3152 L. William Seidman Center
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).