Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Managerial Economics, International Economics (undergraduate) and Applied Economics (graduate)
Ph.D. Economics, University of South Florida, 2006
MBA, Business Policy and Organization, University of Istanbul, 1997
B.S. Business Administration, University of Istanbul, 1993
Blackboard Teaching and Learning Online, Instructional Design for Online Courses, and Quality Matters – Independent Applying the QM Rubric
Awards & Recognitions:
- 2016 Frank V. Mastrianna Education Leader of the Year Award
- 2013 People of the Year, Trailblazer Award final nominee (WorkforceNow Research Team), New-Press Media Group
- Hodges University Business of the Month Award, Collier County Commission, 2012
- Leadership Collier Class graduate, 2012
- Community Research Collaboration Award, The Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce, 2011
- Women in Business APEX Award finalist, Greater Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce, 2009
- Hispanic Institute Recognition, Hodges University, 2009
- Dean’s Community and University Service Award, Hodges University Johnson School of Business,
- Dean’s Research Award, Hodges University Johnson School of Business, 2007
- Professor of the Year, Hodges University, 2005
- Beta Gamma Sigma International Honor Society for Collegiate Schools of Business
- Sigma Beta Delta International Honor Society for Business, Management and Administration
Publications: To view the complete list of Dr. Timur’s published books and articles, click here.
Dr. Aysegul Timur joined Hodges University in 2000, and she currently serves as the senior vice president of academic affairs and dean of the Johnson School of Business. Dedicated to educating aspiring business professionals, her areas of expertise include business policy and organizational development, quality control, statistics for strategic planning, health, and international economics.
Her career at Hodges has included serving in a variety of positions, including full professor of economics. She was promoted to senior vice president of academic affairs in 2017.
She holds memberships in Southwest Florida FutureMakers Coalition, WorkforceNow Research, Leadership Collier Foundation, Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce – Opportunity Naples and Steering Committee member, Uncommon Friends Foundation, PEAK Group, Seaside Bank Advisory Board, and The Journal of American Academy of Business Editorial Advisory Board. In addition, she is a member of the Southern Economic Association, International Health Economics Association, American Society of Health Economists, Naples Council on World Affairs, APEX Circle – Greater Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce, Lee County Horizon Councils Workforce Committee, and the Southwest Florida Regional Economic Development Alliance.
In her spare time, she enjoys contributing to the community by volunteering with Junior Achievement of SW Florida, Leadership Collier Alumni Association, Southwest Florida Council Boy Scouts of America Alligator District and Collier County Public Schools, and participating in chamber of commerce and other community organizations.