Accounting Professor Returns to Cameron School of Business

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Accounting Professor Returns to Cameron School of Business
8/29/2012
Photo: Carol SullivanThe Cameron School of Business welcomes visiting professor Carol Sullivan to the University of St. Thomas. Sullivan previously taught at UST from 1990-1995.

In the fall, Sullivan will teach two Master of Business Administration courses and one undergraduate accounting course. Sullivan's enthusiasm to work with students includes classroom and campus activities.

"My hope is to help students get involved with the national Institute for Management Accountant's Leadership Conference this semester," Sullivan said. "I enjoy going to the UST Chapel of St. Basil services and I hope to also get involved with Campus Ministry too."

Sullivan, from Houston, has all of her degrees, a Bachelor of Business Administration in accounting, a Master of Science in business computing science and a doctorate in accounting, from Texas A&M University. She is a certified public accountant, management accountant, information systems auditor and fraud examiner.

Sullivan enjoys service-learning projects and said she has fond memories of working with the UST's Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program and is very happy to be a part of the UST community again.

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