Mark C. Zeller, Ph.D.
Mark C. Zeller, Ph.D. is a resident scholar of BGSU's Center for Regional Development, advancing network, institutional, and complexity theories addressing regional economic and geographical factors.
research interests includes the use of social network structures, communication behavior, information flow, and media channel uses applied to innovations and diffusion of innovation, with a focus on chief executive officers, entrepreneurs, civic and academic leaders.
Dr. Zeller has 32 years of experience in international transportation parts manufacturing industry, including 18 years as a chief executive officer prior to returning to graduate school.
management experiences include establishing progressive, collaborative team environments and working with strong labor environments in new and old organization structures globally.
developed and implemented curriculum and management programs, addressing strategic and organization issues.
has taught at the undergraduate level.
has published in the Ohio Journal of Science
, and has authored and co-authored papers presented at conferences of the North American Regional Science Council
, the International Geographical Union
, the Ohio Association of Economists
and Political Scientists
, East Lakes Division of Association of American Geographers, Central States Communication Association, and the National Communication Association
Dr. Zeller received a B.A. in economics from Denison University, and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in communication studies from Bowling Green State University.