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Linda G. Mullen

Associate Professor of Marketing


  • Ph.D. (Marketing), Southern Illinois University
, 2005
  • MBA (Marketing), Southern Illinois University
, 1997
  • BA (Communication Arts and Sciences), Western Michigan University

Areas of Specialization

  • Sales and Sales Management
  • White Collar Crime
  • Academic and Corporate Sales Training through Huthwaithe


Linda G. Mullen is an associate professor of marketing who joined the faculty at Georgia Southern University in August 2004. Her teaching is in the areas of general marketing, sales, advanced sales and sales management. She teaches the sales classes face-to-face and has taught sales management online.  Advanced sales classes give students interested in a sales career the opportunity to become academically certified in “SPIN SELLING.” Students have the opportunity to compete in sales competitions and several career fairs through the classes. Mullen recently returned from Ireland in a student travel abroad semester.

Research interests are in the area of consumer behavior, white collar crime, pedagogy, and sales. Her research has been published in Marketing Education Review, Journal of Marketing Education, The CPA Journal, Journal of Forensic Studies in Accounting and Business, and Journal of International Case Studies.

Service includes co-director of the Center for Sales Excellence and Faculty Senate. Dr. Mullen also advises Beta Gamma Sigma and Sigma Phi Epsilon.

Honors and Awards include Dean’s Citation for Student Engagement; Nominated for Georgia Southern University Award for Excellence in Contributions to Instruction; Brown & Williamson Faculty Award; University of Georgia Fellows Teaching Award; Innovations in Teaching Strategies Retreat – Center for Excellence in Teaching; and Member Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society.

Outside interests include: Georgia Southern athletics, boating, drag racing and traveling abroad.

Office Location

Parker College of Business room 3316
Phone: 912-478-5437


Curriculum Vitae

Last updated: 4/26/2021