- School of Accounting
Rita Grant, Associate Professor in the School of Accounting, teaches financial and international accounting. Her research interests include international reporting, entrepreneurship and family-owned business. She is an executive board member of the International Council for Small Business.
- M.B.A., Accounting, Michigan State University. (1981).
- A.B.D., Accounting, Economics, Econometrics, Statistics, Michigan State University. (1976).
- B.A., Mathematics and Business, Hope College. (1973).
- Financial Accounting
- International Accounting
- Family Owned Business
- Fanning, K., Grant, R. (in press). Big Data: implications for financial managers. To appear in Journal of Corporate Accounting & Finance, Forthcoming.
- Fanning, K., Grant, R. (2012). Manual vs. Computerized Practice Set: Which Best Achieves Learning Objectives. (vol. 14th). Denver Colorado: AIS Educators Association.
- Fanning, K., Drogt, E., Grant, R. (2012). Digital Storage Cost Savings: Three Key Areas. The Journal of Corporate Accounting & Finance, 23(3), 3-10
- Professional, International Council for Small Business, Senior Vice-President Programs, approximately 4 hours spent per year, Weeks, elected, International. (July 1, 2012 - Present).
- College, School of Accounting, Assistant Director, approximately 400 hours spent per year, Hours, appointed, Local. (May 1, 2011 - Present).
- Community, New Era reformed Church, Deacon/treasurer of Deacons, approximately 100 hours spent per year, Hours, elected, Local. (September 1, 2008 - Present).