Marion Philadelphia

Chair of the Department of Business Communication and Professor of Clinical Business Communication
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Ed.D. USC, Rossier School of Education; M.A. University of Hamburg

Marion Philadelphia has a background in public relations, journalism, and marketing. Before joining Marshall, she was involved in the creative development of large-scale international projects in the themed entertainment industry. Originally from Germany, she has edited and translated many works of non-fiction, contributed to Cal Tech's Einstein Papers Project, and is a published author. She is particularly interested in intercultural business communication and has expertise in addressing the needs of international, transfer, and minority students. A Rossier School of Education alumna, she specializes in pedagogy, instructional design, and faculty professional development. She is a recipient of the USC Mellon Award for Excellence in Faculty Mentoring Faculty.
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Peter Cardon, Marion Philadelphia () "The Role of Motivational Values in the Construction of Change Messages ,"  Business and Professional Communication Quarterly  78, 215-230.
Marion Philadelphia () "Der Gaukler der Konige ,"  Random House/Bertelsmann-Blanvalet.