Teaches IMC 622 - Multicultural Marketing
Randolph Wilt, Ph.D., holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in marketing from the University of Texas at Austin. He received a Master of Arts in strategic communication and leadership from Seton Hall University and a Master of Business Administration in human resource management from the University of Wisconsin – Whitewater. He earned a doctorate in interpersonal communication from the University of Texas at Austin, with a concentration in conflict management.
Wilt is the deputy director with the University of Texas Project on Conflict Resolution (UTPCR). In this role, he acts as the manager of organizational and corporate training programs for the center. In addition to training, Wilt is a certified mediator and consults organizational leaders in mediation, interest-based negotiation and human resources talent management. In addition to the UTPCR, Wilt has served for more than 25 years in various corporate roles in banking and marketing, including his current position as chairman and past CEO of a national advertising and promotion firm in Austin, Texas. Academically, Wilt teaches a variety of courses as an adjunct instructor at St. Edwards University. His teaching career is extremely diverse from his more than three decades of experience teaching traditional college students, returning adults and those in-between. Wilt’s teaching expertise ranges from basic communication and public speaking skills to strategic and business communication, and from banking and economics to conflict management and negotiation skills. Wilt is also a visiting professor and consultant for Emanuel University of Oradea, Romania – Griffiths School of Management. In this role, he teaches Romanian students international human resource development and talent management in addition to supporting the university’s development of their online programs and organizational consulting.