Dr. Noordewier joined UVM's Grossman School of Business in the fall of 1990, after spending a year as Visiting Assistant Professor at Yale University. Prior to Yale, he taught at Ohio State University and the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Recent courses that he has taught at UVM include marketing management, sustainable marketing, and marketing decision-making under uncertainty. Professor Noordewier received the Graduate Teacher of the Year Award in 2012. He is a Fellow at UVM's Gund Institute for Ecological Economics, an interdisciplinary organization with the stated purpose of integrating "natural and social sciences to understand the interactions between people and nature and to help build a sustainable future." In research related to sustainability, he is co-author of an article on collaborative environmental planning in river management (published in the Journal of Environmental Management), and in research-in-progress is co-investigating the moderating effect of industry pollution-related factors on firm financial performance. Other publications include articles in the Journal of Purchasing and Materials Management, the Journal of Health Care Marketing, the Journal of Marketing, the Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, the Journal of Business Logistics, Real Estate Economics, the Journal of Real Estate Research, the Journal of Housing Research, and the Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science. Professor Noordewier is also co-author of a book on customer service.
**For code related to Kingsley, Noordewier, & Vanden Bergh’s Journal of World Business article “Understating and Overstating Interaction Results in International Business Research” (2017), please see here.
Associations and Affiliations
American Marketing Association.