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 2004
  • MBA, Product Development and Economics Concentration, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1997
  • BA, Economics and International Studies, Russell Sage College, 1995

Courses

  • Consumer Behavior
  • Marketing Fundamentals
  • Marketing Research
  • Consumer Behavior
  • Sports Marketing
  • Promotions
  • Marketing Strategy
  • International Marketing
  • International Management
  • Ethics
  • International Law
  • Entrepreneurship Foundations and Statistics

Academic Research/Interests

Marketing strategy, marketing education techniques, improving student learning and classroom experiences

Areas of Expertise

Survey and research design, marketing strategy planning, small business marketing

Working with students is the most fun, interesting and best way to spend my time. I love learning, I love thinking about and exploring problems, and I love finding creative solutions to those problems. Teaching allows me to share that enthusiasm and help grow a community of learners so that we can all reach our goals together.

On Being at SVC

I'm so excited to be able to know everyone and experience such a personal learning community.

  • Highlights

    June 2016 - Featured in a CardHub study about the value of rewards programs: http://www.cardhub.com/edu/earn-rewards/#Stacey-Hills.

    April 2016 - Elected as Vice Chair to the Bennington Rescue Squad Board.

    February 2013 - Attended the Marketing Management Association Spring Educators' Conference in Chicago, IL.

    March 2015 - Participated at the Vermont Women in Higher Education Conference in Killington, Vt. She presented a poster, along with College Steps Program Director Darcy Oakes, entitled: "Better Together: Faculty/Staff Partnerships to Facilitate Student Success."

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