Hodges University Dean Receives Leader of the Year Award
Aysegul Timur, dean of the Johnson School of
Business (JSOB) at Hodges University, was presented with the
Frank V. Mastrianna Education Leader of the Year Award at the International Assembly for
Collegiate Business Education (IACBE) 2016 Annual Conference
and Assembly Meeting held April 5-8 in Memphis, Tennessee.
am so honored to receive the Frank
V. Mastrianna Education Leader of the Year Award
by the IACBE. My entire team works so hard and this recognition is for all of
our hard work,” said Timur.
Frank V. Mastrianna Education Leader of the Year Award is presented to
individuals who are leaders in higher education and are making valuable and
significant contributions to a higher education institution or organization.
According to IACBE, the recipient must be part of the IACBE community and is
chosen based on his/her contributions to education, the community and to IACBE
and/or members of IACBE.
Timur met all of our criteria and what set her apart were her contributions to
Hodges University, as well as her active involvement within the Naples
community and to the IACBE,” said Dennis Gash, president of the IACBE. “I
understand she played a significant role in the self-study for accreditation,
which was extremely well done.”
2015, Hodges’ Johnson School of Business received
reaffirmation of accreditation of its business,
accounting and management programs by IACBE. The school was publicly recognized
for its achievement during the annual conference’s accreditation banquet.
the Johnson School of Business:
University’s Johnson School of Business degree programs present a useful blend
of business theory and practical skills at the undergraduate or graduate level.
Degree options are available for students who are just beginning their careers
or for established business professionals. Our benefactor, Kenneth Oscar
Johnson was a distinguished chemical engineer, respected petroleum industry
executive and a venture capitalist who helped small companies succeed. To honor
his legacy of professional excellence, entrepreneurial ingenuity and generous
support of Hodges University’s educational mission, the university renamed its
School of Business to the Johnson School of Business at Hodges University in