Dr. Frank Tuzi, Ph.D.
Professor of Engineering
School of Engineering
- Ph.D. in Rhetoric and Linguistics, Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
- Masters in Computer Science, Capitol Technology University
- M.A. in Teaching English as a Second Language, West Chester University
- B.S. in Bible with concentrations in education and computers, Lancaster Bible College
Prior to coming to Liberty, Dr. Tuzi worked overseas for about 15 years as a missionary and professor in Japan. During his tenure in Japan, he taught English, computers, TESOL and Bible and served as the director of IT at Tokyo Christian University. He also served in several churches and even served as a deacon and interpreter. In 2009, Dr. Tuzi returned to the States to serve as a professor and Director of the TESOL program at Nyack College in Nyack, NY.
Dr. Tuzi’s research interests center on a variety of fields of study. He has interests in linguistics, education, computer networking, and second language acquisition. Much of his research combines these areas of interest. His focus has included computer-assisted language learning, 2nd language vocabulary, web-based writing assessment, and Open Source alternatives. Dr. Tuzi’s passions include missions, apologetics, Linux, and OpenSource.