Matteo Peroni

Assistant Professor, Marketing

Office location:

International Business Center

Room 343

Email: maperoni@lynn.edu

Phone: +1 561-237-7652

Education

B.S., Fairleigh Dickinson University
D.B.A., University of Phoenix
M.B.A., Lynn University

Teaching philosophy

Matteo Peroni believes that a professor is more than just an individual who teaches theories and methodologies. A professor is someone who has the duty and privilege of positively guiding and shaping a student's academic and professional life. Teaching and learning are at their most effective when there is a mutual respect between professor and learners, and when the classroom environment promotes a lot of interaction and hands-on experience. He argues that marketing itself is a dynamic, exciting field, constantly presenting new challenges and opportunities. As a result, he believes in combining theories and methods of marketing with the latest hands-on approaches and technologies, while maintaining a dynamic, fun, and engaging learning environment.

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