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Carol Hartley

Assistant Professor
Director, Student Services Coordinator for PCSB and AASCB

Contact Information:

chartley@providence.edu
401-865-2154
Koffler Hall 221

Education:


M.B.A. - Accounting University of Rhode Island

Area(s) of Expertise:

Frauds, Gambling Risks and Auditing, Assessment and Curriculum Design, Pedagogical uses of Technology

Awards and Honors:

PCSB Excellence in Teaching Award - PC School of Business
PCSB MBA Outstanding Faculty Award - PC School of Business
Faculty Service Award - PC School of Business
Hall of Fame American Accounting Association Northeast Region - American Accounting Association
Greatest Overall Contributor to the Realization of the PCSB Cultural Mission Statement - PC School of Business

Selected Publications:

Kelly, Patrick., Hartley, Carol. (2010). Casino Gambling and Workplace Fraud A Cautionary Tale for Managers. Management Research News,

Hartley, Carol. (2007). PowerPoints for Principles of Accounting Tools for Business Decision Makers, 2nd Edition, PowerPoint Slides to Accompany Principles of Accounting Tools for Business Decision Makers.

Jervis, Kathryn., Hartley, Carol. (2005). Learning to Design and Teach an Accounting Capstone. Issues In Accounting Education, 20 (4), 311-339.

Hartley, Carol. (2005). PowerPoints for Principles of Accounting Tools for Business Decision Makers, PowerPoint Slides to Accompany Principles of Accounting Tools for Business Decision Makers, Kimmel, Weygandt, and Kieso.

Recent Presentations:

Hartley, Carol., American Accounting Association 21st Annual Ethics Research Symposium, American Accounting Association, New York City, NY, "Online Testing and a Natural Experimental Lesson Replicating the Ring of Gyges". August, 2016.

Hartley, Carol., 2015 AAA Northeast Regional Meeting, American Accounting Association, Providence, RI, "Sharing Best Teaching Practices". October, 2015.

Hartley, Carol., 2015 AAA Northeast Regional Meeting, American Accounting Association, Providence, RI, "Learning to Learn: The Accounting Vision Model and Accounting Judgments". October, 2015.

Hartley, Carol., 2015 AAA Midwest Regional Meeting, American Accounting Association, St. Louis, MO, "Sharing Best Teaching Practices". October, 2015.

Hartley, Carol., 2015 AAA Midwest Regional Meeting, American Accounting Association, St. Louis, MO, "Learning to Learn: The Accounting Vision Model and Accounting Judgments". October, 2015.

Hartley, Carol., Northeast Regional Meeting, American Accounting Association, Hartford, CT, "Two Year Colleges Panel Discussion". October, 2013.

Hartley, Carol., Kelly, Patrick., RIAAP Spring Meeting, RI Association of Accounting Professors, Warwick, RI, "Casino Gambling and Increased Fraud Risks". April, 2013.

Hartley, Carol., Earley, Christine., American Accounting Association Northeast Regional Meeting, American Accounting Association, "Opening Plenary " A Decade of Accounting Wars"". October, 2012.

Hartley, Carol., American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, American Accounting Association, Washington, DC, "Group Examinations as an Engaged Learning Supplement ". August, 2012.

Hartley, Carol., American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, American Accounting Association , White Plains, NY, "Teaching Learning and Curriculum". October, 2011.

Camp, Julia., Kelly, Patrick., Hartley, Carol., American Accounting Association Annual Meeting - Effective Learning Strategies Session, AAA, Denver, CO, "In Search of a Strategy to Hit the Jackpot: State Revenues from Casino Gambling". August, 2011.

Camp, Julia., Kelly, Patrick., Hartley, Carol., American Accounting Association - Public Interest Midyear Meeting, American Accounting Association, Chicago, IL, "In Search of a Strategy to Hit the Jackpot: State Revenues from Casino Gambling". April, 2011.


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