Professor Bodlak is an Assistant Teaching Professor of Marketing in Roosevelt University’s Heller College of Business. He joined the University in 2020 after having spent seventeen-plus years at Robert Morris University, teaching marketing to both graduate and undergraduate students. Professor Bodlak has particular depth of experience in the areas of international marketing and integrated marketing communications.
Prior to his experience as a professional educator, Professor Bodlak worked for several multinational corporations, responsible for developing and implementing integrated corporate and marketing communication programs. He’s worked for traditional companies in established industries. He’s also worked for successful entrepreneurial start-ups.
Professor Bodlak is a graduate of the University of Illinois at Chicago, where he was awarded a Bachelor of Arts degree in Media. He concurrently earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing. He later attended the City Colleges of Chicago and earned an Associates degree in Data Processing. He has a Masters Degree in Business Administration from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University, with concentrations in Marketing, International Business and Organization Behavior.
Professor Bodlak is a lifelong resident of the Chicago area. He thoroughly enjoys all things international (language, cuisine, culture) and has been blessed with opportunity to travel to more than twenty countries, for either business or pleasure.
Fun facts: Professor Bodlak loves a good ‘garbage’ pizza, could easily spend an entire day combing through a flea market and knows how to send and receive Morse code.