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Three Franklin University Faculty Members Named Top in Ohio   By PRWEB

Columbus, Ohio (PRWEB) February 25, 2013

Franklin University, one of the leading educators of working adults in Central Ohio, is pleased to announce three College of Business faculty members have been named to the Statestats.com Top 22 Business Professors in Ohio list. The University proudly congratulates Dr. Doug Ross, Dr. Timothy Reymann, and Dr. Wendell Seaborne for their inclusion in the Top Business Professors in Ohio list.

Dr. Doug Ross serves as the Marketing & Management Department Chair as well as the MBA Program Chair at Franklin University. He brings extensive experience in the marketing field, both from a corporate and academic background. He has earned the distinction of being the only educator to receive the Columbus American Marketing Association (AMA) Marketing Professor of the Year honor a record four times (1999, 2005, 2008, 2010). Also, in 2006, he won an AMA Achievement in Marketing Award for his innovative Faces of Franklin campaign. In addition, Dr. Ross is the only Franklin University professor to win the Robert L. Bailey Teaching Award at both the graduate and undergraduate levels, a distinction voted on by Franklin students each term to acknowledge the professor who was most influential in their programs. Dr. Ross holds a Ph.D. in Business and Marketing from New Mexico State University, as well as a M.S. in Business and Marketing and a B.S. in Business and Accounting from Colorado State University.

Dr. Timothy Reymann is Chair of the Business Administration, Management and Applied Management Programs. He has served as a faculty member at the university for fifteen years. In addition, Dr. Reymann has served as President and Executive Director for major non-profit agencies throughout Ohio. He is an active member of the Academy of Management where he has performed extensive peer-review of scholarly papers and attended international conferences in Montreal, Chicago and San Antonio. His primary research interests are in transformational leadership and organizational culture. He focuses on the interplay between effective or non-effective leadership, an organizations culture and how these factors influence individual and organizational performance. Dr. Reymann holds a doctorate degree in Organization and Management and an MBA. He is actively involved in community presentations on leadership, organizational culture and business ethics.