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Michael Gillispie

Michael Gillispie
Instructor
Management, Marketing and Business Law, School of Business
Phone: 605-624-2325
Bio:
25 year career in the direct marketing industry followed by my instructor position at USD BSOB in marketing
Teaching Interests:
Core business courses and Retail Management
Education:
  • MBA, Business Management, Loyola University of Chicago, 1983
  • BS, Economics, South Dakota State University, 1973
Publications:
  • Wergin, R., Tracy, D., Gillispie, M., (2013), An Update of Retail Trade Patterns in South Dakota, Conference on International Business and Contemporary Issues in Business, iss. 21.
  • Gillispie, M., Reinke, R., Roach, L., How an Introductory Survey of Business Course Can be Used to Teach First Year/Freshman Success Skills and Business, Oxford Journal (ISSN 1551-4498) .
  • Rosacker, K., Ragothaman, S., Gillispie, M., (2009), Financial Literacy of Freshmen Business School Students, College Student Journal, vol. 43:2, iss. June 2009, pp. pp. 391-399.
Presentations:
  • Wergin, R., Tracy, D., Gillispie, M. (2013, September). An Update of Retail Trade Patterns in South Dakota. Presented at the Conference on International Business and Contemporary Issues in Business, Rapid City, South Dakota USA.
  • Gillispie, M. (2008, June). Students Can Start Their Education Experience Only Once – How an Introductory Survey of Business Course Can Be Used To Teach First Year/freshmen Success Skills and Business Discipline Integration. Presented at the Oxford Business and Economics Conference, Oxford, UK.
  • Gillispie, M., Roach, L., (2006, October). Real Business’ School Using Unique Instructional Strategies within a First Year Experience Course.. Presented at the Global Conference on Business and Economics, Cambridge, Ma.
  • Huckabee, G., Gillispie, M. (2006, September). “Assessment Report – Coyoteopoly” . Presented at the Midwest Consortium for Service-Learning in Higher Education,, Lincoln, Ne.
  • Reinke, R., Roach, L., Gillispie, M. (2005, October). Adding Substance to the Business School’s First Year Experience Curriculum. Presented at the Conference of the International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning, Coco Beach, Florida.