Georgiana Craciun, Ph.D.
Georgiana Craciun , Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Marketing
Palumbo Donahue School of Business
Contact Information
816 Rockwell Hall
Pittsburgh, PA, 15282
Phone: 412.396.2623 Fax: 412.396.4764

Georgiana Craciun, assistant professor of Marketing, earned her Ph.D. from the University of South Carolina. Her research interests include consumer information disclosure in electronic commerce, consumer decision making in online environments, consumer welfare and public policy, and innovation in teaching methods. Her work has appeared in scholarly journals such as the Journal of Business Research, Computers in Human Behavior, Journal of Consumer Behaviour, Journal of Marketing Education, and Marketing Education Review. Additionally, her research has been presented at such conferences as the Association for Consumer Research, the American Marketing Association, Marketing and Public Policy and the Society for Marketing Advances.

Formerly, Professor Craciun taught Introduction to Marketing, Consumer Behavior, Advertising and Public Relations, and Marketing Research at Loyola University Maryland, University of Pittsburgh, Slippery Rock University, and La Roche College.

At Duquesne, Georgiana is currently teaching Introduction to Marketing and Research Applications Marketing.

Educational Background

Ph.D. in Business Administration, Marketing
University of South Carolina
Columbia, SC

Master in Global Management and Development
University of Antwerp
Antwerp, Belgium

Bachelor of Science, Economics
Academy of Economic Studies
Bucharest, Romania

Academic Honors, Grants and Awards

  • School of Business Administration Summer Research Grant, Duquesne University, 2015, 2016, and 2017
  • Faculty Research Grant, Duquesne University, 2017 and 2018
  • The Lattanze Center @ Loyola College in Maryland Research Grant, 2009
  • Loyola College in Maryland Junior Faculty Sabbatical Research Grant, 2008
  • Beta Gamma Sigma
  • American Marketing Association Sheth Doctoral Consortium Fellow, 2003
  • Graduate Research and Teaching Fellowship, University of South Carolina 2000-2005