Gregory D'Amico

Adjunct Associate Professor

Marketing and Public Relations

Education
  • BA, SUNY at Stony Brook
  • MA, New York University
  • PHD, New York University
Contact Info

Gregory S. D’Amico, Ph.D. is an Adjunct Associate Professor in New York University’s Department of Integrated Marketing where he teaches the Capstone class guiding graduate students in the development of their Business Plan Proposals. Previously, Dr. D’Amico was the director of the Center for Graphic Communications and its M.A and Ph.D. degree programs at New York University’s Steinhardt School of Education. He is the author of three books, Customer-Centered Production, Customer-Centered Marketing, and Business Growth through Effective MIS. His research has focused on the successful implementation of print MIS and the growth of digital printing applications in the graphic communications industry.

Dr. D’Amico also currently serves as the Gravure Endowed Professor in Rochester Institute of Technology’s Dept. of Graphic Media Science & Technology, College of Engineering Technology.

Dr. D’Amico received his B.A. degree in Economics from SUNY Stony Brook and his M.A & Ph.D. degrees from New York University in Training for Managers and Supervisors in Corporations and Industry.

Jan 01 2009

Customer Centered Marketing

By NAPL
Sep 01 2007

Factors for Successful Strategic Alliances Mid Size

By IGAEA/Visual Communications Journal
Sep 01 2006

Barriers to the Implementation of Print MIS

By IGAEA/Visual Communications Journal
Jan 01 2005

Customer Centered Production, Rev. Ed.

By NAPL
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