Theta Chi is one of the oldest men’s college fraternities in North America. Founded in 1856, more than 175,000 members have enjoyed the Fraternity’s traditions,more info
Robert F. (Bob) Dyer is an Emeritus Professor of Marketing at George Washington University. His BBA (’65) and MBA (’66) are from BG and his PhD from the University of Maryland. He continues to teach on-line courses for GWU and is an active writer of case studies and articles focusing on consumer safety issues and Nordic companies.
Bob is also the President of the Washington, D.C. chapter of the American Marketing Association, Head of the Collegiate Activities Division of American Marketing Association National (over 300 chapter across the U.S.). Appointed as a Distinguished Chair in Marketing by the U.S. Fulbright Commission; in residence at the Technical University in Lisbon, Portugal (academic year 2006-2007). Professor Emeritus of Marketing at the George Washington University.
Bob and his wife, Ann-Marie, live in Sweden during the summer. His sports passion is golf and he plays for the senior men’s team for his club in Warrenton, Virginia. Bob has been a guest professor abroad in France, Ireland, Egypt, Portugal and Sweden. Prior to GWU Bob was a faculty member at Westminster College, Bowling Green and Maryland. Bob was secretary and president of Gamma Mu. A Youngstown, Ohio product, Bob followed his brother Dave to BG then to Theta Chi.
Bob’s wife, Ann-Marie worked in the Press and Information area at the Swedish Embassy in D.C. They have three children and six grandchildren. Bob’s favorite memories of Theta Chi are the singing of the brotherhood; 25 cent Buckeye beer drafts at Meades, and our wins in the DU Bike Race. His email is email@example.com and cell is 703-472-1137