Some traditions are worth keeping. But, when does tradition become problematic?
Kelly Price completed her Ph.D. of Human Ecology with a concentration in Retail and Consumer Sciences at the University of Tennessee. She currently teaches at East Tennessee State University where she is a three-time recipient of the College of Business and Technology Excellence in Teaching Award. Her research interests include women’s golf, consumer behavior, and online education with numerous presentations and publications in these areas. Her non-academic experience includes management of discount, specialty, and luxury/resort retail including merchandise buying and retail operations management.