- PhD, Marketing, Fuqua School of Business, Duke University
- BS Magna Cum Laude, Economics, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
- BA Magna Cum Laude, Psychology, The College of Arts and Sciences, University of Pennsylvania
Eugenia Wu is an Assistant Professor of Business Administration at the Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business at the University of Pittsburgh. Eugenia’s research examines how emotions and social influences affect persuasion and consumption behaviors. Topics that Eugenia and her coauthors have examined include the role of disgust in enhancing the persuasiveness of fear-based advertising, how the need for self-discovery shapes consumption decisions and how consumers make choices for self and others. Prior to joining the University of Pittsburgh, Eugenia was an Assistant Professor of Marketing at Cornell University. Her teaching experience includes Consumer Behavior and Marketing Management.
Morales, Andrea C., Eugenia C. Wu and Gavan J. Fitzsimons (2012), “How Disgust Enhances the Effectiveness of Fear Appeals,” Journal of Marketing Research, 49 (3), 383-393
Wu, Eugenia C., Keisha M. Cutright and Gavan J. Fitzsimons (2011), “How Asking ‘Who Am I?’ Affects What Consumers Buy: The Influence of Self-Discovery on Consumption,” Journal of Marketing Research, 48 (2), 296-307
Cutright, Keisha M., Eugenia C. Wu, Jillian C. Banfield, Aaron C. Kay and Gavan J. Fitzsimons (2011), “When Your World Must Be Defended: Choosing Products to Justify the System,” Journal of Consumer Research, 38 (1), 62-77
Morales, Andrea and Eugenia C. Wu (2012), “Disgust and Identity” in Identity and Consumption (editors Russell Belk and Ayalla Ruvio), Routledge.
Awards and Honors
Clifford H. Whitcomb Faculty Fellowship, Cornell University, 2012-2013
Apple Teaching Award Finalist, Cornell University, 2012
Doctoral Fellowship in Marketing, Duke University, 2005-2010