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Timothy Timura Professorial Lecturer Department of Finance and Real Estate

Contact
Send email to Timothy Timura
(202) 885-1998 (Office)
KSB - Finance and Real Estate
Kogod - T 35
Degrees
BA Dickinson College (Charles Dana Scholar: Economics); MS University of Pennsylvania; MBA University of Wisconsin-Madison (Wisconsin: Applied Security Analysis Program); EdD University of Pennsylvania (Wharton Executive Education, Experiential Learning Theory); DBA Case Western Reserve University (Weatherhead: Behavioral Finance); Postdoctoral Studies University of Florida-Gainesville (Warrington: Alternative Assets)

Bio
Dr. Timothy Timura, CFA, CAIA has returned to the Kogod School of Business Finance and Real Estate faculty. By his own account, he successfully completed "The Timura Trilogy" - having served in the professional, academic and government worlds. In recognition of his accomplishments, in 2018, the Portage, Pennsylvania native was awarded a Fulbright by the US Department of State. Professionally, for over thirty years, Timothy has held investment management positions with Federated Investors, Principal Financial, and the State Teachers Retirement System of Ohio (OhioSTRS). Academically, prior to KSB, he taught financial economics at The Ohio State University, the Pennsylvania Bankers Association School at Bucknell University, Lehigh University, the University of Pennsylvania, and participated as a Research Fellow at Case Western Reserve University. Most recently, Timothy served as Deputy Chief Economist and Deputy Director at the US Securities and Exchange Commission's Division of Economic and Risk Analysis (DERA). An advocate of alternative asset investment strategies, a disciple of behavioral finance, a proponent of experiential learning theory, and the author of The Duplicity Effect, The Retirement Learning Cycle, and Is Wall Street Research Useful?, Timura has research interests in experiential learning theory (as applied to financial literacy, case studies, student managed investment funds, and real estate investment trust programs) as well as teaching interests in his Python for Finance, R for Finance, and Hedge Fund experimental courses.
For the Media
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Teaching

Spring 2021

  • FIN-060 Introduction to Finance

  • FIN-369 Investment Analysis

  • FIN-369 Investment Analysis

  • FIN-470 Alternative Assets

  • FIN-576 Student-Managed Investmnt Fund

  • REAL-470 Real Estate Investment Trust

Summer 2021

  • FIN-496 Selected Topics:Non-Recurring: Hedge Funds

  • FIN-576 Student-Managed Investmnt Fund

Fall 2021

  • FIN-369 Investment Analysis

  • FIN-369 Investment Analysis

  • FIN-461 Behavioral Finance

  • FIN-576 Student-Managed Investmnt Fund

  • FIN-614 Financial Management

  • REAL-470 Real Estate Investment Trust