David Turi, Ph.D. Associate Professor and Associate Dean

Professor David Turi has an extensive background in the entertainment and media industry with over 20 years experience. As the controller for two high profile international talent agencies, and an analyst for a Dow Jones Company, David has had the opportunity to work throughout the world. While at Felician College, David spent time in Assisi, Italy attending a Leadership program for Franciscan based organizations and continues his work by serving as a permanent member of the Franciscan Center for Mission Integration. The purpose of this Center is to educate secular faculty, administrators and executives in the Franciscan Tradition. In addition to permanent membership in the Franciscan Center, David sits on the Institutional Assessment Council at Felician College. The Institutional Assessment Council provides guidance, structure, and support for the ongoing assessment of academic, non-academic and administrative units of the College. In 2012, David completed his studies at Seton Hall University and has his PhD in Higher Education Leadership, Management and Policy. His interest in research is in the area of student engagement and student development. David is the Associate Dean of Undergraduate Business Programs at Felician College

Courses Taught at Felician College

Undergraduate:

ACC100 - Principles of Financial Accounting I
ACC200 - Managerial Accounting
ACC220 - Principles of Financial Accounting II
BUS341 - Research and Analysis using Statistics
BU499 - Business Research

Graduate:

ACC571 - Managerial Accounting
QUANT571 - Statistical Analysis

Publications

Examination of the relationship between student engagement and the development of character in mission driven faith-based colleges and universities as measured by the national survey of student engagement.
Turi, D. (April 2013). Presented at the International Assembly of Collegiate Business Education, Orlando, Fl.
Accountability Reform and the Higher Education Act of 2008.
Castiglia, B. and Turi, D. (March 2012). Presented at the 2012 IACBE Annual Conference in Kansas City, Missouri.
Examination of the relationship between student engagement and the development of character in mission driven faith-based colleges and universities as measured by the national survey of student engagement.
Turi, D. (2012). Dissertation, as partial fulfillment of Doctor of Philosophy, Seton Hall University, College of Education and Human Services.
Strengthening Ethical Decision Making and Performance: A Multidisciplinary Approach.
Geaney, M., Burnor, R., Casey, D., Shore, R., and Turi, D. (2011). Manuscript in preparation.
Assessment of the Online Instructor.
Parietti, I. and Turi, D. (2011). Accepted for publication (January, 2011) for the Journal of Educational Leadership.
Charting the Integration of Ethics in the Business Curriculum.
Castiglia, B. and Turi, D. (March 2011). Presented at the 2011 IACBE Annual Conference in Henderson Nevada.
Articulation Agreements and Campus Partnerships: Community College Graduates to Four-year Colleges.
Lyn-Cook, W. and Turi, D. (March 2011). Presented at the 2011 NJ-NY ACRAO (American Association of Collegiate Registrars) Conference at BCC in Paramus, NJ.
The Challenges of Assessing Diverse Populations of Students: One School’s Solution.
Castiglia, B. and Turi, D. (March 2010). Proceedings of the International Assembly of Collegiate Business Education, Newport, RI.
A Balanced Scorecard for Business Programs in Higher Education: Best Practices in Outcomes Assessment.
Geaney, M. and Turi, D. (March, 2010). Proceedings of the International Assembly of Collegiate Business Education, Newport, RI.
The Assessment of the Online Instructor.
Parietti, I. and Turi, D. (March, 2010). Proceedings of the International Assembly of Collegiate Business Education, Newport, RI.
The impact of voluntary accountability on the design of higher education assessment.
Castiglia, B. and Turi, D. (2010). Accepted for publication (2009) Proceedings of the Allied Academies International Conference, New Orleans, LA.
The impact of voluntary accountability on the design of higher education assessment.
Castiglia, B. & Turi, D. (2009). Accepted for publication (April, 2010) for the Journal of Educational Leadership. Distinguished Research Award, Allied Academies.
A Balanced Scorecard for Business Programs in Higher Education: Best Practices in Outcomes Assessment.
Geaney, M. and Turi, D. (October, 2009). Proceedings of the International Assembly of Collegiate Business Education, NY, NY.
The Journey Along the Path of Animating and Transforming Campus Life.
Baker, D., Chalfin, S., Finn, J., Guillory, A., Ruocco, Maureen, and Turi, D. (August, 2008). Proceedings of the Association of Franciscan Colleges and Universities (AFCU), Alvernia, Pennsylvania.
Contact Phone:
(201) 559-3327
Contact Fax:
(201) 559-3328

Education

BBA, Managerial Accounting, Pace University, NY
MBA, Managerial Accounting, Fairleigh Dickenson University, NJ
PhD, Seton Hall University, NJ