Mittelstaedt
Interim Dean, Professor of Marketing, College of Business
University of Wyoming

John Mittelstaedt is Professor of Marketing and Chair of the Department of Management and Marketing and Interim Dean of the College of Business at the University of Wyoming.  Prior to joining UW, John taught at Clemson University and the University of Iowa, and has served as a visiting scholar at the University of Nebraska, the University of Notre Dame, and the Academy of International Economic Affairs.  In addition, he serves as an executive program facilitator for companies like Baldor and Michelin, where he has provided executive development in the United States, Mexico, Canada and Taiwan.  He holds a Bachelor of Arts in physics from Saint Olaf College (1986), a Master of Theological Studies from Harvard Divinity School (1989), and a Ph.D. in Marketing from the University of Iowa (1995).

Dr. Mittelstaedt’s research is in the areas of cultural, legal and geographic influences in marketing, sustainable marketing practices, marketing strategy and macromarketing theory.  He serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, the Academy of Marketing Science Review, and the Journal of Macromarketing, is Past President of the Macromarketing Society, and served on the board of the American Marketing Association's Marketing and Society Special Interest Group.

More Information on the 2015 Partners in Business Ethics Conference:

Corporations are continually searching for new ways to incorporate business ethics and integrity in the modern day workplace. With that being said, they are concerned that business schools are not graduating students with the understanding nor educational experiences necessary to solve complex ethical issues in business as they arise. What will Partners in Business Ethics do to help solve this issue? The conference will provide the rare opportunity for corporate leaders to play a key role in discussing and defining the business ethics education provided at the top schools around the world.