Christina McDowell

Associate Dean/Associate Professor of Marketing and Business Communications

Management and Marketing, Dean's Office
Christina McDowell


  • “Ethical Implications of the General Data Protection Directive for Virtual Personal Marketing Assistants”, IEEE (2018)
    Conference Proceeding
  • “Communication Ethics: Iris Murdoch”, Peter Lang Publishing (2018)
    Book Chapter
  • “Artificial intelligence: Redefining marketing management and the customer experience”, Journal of E-Entrepreneurship and Innovation (IJEEI) (2018)
    Journal Article
  • “The impact of artificial intelligence and the virtual personal assistants on marketing”, IGI Global, Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology (2018)
    Journal Article
  • “Niceness, Flattery, and Deceit”, Western Communication Journal (2018)
    Journal Article
  • “Finding clarity: Professional civility and the art of listening in effective business communication”, Listening/Journal of Communication, Religion, and Culture (2017)
    Journal Article
Additional Research

Education & Affiliations


Duquesne University, PhD in Rhetoric
Duquesne University, MA in Communication
Duquesne University, BA in Communication


American Marketing Assocaition (AMA)
Religious Communication Association (RCA)
National Communication Association (NCA)
Team-Based Learning Collaborative (TBLC)
Southern States Communication Association (SSCA)
Eastern States Communication Association (ECA)
Pennsylvania Communication Association (PCA)