Joseph Scuralli, DPS, has been appointed Berkeley College dean, online. In this role Dr. Scuralli works closely with deans and department chairs, supervising and influencing online academic programs. More than 2,900 students enrolled in at least one online class at Berkeley College last year.
“As dean, Dr. Scuralli will provide academic and administrative leadership for Berkeley College online courses and degree programs, furthering curriculum development that engages Berkeley College students so they can achieve success in their respective fields of study while taking online courses,” said Beth M. Castiglia, PhD, Berkeley college provost.
Dr. Scuralli designed and taught the first online Foundations of Marketing course for the Berkeley College MBA in Management program. He most recently served as Berkeley College interim dean, online. In addition to his teaching experience in the Berkeley College Larry L. Luing School of Business®, Dr. Scuralli also served Berkeley College in the positions of chair, management, and interim dean, Larry L. Luing School of Business. As interim dean he oversaw the Accounting, Financial Services, Fashion Merchandising and Management, Management, and Marketing Communications departments. Dr. Scuralli joined the Larry L. Luing School of Business faculty in 2007. As Chair of the Management Department he oversaw five academic program departments, comprised 11 degrees offered. His prior teaching experience included faculty assignments at William Paterson University.
Dr. Scuralli is a member of the Academy of Management. He serves as a Councilman in the Township of Wayne, Ward 4, and was the president of a family-owned plastic-processing machinery business for 10 years. He holds a DPS from Pace University and earned both MBA and BS degrees from Fairleigh Dickinson University.Related Articles: