August 3, 2020

Division of Programs in Business Welcomes Dr. Milos Bujisic as Clinical Associate Professor of Integrated Marketing

The NYU SPS Division of Programs in Business (DPB) is delighted to welcome Dr. Milos Bujisic to the Integrated Marketing & Communications department as Clinical Associate Professor of Integrated Marketing.

Dr. Bujisic joins us from a tenured position in the Ohio State University Department of Human Sciences, where he led curriculum development, built a series of notable industry partnerships, and taught both undergraduate and graduate programs in the areas of healthcare, fashion, hospitality and retail. Dr. Bujisic’s expertise within the Marketing discipline includes pricing, revenue management, social media, customer service and customer experience. Dr. Bujisic has been actively involved in the recruitment of international students, and took on a broader role in his department to ensure access to education for all students and to strengthen diversity. Dr. Bujisic earned his Ph.D. from the University of Central Florida (UCF), and has served on the editorial boards of Journal of Global Scholars of Marketing Science, International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, and Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Technology. Dr. Bujisic is noted by his colleagues as a passionate and productive research partner and by his students as an excellent teacher.

Please join us in welcoming Dr. Bujisic to our professional and academic community at the School and the Division of Programs in Business.

DPB is the largest division at NYU School of Professional Studies, with over 2,200 students, 500 faculty, and 6,700 alumni. The Division comprises four centers of excellence that educate leaders in the functional areas of an enterprise. Each department’s credit and non-credit portfolio of educational offerings serves students at every level of their careers, providing them with the knowledge and skills required to succeed in critical positions in their professional development.

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