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Anthony Francescucci

Dr. Anthony Francescucci is an Associate Professor and Associate Dean, Faculty and Academic (ADFA). He is the recipient of both a Dean’s Teaching Award (2017) and a Teaching Innovation Award (2022). Dr. Francescucci is passionate about teaching and curriculum design. His portfolio includes overseeing the undergraduate academic course planning process, including faculty loading and scheduling across the Ted Rogers School. He also serves as Chair of the Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, leading the Faculty in important discussions related to curriculum planning and innovation. Additionally, the ADFA is responsible for leading the work of the accreditation/analytics and periodic program review support teams, as well as overseeing the work of the Director of Academic Appeals.

Dr. Francescucci joined TMU as a faculty member in the marketing management department in 2007, and has had an active teaching, research, and service agenda. He has taught a diversity of marketing courses and has also developed and evolved several courses including the synchronous blended version of MKT100. He has an active research agenda that involves research in business-to-business marketing, online learning and social media. He is highly involved in service across the university, including department committees, the TFA Representative Council and on the TFA Executive. Most recently, he has served as the Chair of the Marketing Management department.  

Prior to joining TMU as a faculty member, he worked in professional practice in several senior marketing and administrative roles. His experience both at TMU and in professional practice will serve him well in the role of Interim Associate Dean Faculty and Academic.

Dr. Francescucci earned his DBA from the University of Manchester, his MBA from the Ivey School of Business at Western University and his BBA from Ryerson Polytechnic University.

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Dr. Anthony Francescucci, Associate Dean, Faculty and Academic