I love Hodges University because I enjoy making a beneficial difference in the lives of our students, personally and professionally, via quality education in an effective learning environment that makes use of advanced educational technology. As a faculty member, I’m so honored and proud to see our students’ success, career advancement and recognition in the business world.
Aysegul Timur, Ph.D., is a Professor and Program Chair of Business Administration and Public Administration for undergraduate and graduate programs at the Johnson School of Business, Hodges University. Dr. Timur received her doctoral degree in Economics from the University of South Florida, and both her Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in Business Administration from the University of Istanbul. Her areas of specialization include business policy and organizational development, quality control, statistics for strategic planning, health (especially pharmaceutical pricing) and international economics. She has been a faculty member at Hodges University since 2000. Dr. Timur is also a management consultant and corporate trainer for local companies in Southwest Florida. Her distinguished teaching and scholarly attributes were recognized by the Hodges University community when she was awarded Professor of the Year for 2005, Dean’s Research Award in 2007 and Dean’s Community and University Service Award in 2008 at the Kenneth Oscar Johnson School of Business. Her accomplishments, service and contributions to the Lee County Community are also recognized by the Greater Ft. Myers Chamber of Commerce as one of the five finalists for the Women in Business APEX Awards of 2009.
Dr. Timur is a member of the Sigma Beta Delta and Beta Gamma Sigma International Honor Societies and a member of the Southern Economic Association, International Health Economics Association, American Society of Health Economists, the Clute Institute and Naples Council on World Affairs (including Outreach Committee). Her work has been published in several distinguished journals and presented in international and national conferences.
Dr. Timur enjoys contributing to her community, volunteer service for educational systems, speaking at civic organizations and participating in chamber of commerce and other community organizations’ research projects. She defines education not solely about degree programs or specific disciplines to accomplish, but about helping her students find their potential by learning how to think critically, communicate effectively, take initiative, demonstrate leadership, and research information to avoid biased thinking. It is a long-standing goal of hers to help create a “thinking community” with intellectual and professional citizens.
She has a goal of making a beneficial difference in the lives of her students, personally and professionally, via quality education in an effective learning environment that makes use of advanced educational technology. As a faculty member, she is both honored and proud to see her students succeed in career advancement and recognition in the business world.
Personally, she is married to Ali Mete Timur and has two wonderful children who provide her the energy to realize her fullest potential every day.