Dr. Tomas is Director of Undergraduate Programs and a Senior Lecturer in the Grossman School of Business at the University of Vermont. She teaches courses on Retail Management, Product Management, and Innovation. Amy's primary research interest includes the impact of significant technological, societal and competitive changes in the marketing environment on the retailer-consumer dyad. She has received several research grants and awards to pursue her research from sources including the FedEx Center for Cycle Time Research, Caterpillar, Inc., and The International Council of Shopping Centers. Her scholarly work has been published in marketing journals including Industrial Marketing Management, Journal of Marketing Management, Journal of Marketing Education and The Journal of Shopping Center Research, as well as several national proceedings including Advances in Consumer Research, the Academy of Marketing Science and the Symposium on Patronage Behavior. Amy serves on several editorial review boards and is a regular participant in marketing organizations. Locally, she serves as an Advisory Board member for the University of Vermont Lane Series. Dr. Tomas received her Ph.D. from the University of Memphis, her MBA and BSBA from the University of Akron.
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