Valeri Chukhlomin

 

 


 

My name is Valeri (“Dr. Val”) Chukhlomin and I am an Associate Professor/Academic Area Coordinator/Mentor at SUNY Empire State College. For more than 30 years I have been teaching economics and business related topics in Russia, Australia and lately in the U.S. Currently, I advise students and teach undergraduate International Business, International Marketing, Cross-Cultural Management, International Political Economy, Marketing Strategy (capstone), as well as Scanning the Business Environment, Strategic Executive Leadership (capstone) and Strategic Global Management for the ESC’s MBA program. In addition, I coordinate all undergraduate studies in Marketing at the SUNY ESC Center for Distance Learning. I have extensive professional experience in the field of international marketing and management of higher education, including positions of Chair, Dean, and Vice-President of a major public university in Russia. My research interests include international distance learning, international marketing of education, cross-cultural conflicts, country-of-origin effects, branding, employability skills and global competencies. This site is primarily intended to provide the College community with information about me as an educator, mentor, and consultant. Some materials may be of interest to my colleagues and students in other countries.

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Dec 5th 2016

This competency-based, skill-building course will help non-U.S. students, first generation immigrants and foreign-born professionals better understand and master American e-Learning, as well as other U.S. virtual environments, for college and career success. To excel in American online learning and work environments, international students and foreign-born professionals need to know how American universities and companies use the Internet to organize study and work, develop and execute projects, communicate ideas, collaborate, and solve organizational and technical problems.

Average: 6.5 (2 votes)
Nov 28th 2016

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, in the current economy, Americans shift jobs every 4-5 years, which translates into 8-10 job transitions, including several career changes, over one’s life time. With competition for jobs on the rise, a person’s continuing employability and career success are increasingly defined by his or her mastery of individual career development and the ability to effectively "manage oneself" (P. Drucker). In this course, you will learn how to think strategically and professionally about your career self-management. Through this course you'll develop an objective, external view of your marketable skills as a solid foundation for building a strong career brand.

Average: 10 (2 votes)
Nov 28th 2016

In this course, you will engage in developing and strengthening the functional component of your career brand. Acting as “your own Chief Executive Officer” (P. Drucker), you will learn how to use strategic management models and techniques for enhancing your skills portfolio. You will learn how to increase your human capital by developing and documenting high-demand marketable skills.

Average: 7.5 (4 votes)
Nov 28th 2016

In this course, you will engage in developing and strengthening the emotional component of your career brand. Acting as “your own Chief Executive Officer” (P. Drucker), you will learn how to use strategic marketing models and techniques for enhancing your personal image. You will learn how to communicate and showcase your skills and personality traits to prospective employers.

Average: 8 (4 votes)
Mar 23rd 2015

This competency-based, skill-building course will help non-U.S. students, first generation immigrants and foreign-born professionals better understand and master American eLearning as well as other U.S. virtual environments for college and career success.

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