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Marcio Coelho

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Email: Marcio.Coelho@prov.ca

Phone: 204-433-7488 ext. 205

Office: MB03


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Marcio Coelho, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Business Administration

  • 472.12 Organizational Behaviour
  • 471.21 Fundamentals of Marketing
  • 471.12 Business Communications
  • 471.33 International Business
  • 471.13 Introduction to Business
  • 471.43 Consumer Behaviour

Mackenzie Presbyterian University (BR)

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Communications and Marketing

2010

Mackenzie Presbyterian University (BR)

Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.), Marketing Administration

1999

Pontifical Catholic University of Campinas (BR)

Bachelor's Degree (B.A.), Journalism

1995

Southern Presbyterian University (BR)

Bachelor's Degree (B.A.), Theology

1985

Peer Reviewed Articles

  • Coelho, Marcio. "A Essencia da Aministracao" (The Essentials of Administration) - 2007 - Saraiva ed. Sao Paulo - Brazil.

Workshops & Presentations

Present

  • Providence University College, Faculty (since 2016)
  • Futurpreneur, Community Partner (since 2014)
  • Business Consultant (since 2014)
  • Presbyterian Church of Brazil, Minister (since 1985)

Past

  • University of Manitoba (Winnipeg, MB), Postdoctoral Fellow (2015-2016) 
  • Laureate Universities (Sao Paulo, BR), Part-Time Faculty (2008-2017)
  • Senac - Brazilian Commercial Training Service (Sao Paulo, BR), Part-Time Faculty (2008-2017)
  • Mackenzie Presbyterian University (Sao Paulo, BR), Part-Time Faculty, (1998-2009)
  • Mackenzie Presbyterian Institute, Manager of Social Communication Department (1997-1998)
  • Presbyterian Brazil Newspaper, General Editor (1997)

Professional Associations

  • SIM Brasil - Mission - Serving in Mission

Select Awards

  • 2015: Research Fellowship ($40,000) sponsored by Research Chair in Caregiver Communication
  • 2006: Scholarship ($34,000) sponsored by Mackenzie Presbyterian Institute for Doctoral Studies
  • 1998: Scholarship ($17,600) sponsored by Mackenzie Presbyterian Institute for Master Studies