Justin Bond has been teaching at Faulkner University since 2005. He earned his Ph.D. in Business, with an emphasis in Information Systems, from Auburn University. He earned his MBA with an emphasis in human resource management from Auburn University at Montgomery, and his bachelor’s degree in computer information systems at Faulkner. He also holds a certificate in digital marketing from Cornell University.
At the undergraduate level, he has taught Computer Applications, Programming, Advanced Programming, Network Management, Principles of Management, Personnel/Human Resource Management, Readings in Management, Technological Configuration and Troubleshooting, and Webpage Architecture, Principles of Information Systems, and Digital Marketing. At the graduate level, Bond has taught Management of Information Systems (MSM), Business Policy & Strategy (MSM), Business Ethics (MSM), and Strategic Management (MBA).
He has presented papers at the annual meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute, the Americas Conference on Information Systems, and the European Design Science Symposium. He has published research in the Journal of Computer Information Systems, The International Journal of Engineering Education, and Transactions on Human Computer Interaction.
Justin Bond is a member of the Association for Information Systems and the Academy of Management. He also participates on a variety of university committees.
In his free time, he enjoys outdoor activities such as fishing, camping, hiking, and scuba diving.
“I choose to teach at Faulkner because I know excellent academics and Christianity are not mutually exclusive. Having experienced a variety of university settings as a student, I feel blessed to be a part of an institution where I can know each of my students individually and share experiences with both students and co-workers in a Christian environment. I’m able to provide input with regard to issues that impact my department and the entire university, and I’m confident that I will always have the administration’s support to succeed as a teacher and researcher,” says Bond.