Faculty

Joseph J. Bucci, D.B.A.

Department Chair; Assistant Professor, Business, Leadership and Management

Bio

Dr. Joseph J. Bucci has over 20 years experience in various human resources and consulting and training roles, including five years as director of the Learning Department of a large corporation in Philadelphia, Pennyslvania. He received his Doctor of Business Administration from Anderson University in Anderson, Indiana.


He is currently teaching as Assistant Professor of Business here at Regent University, after having taught for six years in the Business, Accounting and Management Department at Geneva College in western Pennsylvania. Bucci is also an ordained minister with Vanguard Ministries. He and his wife have five children, and consider Cherry Hill, New Jersey, their hometown.

Awards

Toastmasters International Founder and First President; Advanced Toastmaster status (Bronze level)
CARDONE Industries Toastmasters Club Permanent Teacher Certification; Presidential Citation, CARDONE Industries
State of New Jersey Certified Trainer: Situational Leadership (SLII), Leadership Training for Supervisors (LTS)
Recognized for Coordination of first-ever on-site MBA program, CARDONE Industries, Philadelphia, PA
Recognized for Coordination of first-ever National Salesforce Training, CARDONE Industries, Philadelphia, PA
Recognized for Successful Reaccreditation of Business program, Geneva College

Publications

Papers and Presentations Submitted for Publication:


"People Matters: Aligning Company Values and Expressions of Faith." Published in the August 2014 newsletter of the Christian Business Chamber of Hampton Roads. Retrieved August 14, 2014, from http://www.chamberorganizer.com/cbcgate/v_newsletters/article_247988693.htm.


"The Case for Inclusion of Redemptive Managerial Dimensions in Servant Leadership Theory." Research Paper submitted to Christian Business Faculty Association (CBFA) for its annual meeting, 2014. Presented at the Christian Business Faculty Association Annual Conference 2014. Awarded "Best of Conference Award."


"Talent Acquisition: Developing Untapped Talent Utilizing Redemptive Manager Behaviors." Research Paper submitted to Christian Business Faculty Association (CBFA) for its annual meeting, 2014. Presented at the Christian Business Faculty Association Annual Conference 2014.


"Servant Leadership: Are Redemptive Managerial Behaviors Missing from the Mix?" Research Paper submitted and presented to the Regent School of Business & Leadership Servant Leadership Roundtable, May 2014.


"Manager Tendencies to Offer Second-Chance Opportunities: Follow-Up Research Comparing Faith-Oriented Managers with a General Manager Population." Presented at the Christian Business Faculty Association Annual Conference 2013.


"Evidence of Redemptive Manager Behaviors in Successfully Reinstating Terminated Workers." Published Doctoral Dissertation 2011. A summary of this dissertation was presented at the Christian Business Faculty Association Annual Conference, 2012.


Contributed two topical devotionals which were published as a part of a compilation edition, Solomon Was a Businessperson. This book was published in the fall of 2008.


"An Examination of Redemptive Manager Behaviors in Reinstating Terminated Workers: An Organizational Case Study." Presented at the Christian Business Faculty Association Annual Conference 2011. Awarded "Best of Conference Award."


"Building a Network to Enhance Student Learning." Program presented at the Christian Business Faculty Association Annual Conference 2010.


"Excellence in College Teaching: Entrepreneurship and Ethics Courses." Programs presented at the Christian Business Faculty Association Annual Conference 2009.


"Faith Influenced Managers and Terminal Worker Behavior." Presented at the Christian Business Faculty Association Annual Conference 2008.


"A Theology of Business: Leading like Jesus in the Workplace." Program presented at the monthly meeting of Leaders Serving Beaver County, Beaver, PA, April 2008.


"Empowering Business Students to Create Their Own Ethical Decision-Making Model." Presented at the Christian Business Faculty Association Annual Conference 2007.


"Charting a New Course: One College's Use of a Marketing Orientation in a Unified Approach to Constituency Relations." Submitted for publication to the Journal of Marketing for Higher Education September 1, 2006.

Affiliations

Christian Business Faculty Association
Ordained Minister, Vanguard Ministries

Meet Our Faculty

Brian Baugus, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Business, Leadership and Management

757.352.4771 bbaugus@regent.edu
Cheryl Beauchamp, M.S.

Department Chair, Engineering & Computer Science

757.352.4772 cherbea@regent.edu
Young B. Choi, Ph.D.

Professor, Engineering & Computer Science

757.352.4949 ychoi@regent.edu
Kevin R. Crawford, Ph.D.

Visiting Assistant Professor of Communication and Media Arts

Undergraduate Communication Studies Program Coordinator

757.352.4254 kevicra@regent.edu
Peter Fraser, Ph.D.

Director, School of Communications & the Arts

757.352.4562 pfraser@regent.edu
Cheryl A. Gould, Ed.D.

Assistant Professor, Teacher Education and Interdisciplinary Studies

757.352.4029 chergou@regent.edu
Kevin Grimm, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Government, History and Criminal Justice

757.352.4551 kgrimm@regent.edu
Dominick D. Hankle, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Department Chair, Psychology

757.352.4762 dhankle@regent.edu
James M. Henderson, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Biblical Studies and Christian Ministry

757.352.4993 jamehe1@regent.edu
Robert Herron, Ph.D.

Dean, College of Arts & Sciences

  rherron@regent.edu
Nicholas Higgins, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Government, History and Criminal Justice, General Education

757.352.4780 nichhig@regent.edu
C. Eric Jones, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Psychology

757.352.4742 ejones@regent.edu
Tom Keiser, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Biblical Studies and Christian Ministry

757.352.4047 tkeiser@regent.edu
Stephen M King, Ph.D.

Associate Dean of Faculty and Teaching

Chair, Department of Government, History, and Criminal Justice

Professor of Government

757.352.4753 smking@regent.edu
Dan Koev, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Government, History and Criminal Justice, General Education

  dkoev@regent.edu
Kurt Kreassig, Ed.D.

Assistant Professor, Department Chair, Teacher Education and Interdisciplinary Studies

757.352.4372 kkreassig@regent.edu
Patricia Lutz, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Science, Technology, and Mathematics

757.352.4432 plutz@regent.edu
Micah Mattix, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of English

Department Chair, English

757-352-4464 mmattix@regent.edu
Joshua McMullen, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, General Education

Department Chair, General Education

Director, Honors Program

757.352.4776 jmcmullen@regent.edu
Gerson Moreno-Riaño, Ph.D.

Executive Vice President, Academic Affairs

757.352.4320 gmorenoriano@regent.edu
Jeremy Painter, D.Litt.

Assistant Professor, English

Director of University Writing Center

757.352.4144 jerepai@regent.edu
William Reddinger, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Government, History and Criminal Justice

757.352.4470 wreddinger@regent.edu
Miles Smith, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

  mjsmith@regent.edu
Peggy Southerland, B.A.

Chair of Communication and Arts Department

Professional-in-Residence

Animation

757.352.4698 peggys@regent.edu
Robert S. Stewart Jr., Ph.D.

Professor

Department Chair, Science, Technology and Math

757.352.4405 rstewart@regent.edu
Charles Turnitsa, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor in Engineering & Computer Science

757.352.4691 cturnitsa@regent.edu
Kenneth Wantz, Ph.D.

Professor, Science, Technology, and Mathematics

757.352.4755 kwantz@regent.edu
Stephen A. Webb, M.S.

Principal Lecturer, Government, History and Criminal Justice

757.352.4609 swebb@regent.edu
David Xu, MFA

Associate Professor, Communication and Arts

757.352.4235 dxu@regent.edu