Glynn--Karen A. (Marketing Faculty)
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Campus News Network 4:5, p.3
|10/25/1993||Steve Corbin co-authored an article about perceptual-based outcomes in the marketing curriculum with K. N. Rajendran and Karen Glynn.|
Teaching vs. Research
Northern Iowan 89:60, p.4
|6/25/1993||Results of survey on faculty activity; faculty and administrators offer views on multiple responsibilities.|
Holiday bells are ringing early.
Public Relations News Release 1992:229, p.1
|12/7/1992||Karen Glynn states that retail revenue is up 10% from last year. Retailers are hopeful the trend continues for a good Christmas at the cash register.|
Northern Iowa sources for this week's topics in the news
Public Relations News Release 1992:226, p.1
|11/30/1992||Queen Elizabeth to pay taxes and the general optimism as the Holiday Season begins are this week's topics for discussion.|
Steven Corbin and Karen Glynn
Campus News Network 3:7, p.Insert 2
|11/30/1992||Will present workshop on gender issues.|
Steve Corbin and Karen Glynn
Campus News Network 2:17, p.Insert 1
|5/4/1992||Publish article on marketing curriculum.|
Northern Iowa sources for this week's topics in the news.
Public Relations News Release 1991:280, p.1
|12/16/1991||Available faculty members are listed as sources on current news topics.|
Back to basics for Christmas purchases, says University of Northern Iowa prof
Public Relations News Release 1991:264, p.1
|12/5/1991||Karen Glynn predicts purchases of less expensive luxury items this holiday season.|
Faculty and staff named as sources of timely information on current events.
Public Relations News Release 1991:253, p.1
|12/2/1991||Sources of timely information listed for impact of a tax cut on economy, changes in Soviet Union, new rules of safe playgrounds, and marketing antiracist image.|
"A free diamond watch to anyone who'll enter our store!"
Public Relations News Release 1991:235, p.1
|11/25/1991||Department stores are pulling out all the stops to generate business during the current recession. Karen Glynn predicts a below average shopping season this year.|
A parent's nemesis: children at Christmas time.
Public Relations News Release 1991:176, p.1
|11/4/1991||Children do not understand the present slow economy and will continue to put pressure on parents to purchase expensive items for Christmas, according to Karen Glynn.|
Are enclosed shopping malls losing their luster?
Public Relations News Release 1991:150, p.1
|10/21/1991||Karen Glynn has found that the number of adults frequently using shopping malls has dropped by six per cent in the last four years. Changes in lifestyle, the recession, and the aging population may be to blame.|
From soup to nuts you can get it from a catalog.
Public Relations News Release 1991:79, p.1
|9/23/1991||Shopping from catalogs has increased tremendously.|
Michael L. Klassen and Karen A. Glynn
Campus News Network 2:2, p.Insert 1
|9/16/1991||Publish paper on catalogue loyalty.|
Advertising enters a new age--examining the shock ad
Public Relations News Release 1990:704, p.1
|8/19/1991||Getting the attention of the consumer is more difficult, so. advertisers are turning to shock ads.|
Study shows Americans are shopping dumb
Public Relations News Release 1990:96, p.1
|10/8/1990||Questions concerning purchasing a new home were incorrectly answered by nearly 50% of survey participants.|
Study proves American are shopping dumb!
Public Relations News Release 1990:78, p.1
|10/1/1990||Consumer education lacking in America proves costly.|
Want to save some $$$- try coupon clippings.
Public Relations News Release 1989:617, p.1
|5/7/1990||Karen Glynn says surveys show that the value of cents off coupons is increasing, but redemption is decreasing. She says that may be due to the fact that couponing can be a time consuming way to save money.|