Frances has been with the Ted Rogers School of Retail Management since 2008. She has developed numerous educational programs utilizing hybrid forms of delivery. Her involvement with various public and private organizations allowed her to gain a multi-faceted perspective of the development of experiential learning.
You will meet Frances in the first year course RMG101 - Academic and Career Preparedness.
Mark is an Associate Professor with Ted Rogers School of Retail Management. His research interests are in the consumer behavior, specifically focusing on the structural dynamics of social networks and its impact on retail consumers. Professor Lee also contributes to the topic of branding, marketing education, and sensory marketing.
You will meet Mark in RMG200 - Introduction to Retail Management during the winter semester.
Watch the following video to hear your future professors speak about the Retail Management B.Comm program.
The Ted Rogers School of Management faculty have taught me practical and applicable knowledge that has helped me land my current part-time job and internships. The relationship faculty have to industry personnel will serve as a benefit to my career in the future.
Alexander José Agbayani Mascardo, Retail Management, Class of 2014