Lubin School of Business
- @New York City
PhD , University of Connecticut , Storrs, CT , 2001
MA , University of Connecticut , Storrs, CT , 1997
MA , Jadavpur University , Calcutta, India , 1995
BA , Jadavpur University , Calcutta, India , 1993
Awards and Honors
- LUBIN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, September 15, 2014 - EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING
- AMA/ATLANTIC MARKETING ASSOCIATION, October 12, 2013 - BEST PAPER AWARD 2013
- LUBIN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, September 2013 - EXCELLENCE IN SERVICE
- Advertising Education Foundation, 2008
RAY, I. (2015, August 10). Customer Retention and the Bottom line: Examining the Role of Customer Share of Wallet (SOW) as a Moderator of Affect- and Trust- Mediated Effects.. Journal of International Management Studies. Vol 10 (Issue 2) , pages 1-24. http://jimsjournal.org
Ray, I. Share of wallet (SOW) as a Moderator of Affect- and Trust-Mediated Effects on Store Loyalty. International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management.
Ray, I. "Emotional Versus Functional Attributes of Delight- and Satisfaction-Mediated Effects on Customer Loyalty". Journal of Strategic Marketing.
Ray, I., Holbrook, M. & , . (2013, October (4th Quarter/Autumn)). Customer Retention and the Bottom Line: Examining the Role of Customer Share of Wallet (SOW) as a Moderator of Affect- and Trust- Mediated Effects.
Ray, I., Kirk, C. & Wilson, B. K.
The impact of brand value on firm valuation: The moderating influence of firm type.
Journal of Brand Management.
, pages 1-13.
The Impact of Brand Value on Firm Valuation: The Moderating Influence of Firm Type.
Journal of Brand Management.
, pages 488-500.
Ray, I., Moskowitz, H., Gofman, A. & Gabay, G. (2012, September 24). Extending RDE to Evaluating Potential Social Anxiety Factors. Alex Gofman and Howard Moskowitz (Eds.), Rule Developing Experimentation: A Systematic Approach to Understand & Engineer the Consumer Mind. Sharjah, UAE: Bentham Science Publishing. , pages 221-241 . http://www.benthamscience.com/ebooks/contents.php?JCode=9781608052844
Gofman, A., Ray, I. & Moskowitz, H. Applying Advanced Consumer Research Methodologies to Evaluating Potential Social Anxiety Factors and their Counteragents. Journal of Public Policy and Marketing.
Ray, I. & Moskowitz, H. Measuring Interest and Price for Sensory Experience within the S-O-R Framework: Application to Hotels. Journal of Public Policy and Marketing.
Moskowitz, H., Gabay, G., Ashman, H. & Ray, I. Rule Developing Experimentation: A Systematic Approach to understand and Engineer the Consumer Mind. Bentham Science Publishers.
Kirk, C., Ray, I. & Wilson, B. The Impact of Brand Value on Firm Valuation: The Moderating Influence of Firm Type. Journal of Brand Management.
Gabay, G., Onfrey, S., Ray, I. & Moskowitz, H. Using Experimental Design and Mind-Set Segmentation to Increase Donations for Diabetes. International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing.
Ray, I. Effect of Discrete Emotions on Evaluations of an Advertisements Pragmatic Value, Attitude toward Ad and Memory..
RAY, I. (2015, September 24). Atlantic Marketing Association Annual Conference. “Emotional versus functional attributes of delight- and satisfaction-mediated effects on customer loyalty ”. Atlantic Marketing Association, Savannah, GA
(2014, March 23).
The Annual Academic Forum Conference.
The Role of Positive Affect as a Predictor of Store Loyalty Outcomes: Understanding the Hedonic versus Utilitarian Antecedents and Consequences.
The Academic Forum, Baltimore, MD
American Marketing Association
Association of Consumer Research
Atlantic Markting Association
Atlantic Markting Association
Lubin Legends Showcase [Other]
Desc: I single handedly organized the First Lubin Legends Showcase in Fall 2013. I received support from Sue Maxam Dean Braun's office to host the event.
Committee's Key Accomplishments: We showcased 5 signature Lubin programs to 31 first year students. These included Ad Team, Student Managed Portfolio Program, Trips to Brazil, IDM lab, and Entrepreneurship Lab. All faculty advisors and student teams presented at this event. A total of approximately 68 people attended. With an eye on retention, the objective was to expose first year students to Lubin signature programs so they can see for themselves all the great career paths ahead of them.
Advisory Committee on Lubin Dean Reappointment [Committee Member]
Desc: In March 2013, President Stephen Friedman and Provost Uday Sukhatme formed an Advisory Committee (Appendix I) to provide a comprehensive review of Neil Braun's management of the Lubin School. The procedure (Appendix II) for the evaluation of academic deans includes the following goals: • To document the achievements and progress of the academic unit under the Dean's leadership • To foster continuous improvement of programs and services by identifying strengths to build on as well as areas in need of improvement • To provide constructive feedback on the Dean's performance with regard to unit expectations • To inform the Dean of the views and needs of the unit's faculty and help the President/Provost make an informed reappointment decision
Committee's Key Accomplishments: The Group held numerous meetings. In addition, the Advisory committee created several subcommittees to conduct interviews with associate deans, department chairs, and members of senior management. A survey was developed to solicit the viewpoints of the faculty, staff, students, and alumni in the Lubin community regarding the Dean's performance. Additional qualitative responses were solicited in the survey to provide specific examples to support the evaluation. Finally, the Advisory Committee met with DeanBraun to discuss the draft report and provide the opportunity for the Dean to express his viewpoints. Based upon this feedback, the committee made modifications, as appropriate, to this report.It was the consensus of the Lubin Dean's Evaluation Review Committee to unequivocally support the reappointment of Neil Braun to a second term as Dean of the Lubin School of Business. Based on the data collected, there was an overwhelming show of support from faculty, staff, alumni, and students.
LFC - Curriculum - Undergraduate [Committee Member]
Desc: Our Provost has initiated a process to convert as many undergraduate programs as possible to 120 credits (vs. 128) so this committee worked to propose Option 1 which requires Quantitative Reasoning in-depth sequence of ECO 105, ECO 106, MAT 111, and MAT 117. Since these courses are already required in our curriculum (exception is MAT 111 is not required by Marketing), this will result in the smallest loss of free electives. Other curriculum related matters such as new course and program proposals such as the new BBA in Arts and Entertainment Management were also dealt with.
LFC - Doctoral Education [Committee Member]
Desc: All curriculum related issues that were brought in front of the committee were extensively discussed and resolved in the best interest of the doctoral students.
LFC - Student Relations - Graduate [Committee Member]
Dean's Mid Term Review Committee [Committee Member]
Desc: I was appointed by the Dean to be his representative on his mid tenure review committee. As a member of the committee I conducted in depth interviews with the Dean as well as the Chairs of the Management and Accounting Departments. In addition, we put together a comprehensive survey for all members of the faculty and administration at Lubin.
Committee's Key Accomplishments: We conducted a school wide survey and in the end, met with the Dean to report the results of the review process and provide constructive, insightful and detailed feedback from the quantitative and qualitative assessment tools used.
Admission and Retention
[Committee CO-Chair for transition period Spring 2014]
Desc: Organized committee meetings every two weeks with the help of Gerald Ardito, the new Chair, to cover urgent admission and retention related matters university wide. Worked with the new members on EORO and its assessment. Personally promoted EORO to faculty and hosted two successful EORO events in the Spring semester
Admission and Retention
Desc: I personally organized every single committee meeting held every two weeks to cover urgent admission and retention related matters university wide. I have personally worked with the Provost's office, Enrollment Management, Deans offices, OSA and Financial Aid with the goal of significantly improving our admission and retention numbers. I have worked with Sue Maxam, and Robina Schepp repeatedly on various enrollment and retention issues.
Committee's Key Accomplishments: With support and help from the Provost's office, the Deans of Lubin, Dyson and Seidenberg, and the committee in general, and after countless hours of labor, we were able to successfully launch and grow the Each One Reach One (EORO) retention initiative. We identified ten activities that have proven to increase retention rates. I wrote the detailed descriptions of the activities, helped with content for the EORO website, personally recruited Lubin faculty to participate, and much more. I have made numerous presentations at faculty council meetings both Lubin and NY. I have personally promoted EORO and all its activities to individual faculty members one on one throughout the year. I also worked with Dean Russell O'Grady, Mike Verdino and University 101 instructors to promote EORO and as a result, now have a point person to help link faculty with first year students in Dean Russell O'Grady's office.
Admission and Retention Committee
Desc: Organize committee meetings every two weeks to cover urgent admission and retention related matters university wide. Work with the Provost's office, Enrollment Management, Deans offices, OSA and Financial Aid with the goal of significantly improving our admission and retention numbers. Separately, I also wroked with Mark Poisel's office to help with the research process undertaken in Spring 2012 to understand the major problem with women and retention at Pace.
Committee's Key Accomplishments: Over the past year, I have worked tirelessly with my co-chair and the Provost's office to launch the Each One Reach One Faculty led retention initiative. We have met with the Deans of the various schools and got approval for funding from them as well as the new Provost. The program is currently in the launch phase with a detailed website hosted by the Provost's office. Countless hours were spent in creating, building and bringing this major retention initiative to fruition. It is unique and different from all other retention efforts in that it is entirely faculty initiated and dependent on individual faculty organization and engagement. I will be the Lubin representative to whom all interested faculty will forward event ideas, plans and related queries throughout the year.
Let's Get Ready
Desc: Faculty advisor to High School students from across Westchester County NY for the first Career Day Event. Advised a large group of students and led several team building exercises throughout the day. I also made a one hour presentation on leadership skills and the power of higher education.
Committee's Key Accomplishments: Please see this email from the organizer: Thursday, August 6, 2015 10:08 AM Hello Ms. Ray, I would like to thank you for volunteering your time and expertise this past Saturday at Let's Get Ready's first Westchester Career Day. The event was a resounding success reaching over 100 students. I spoke with some of the students towards the end of the day, and all of them had nothing but wonderful things to say about the professionals and how helpful they were throughout the event! The success of the Career Day could not have been possible without your help. Once again, thank you for everything that you did in volunteering with us, as you helped to make the 2015 Westchester Career Day the best Career Day yet! Thank you, Mac Porter P.S. If you did not have a chance to sign up for our Adult Mentoring program at Career Day and would like to receive more information about the program, please email Kaitlin Fitzpatrick at firstname.lastname@example.org. -- McDonald Porter, Blumenthal Summer Program Associate Let's Get Ready