Yvette J. Lazdowski, Ph. D.
Associate Professor of Accounting, School of Business
BS, Franklin Pierce College
MBA, Plymouth State University
PhD, Argosy University
Dr. Lazdowski is an Associate Professor of Accounting, she has more than 20 years of experience in the fields of accounting, information systems, and management, having held positions at New Hampshire Ball Bearings, Textron Corporation, Kollsman Corporation, and Fleet Corporation.
Dr. Lazdowski started her teaching career in 2005, and completed a Doctor of Business Administration in Accounting in 2007 from Argosy University. In addition, she has certifications as a CMA (certified management accountant), CFM (certified financial manager), and is a CPA review instructor for Becker. Her primary research interest area is accounting history, and she frequently presents papers at national and regional conferences of the American Accounting Association.
American Accounting Association:
A View of the CPA Examination and Profession: Past, Present and Future
A Historical View of Management Accounting at Ford Motor Company
ERP Success Through IT/End-User Collaboration
Unqualified Opinion: A Study of Arthur Andersen and Enron’s Controversial
The CMA Certification: A Valuable Tool for Today’s Business Environment
Awards or recognition
Delta Mu Delta, Honorary Faculty Member, May 2011
Delta Mu Delta, Academic Achievement, May 2004
Treasurer, Lees Mill Boating Association
Vice President, Academy of Accounting Historians
Executive Steering Committee, Northeast Region of American Accounting Association
Instructor, Becker CPA Review Course
Board of Directors, Genline Systems, Inc.
Member of American Accounting Association
Member of Institute of Management Accountants
Member of Institute of Internal Auditors