The Journal of Marketing Education has named Karen Robson, a professor of marketing at the Odette School of Business, its outstanding reviewer of the year.
The journal provides a forum for the exchange of research results, ideas, information, and experiences related to educating students of marketing. Its manuscript submission requires a double-blind review process.
Determining the outstanding reviewer each year involves an overall assessment of the quality of each review submitted, the timeliness of review completion, and the number of reviews invited, accepted, and completed annually.
“As a reviewer, I have been happy to help other authors improve their papers and further develop their knowledge,” Dr. Robson says. “Most importantly, reviewers know that they are contributing directly to the development of their chosen fields.”
Robson also publishes research in the Journal of Marketing Education. Her forthcoming work, “Teaching fast and slow: Student perceptions of emergency remote education,” examines student perceptions of the successes and failures of the pivot to online learning at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and is co-authored with professor Adam Mills of Loyola University New Orleans.