Our Faculty

Carl Malinowski

Associate Professor

Lubin School of Business

Marketing

Location
  • @Westchester
    Goldstein Academic Center 121

Education


PhD , CUNY Graduate School , New York , NY , 1979
Psychology

MA , Hunter College , New York, NY , 1973
Psychology

BA , Brooklyn Colleg , Brooklyn, NY , 1969
Psychology

LICENSURES & CERTIFICATES

  • - NY State Licensed Psychologist

Publications


Malinowski, C. Differences in Marketing Ethics Attitudes between U.S. and Indian Graduate Students. Competition Forum. Vol 11 (Issue 1) , pages 165-172, 2013.

Malinowski, C. Three Who Gave Their Lives For The Pursuit Of Equality And Justicei.

Malinowski, C. I. (2016, November 1). The relationship between Undergraduates' Religious Identity and religious beliefs and their marketing ethics attitudes. Vol 14 (Issue 1 or 2) , pages too soon to tell. http://www.eberly.iup.edu/asc

Malinowski, C. I. (2016, October (4th Quarter/Autumn) 31). The relationship between undergraduate student attitudes about hypothetical marketing moral dilemmas and two variables: Stregth of religious identity and strength of spiritual/religious beliefs. Vol 14, Competition Forum (Issue not yet known) , pages 14 for submitted version.

Malinowski, C. I. (2015, October (4th Quarter/Autumn) 22). The relationship between undergraduate student attitudes about hypothetical marketing moral dilemmas and two personality traits: Test anxiety and neeed for social approval.. Competition Forum. Vol 13, 2015 (Issue 2) , pages 383-389. http://iup.edu

Malinowski, C. I. (2015, October (4th Quarter/Autumn) 22). The Relationship between Undergraduate Student Attitudes about Hypothetical Marketing Moral Dilemmas and Two Personality Traits: Test Anxiety and Need for Social Approval. Vol 13 (Issue 1 or 2) , pages to be decided by publisher. http://www. eberly.iup.edu/asc

Malinowski, C. Relationship between Marketing Ethics Attitudes and Two Personality Traits. Competition Forum. Vol 13 (Issue 1 or 2) , pages not yet written.

Malinowski, C. I. (2014, October (4th Quarter/Autumn) 16). Differences in Marketing Ethics Attitudes between Male and Female Graduate Students. Competition Forum. Vol 12 (Issue 1) , pages 190-195. http://www.eberly.iup.edu/asc

Malinowski, C. Differences in Marketing Ethics Attitudes between Male and Female Graduate Students. Vol 12 (Issue 1 or 2) , pages 14 double spaced.

Malinowski, C. Differences in Marketing Ethics Attitudes between U.S. and Indian Graduate Students. Vol Hope for 2013, Competition Forum

Malinowski, C. (2012, October (4th Quarter/Autumn)). Relationship between Graduate Students' Moral Judgements and their Attitudes toward Hypothetical Marketing Moral Dilemmas.. Competition Forum. Vol 10 (Issue 2) , pages 122-129.

Malinowski, C. Differences in Marketing Ethics Attitudes between U.S. and Western European Undergraduates.. Competition Forum.

Malinowski, C. & Berger, K. A. Differences in MarketingEthics Attitudes between Black and White Undergraduates. Competition Forum.

Malinowski, C. Age and Marketing Ethics. Competition Forum.

Malinowski, C. The relationship between machiavellianism and undergraduate student attitudes about hypothetical marketing moral dilemmas. Competition Forum.

Malinowski, C. Differences in Marketing Ethics Attitudes between U.S. and Latin American Undergraduates.. Competition Forum.

Malinowski, C. Machiavellianism and Marketing Ethics. Competition Forum.

Malinowski, C. Differences in Ethical Attitudes Between Asians Born in the U.S. and Asians Born in Asia.. Competition Forum.

Malinowski, C. & Lyew, P. Generational Differences Among Asians in Attitides Towards Hypothetical Marketing Moral Dilemmas. Journal is not in list - being petitioned.

Malinowski, C. Undergraduate male and female attitudes about hypothetical marketing moral dilemmas: ten years later. Competition Forum.

Malinowski, C. Religion as a Correlate of Student Attitudes towards Hypothetical Marketing Moral Dilemmas. Journal is not in list - being petitioned.

PRESENTATIONS


Malinowski, C. I. (2015, December 6). Annual Induction Ceremony, Alpha Chi Honor Society. Working for a world that is just and harmonious along ethnic lines.. Pace University, Pleasantville, NY

Malinowski, C. I. (2015, October 23). Annual Conference. The relationship between undergraduate student atttitudes about hypothetical marketing moral dilemmas and two personality traits: Test anxiety and need for social approval.". American Society for Competitiveness, Falls Church, Virginia

Malinowski, C. I. (2014, December 7). Induction Ceremony. Creating a Just World. Alpha Chi, Pleasantville, NY

Malinowski, C. 1. (2014, October 16). 25th annual conference. Differences in Marketing Ethics Attitudes between Male and Female Graduate Students. American Society for Competitiveness (ASC), Tysons Corner, Virginia (Washington D.C. area)

Malinowski, C. (2013, December 8). Annual Induction Ceremony, Alpha Chi Honor Society. New Inductees Can Prevent Natural Disasters and Government Shutdowns. Pace University, Pleasantville,NY

Malinowski, C. (2013, November 8). Annual Conference of the American Society for Competitiveness. Differences in Marketing Ethics Attitudes between U.S and Indian Graduate Students. Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Pittsburg, PA

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

  • American Marketing Association [None] , January 1 , 2015
    1. Helps members with their academic needs. 2. Encourages partnerships between the worlds of business and academia.
  • American Psychological Association [None] , January 1 , 2015
    1. Caters to the academic and ethics needs of its members. 2. Encourages government to meet the mental health needs of the American people.
  • American Society for Competitiveness [Member of Editorial Review Board] , January 1 , 2015
    1. Encourages scholarly productivity of its members. 2. Forms partnerships among leaders in government, business and academia.
  • American Marketing Association [none] , January 1 , 2014
    supports members in both their basic science/educational and professional/applied science endeavors.
  • American Psychological Association [none] , January 1 , 2014
    supports member efforts in both academic and nonacademic settings. serves as an advocacy group to improve the role psychology can play in the public interest
  • American Society for Competitiveness [none ] , January 1 , 2014
    brings together academics with leaders in business and government for the benefit of scholarly presentation and presentations on current issues/trends in business practices and pending legislation
  • American Marketing Association , January 2012
    represents students, academicians and business professional
  • American Psychological Association , January 2012
    Represents students, academicians and practitioners
  • American Society for Competitiveness , January 2012
    represents academicians, business practitioners and members of government for the purpose of increasing global competitiveness

COLLEGE SERVICE

  • Academic Standards [Committee Member]
    Desc: With Dean Eileen Murphy and/or Julie Piscani in charge, we review students on different probationary lists. In each case we decide whether or not the student is to remain at Pace. If students who are dismissed appeal the committee's decision, they are given a hearing. At this point, they may be re-admitted, "with conditions".
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Because of the excellent advisement given by Eileen and Julie throughout the calender year relatively few students are academically dismissed.
  • Undergraduate Student Relations [Committee Member]
    Desc: The committee monitors student related extracurricular activities of the members of the committee
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Students in Plesantville seem happy with the concern faculty members and staff members have for them. Even at the freshmen level very few students express a desire to transfer to another university.
  • Lubin Academic Standards Committee [Attendee, Meeting]
    Desc: 1. At the first meeting we decide what to do for each student who is on academic probation. Depending on the individual's situation the committee decides on Final Probation v. Final Extended Probation v. Academic Dismissal. A preliminary advisement plan is made for each student who is not dismissed. 2. Students who are academically dismissed have the right to appeal the committee's decision at an appeals meeting. The appeal is successful if the committee believes the student has the motivation and ability to still become a Lubin graduate.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Really, it is to change a student who is in danger of never graduating from Pace to someone who actually earns a Pace degree. Lubin advisement deserves the lion's share of the credit when this transformation takes place. Others deserving kudos are the faculty, support services and the motivated student.
  • Academic Standards [Committee Member]
    Desc: we review the performances of students at risk of never graduating. we keep them for at least another semester if their eventual success appears possible. we also decide how to counsel each of them to help them improve their academic performance.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: by having a member of each Lubin department present, we can tell Eileen Murphy and Julie Piscani if we have had personal experience with the probationary students. this helps us to decide if the person can be "saved" and the counseling indicated for that to take place.
  • Academic Standards [Committee Member]
    Desc: 1. Spring and Fall review of Probation Lists. 2. Spring and Fall appeals meetings.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: To get students with academic difficulties the academic and nonacademic resources they need to succeed. To get them to limit credits, work hours and extracurricular activities in order to boost grades. Eileen Murphy and Julie Piscani encourage me to meet regularly with my own students who are academically challenged.

UNIVERSITY SERVICE

  • Alpha Chi [Faculty Advisor]
    Desc: 1. make sure there is an annual induction ceremony. 2. present an annual scholarly event on campus. 3. ensure that there is chap.ter representation at the annual convention
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Alpha Chi is Pace University's national collegiate honor society. I have been the Faculty Sponsor since 1982. That represents all but the first year of our chapter(NY Mu, 220, Region VI). Alpha Chi represents every department of every school on campus. It was started by Phi Bet Kappa in 1922. It is part of Dean Braun's presentation to parents.
  • Division of Enrollment Management [Student Recruiter]
    Desc: Called 15 students who were accepted to be undergraduates at Pace. Sometimes spoke to a parent. In one case met the student at Preview Weekend after she drove here from Pennsylvania
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Hard to say. Dawn Knipe's office may have a record of the high school students I called and whether or not they are currently attending Pace.
  • Graduation [Attendee, Graduation]
    Desc: Attended my 33rd consecutive Westchester undergraduate commencement
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Seeing the joy on the faces of the graduates and their loved ones
  • Lubin Business Association(LBA) [Student Org Advisor (Non-Professional Org)]
    Desc: 1.Jim Russell, LBA adviser, has encouraged me to attend E-board meetings . I do so when I'm on campus and have no scheduling conflict. 2. Announce all LBA events to all my classes. 3. Attend all Monday and Wednesday events unless there is a marketing department meeting.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: 1. Host Pace staff members and faculty who provide insights into succeeding in the real world of business. 2. Host visitor to the campus who tell students what companies are looking for at hiring time. 3. Slowly increasing student attendance at LBA events.
  • Orintations [Attendee, Orientation]
    Desc: Hosted tables for new students and/or their parents.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Made attendee feel welcome and answered questions about the two campuses: 1. July 19th NY 2. July 26th Pleasantville
  • Pace University Marketing Association(PUMA) [Student Org Advisor (Professional Org)]
    Desc: 1. register chapter as AMA member 2.distribute AMA applications 3. announce all PUMA events in all classes 4. attend Monday and Wednesday PUMA events. 5. stand in for Pradeep when he is not on campus 6. remind the President when Chapter Plan (Fall) and Annual Report(Spring) are due.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Dr. G takes PUMA to the annual collegiate conference in New Orleans, with many awards to their credit over the years.
  • Alpha Chi National Honor Society [Student Org Advisor (Non-Professional Org)]
    Desc: 1. Arrange annual induction ceremony. 2. Arrange scholarly event. 3. See that the chapter is represented at the annual convention.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: 1. Induction took place on December 6, 2015. 2. On that date Dr. Greenberg's address served as the scholarly event. 3. Dr. FitzGerald represented the chapter at the convention.
  • Alpha Chi [Faculty Advisor]
    Desc: choose officers, work with them and colleagues to plan the induction ceremony. hold the ceremony, submit feel to the bursar,university sends funds to Alpha Chi,I receive certificates and mail them to the inductees
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: honor our top students in all majors and inspire them to live a life of service and integrity
  • Muslim Student Association [Faculty Advisor]
    Desc: advise Muslim students on the Pleasantville campus, encourage them to tell their friends about the organization, help them get what they need from the university to practice their faith and show an interest in their off campus activities that relate to their religion
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: One of the highlights this year was the Fall interfaith dialogue. I explained the Jewish religion. A guest speaker discussed Islam. Our own Sue Becker and Cornell Craig made presentations about Christianity.
  • Graduation [Attendee, Award Ceremony]
    Desc: Attended my 36th consecutive undergraduate Westchester commencement.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: For the first time I served as a reader of Lubin graduates, as did Roberta Cable and Paul Kurnit.
  • Convocation [Attendee, Convocation]
    Desc: met my UNV 101 (Lubin section) on the morning of convocaton for our first class. we then proceeded to convocation together
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: together we heard lots of well-delivered presentations topped by our fabulous keynote speaker, Dr. Melissa Cardon
  • Graduation [Attendee, Graduation]
    Desc: attended my 35th consecutive undergraduate Westchester commencement
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: greeting the graduates and their loved ones after the ceremony to personally congratulate everyone and to ask the graduates about their immediate career plans
  • Alpha Chi National Collegiate Honor Sociaety [Faculty Advisor]
    Desc: I am the Faculty Sponsor of the New York Mu Chapter, i.e.the Pleasantville chapter (220, Region VI)
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: The annual induction ceremony took place on campus, as it normally does, on the Sunday after Thanksgiving weekend. Dr. Larry Bridwell was our excellent guest speaker. Inductees came with their guests. Peggy FitzGerald, the National President and the four officers joined me for the actual induction.
  • Lubin Business Association [Attendee, Meeting]
    Desc: 1. Try to attend all Wednesday Common Hour Events. 2. Encourage all classes to do so.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Under Paul Kurnit's leadership LBA had the best schedule of events ever this past Fall and seemed to have far better attendance than in recent years. Special kudos to outgoing President Gianna Khader
  • Muslim Student Association [Faculty Advisor]
    Desc: 1. I attend the weekly meeting during the Monday common hour. 2. I advise them on who to contact if they have an issue , e.g. a room to pray in.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: The main accomplishment was getting MSA to be officially recognized as a student organization on the Pleasantville campus. This was in place this past Fall.
  • Pace University Marketing Association [Student Org Advisor (Non-Professional Org)]
    Desc: gave head of membership AMA applications.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Spring reminded outgoing PUMA president to submit Annual Report of the Pleasantville chapter to the American Marketing Association.
  • Convocation [Faculty Mentor]
    Desc: met my University 101 class just before they were sent over for the convocation.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: we really had our first class that day so it served as an added day for the course.
  • Commencement [Attendee, Graduation]
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Attended my 34th consecutive Westchester undergraduate commencement
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