Roberta Klein, MBA
Roberta Klein has been teaching accounting and finance courses since 1988 and became a full-time Lecturer at RIT in 1995. Her courses include Financial and Managerial Accounting, Tax Accounting, Forensic Accounting, Environmental Accounting, Corporate Finance, and Personal Financial Management. Prior to her teaching career, Roberta was a Tax Specialist at PriceWaterhouse (now PricewaterhouseCoopers). She received her MBA from RIT in 1979 and is a CPA.
Roberta officially retired from RIT in July 2015 but continues to teach in the Online Executive MBA program.
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- M.B.A. in Accounting from RIT, 1979
- B.S. in American History from State University of New York, College at Broc, 1974
- Lecturer | RIT | 1995-Present
- Lecturer | SUNY at Geneseo | 1994-1995
- Asst. Professor | SUNY at Brockport | 1988-1994
- Tax Consultant | Price Waterhouse | 1985-1988
- Supervisor | H & R Block | 1980-1985
- Taxation: federal income
- Taxation: research techniques
- American Accounting Association
- Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
- Institute of Management Accountants
- Certified Public Accountant, New York
- Exemplary Online Teaching Award, RIT - - 2005
- Klein, R., Tyson, T., & , e. (2005). A Continuous Case Project for Introductory Accounting Courses. Teaching and Curriculum Newsletter of the American Accounting Association (pp. ). .
- Klein, R., & Starenko, M. (2006). Strategies for Solving Common Instructional Problems Using Blended Learning. Conference on Faculty-Student Partnerships in.
- Klein, R. (2005). Discussant of paper by Cynthia Bolt, The Citadel, Expenses for Education. AAA Northeast Regional Meeting.
- Klein, R., Neumann, D., & Schley, S. (2005). Panel discussant, Best Practices for Generating Effective Class Interaction. Faculty Institute on Teaching and Learning, R.
- Klein, R. (1992). Taking Advantage of Alternative Minimum Tax Provisions. AAA Northeast Regional Meeting.