Dr. Ray joined ETBU August 2011 as the Dean of the Fred Hale School of Business. He has extensive experience in industry and corporate training as well as spending the last several years in administrative roles in higher education. Dr. Ray especially enjoys interaction with students and the community.
His favorite passage in the Bible is taken from Micah 6:8
What doth the Lord require of thee, but to do justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God.
Doctor of Business Administration, 2004
Nova Southeastern University
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Masters of Business Administration, 1996
Bachelor of Science Business Management, 1993
Associate of Arts, 1993
Associate Professor, LeTourneau University, 2010 to 2011
Assistant Professor, LeTourneau University, 2004 – 2005 and 2008 to Present
Adjunct Professor, Dallas Baptist University, 2000-2001
OTHER WORK EXPERIENCE:
LeTourneau University Associate V. P. Graduate and Professional Studies, 2005 – 2008
LeTourneau University Assistant V. P. University Advancement, 2001 - 2004
Scott Ray & Associates, 2000 - 2005
SBC Communications, Inc., 1973 - 2000
PRESENTATIONS AND PUBLICATIONS:
• Ray, D.S. (2010). The Importance of Identifying Your Ethical Compass. 2010 ISP Conference. Texas Juvenile Probation Commission. Austin, Texas.
• Ray, D.S. and Roller, R.H. (2005). Reducing teacher turnover: An empirical
examination of antecedents of public school teacher turnover. The International Journal of Business and Public Administration, (2)1, 115-127.
• Ray, D.S. and Roller, R.H. (2004). Reducing teacher turnover: An empirical
examination of antecedents of public school teacher turnover. Published in the
proceedings of the International Academy of Business and Public Administration
Disciplines Spring Conference, Tunica, MS, May 2004. ISSN 1547-4836. Note: Best
• Case Studies: Integrating Live and Online Instruction
SBC & General Physics
Training Magazine, January 2001. Contributing author.
• SBC Invests in the Future
Human Capital Strategies & News, January 2001. Contributing author.