Ken Gray's background

I have a Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology from the University of Michigan (1993). As a graduate student I did research with members of the Marketing Department and Psychology Department. My graduate coursework includes courses in Psychology, Marketing, Cognitive Science, Statistics, and Linguistics. While at Michigan I taught Research Methods in Psychology and was a teaching assistant for Learning and Memory, Perception, Marketing Management, and Consumer Behavior.

After receiving my Ph.D., I accepted a two-year appointment on the Marketing faculty of the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University, where I taught Marketing Research.

Upon leaving Kellogg, I began working at Leo Burnett, a large advertising agency in Chicago (they are responsible for the Jolly Green Giant, Tony the Tiger, among others), where I did marketing research, primarily for Oldsmobile.

While at Burnett, I also taught Research Methods in Psychology at Lewis University.

I joined College of DuPage in 1997.

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