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International/Global Business Programs

Faculty Advising/Office Hours


Debbie Gilliard

Dr. Debbie Gilliard
Chair and Professor - Management Department


303-615-0139



gilliard@msudenver.edu

Position Role:
Faculty

Office Location:
AD

Office Number:
525H

Office Hours:

Monday - [10:00 to 12:00]
Tuesday - [10:00 to 12:00]
Wednesday - [15:30 to 17:15]
Friday - [  :   to   :  ]

Campus Box Number:
78


Directory Profile

Bio:

Debbie has served as Chair of the Management Department since 2008.  She has been instrumental in developing international and entrepreneurship curriculum for the College of Business.  She loves teaching Strategic Management and International Business and brings energy and practical experience to the classroom. Debbie continually tries to add value to student learning in the classroom and is always trying something new. She is active in the community serving as an MSU representative to the Aurora Chamber of Commerce and is a member of the Aurora Business and Professional Women’s Organization.  Debbie is an avid traveler and has been to 58 countries. She loves chocolate and is a supporter of animal rescue. Debbie received the College of Business, Dean’s Special Award “Unsung Hero Scholarly Activity. She received her PhD in Management at Arizona State University.



Gina Cook
Assistant Professor


303-605-5882



gcook13@msudenver.edu

Position Role:
Faculty

Office Location:
AD

Office Number:
525F

Office Hours:

Tuesday 10 am - 11 am and 12:15 pm - 1:45 pm

Thursday 10 am - 11 am and 12:15 pm - 1:45 pm

Campus Box Number:
78


Directory Profile

Bio:

Dr. Gina Cook has a PhD in International Economic Relations from the University of Economics, Prague in the Czech Republic. She specializes in international business and marketing, and enjoys teaching at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. At MSU Denver, she serves as the Director of International Business Programs, and is actively involved in several committees as well as internationalization efforts at both the college and university levels. Dr. Cook is qualified as a scholarly academic and maintains an active research and publication schedule. She has published in both national and international journals, and is also the author of a chapter in a graduate-level international marketing textbook. Research areas include international business and international marketing fields, with recent emphasis on issues associated with CSR within the luxury segment as well as internationalization opportunities for virtual student mobility. 



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