PwC Professor of Accountancy
Linda Matuszewski joined the faculty in 2006. She is a CPA in Ohio and has previously served as the chief financial officer for a non-profit organization and as a senior manager in the health care and exempt organizations practice at Ernst & Young.
She teaches managerial and financial accounting classes. Her primary research interest involves the study of the effect of preferences for honesty and fairness on the reporting decisions of accounting managers. She is also interested in research in ethics education and the financial literacy of college students. She is a member of numerous professional and academic organizations, and her research has received funding from the Institute of Management Accountants Foundation for Applied Research.