Dr Michael Marck

Teaching Fellow


Personal statement

Currently a Teaching Fellow for the Marketing Department whereby I teach on the undergraduate and post graduate programmes.  I also teach Marketing Management, Brand Management and 'The Project Seminar' for the MBA Programme. Formerly taught SAE (Strategy, analysis and evaluation) for the MBA Programme.

For three and half years, I was the Academic Director, MBA Programme for SE Asia which was concluded March 1, 2014.


Nominated for 'the best lecture at University of Strathclyde', May 2014

Awarded best lecturer in the Business Faculty, May 2013



Has expertise in:

    Expertise is within the Sales Management and Branding fields of study and applications to industry

Prizes and awards

Appreciation and Performance Award
Teaching Excellent Awards (TEA)
Teaching Excellence Awards (TEA)

More prizes and awards


Phd  The University of Strathclyde, 2008

MBA  The University of Calgary, 1998

BA     The University of Western Ontario, 1980


Professional Qualifications:

Certified Mediator and Arbitrator  1988 - ongoing



Social sponsorships in sport : context and potential
Ennis Sean, Marck Michael, Paul Calum, Radon Anita
ANZMAC 2019 : Winds of Change , pp. 891-894 (2019)
How storytelling impacts branding for craft beer
Marck Michael, Gordon Tess, Ennis Sean, Radon Anita
Winds of Change ANZMAC 2019 (2019)
Vape Shops : boom, bust or cloudy future?
Marck Michael, Ennis Sean
Australia and New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference (2018)
Uncovering electronic cigarette shops 'retail kinship' strategies
Marck Michael, Ennis Sean, Caemmerer Barbara
ANZMAC 2017 : Marketing for Impact , pp. 649-652 (2017)
Implications for corporate sponsors arising from scandals in sport. The case of Adidas and FIFA
Ennis Sean, Marck Michael
Marketing in a Post-Disciplinary Era ANZMAC 2016, pp. 540-545 (2016)
A resource-based view of internal service branding
Caemmerer Barbara, Marck Michael
Marketing in a Post-Disciplinary Era ANZMAC 2016, pp. 755-755 (2016)

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