Associate Professor Timothy Coville is a licensed Certified Public Accountant in the State of New York. Coville was able to obtain his undergraduate education thanks to the support of the G.I. Bill from his service as a paratrooper with the U.S. Army’s 82nd Airborne Division. Coville has been published in Advances in Public Interest Accounting, the International Journal of Disclosure and Governance, the Review of Business, and the Academy of Business Research journals. He has also presented research papers in Europe and the USA and published in such international, national and regional conference proceedings as the INFORMS section on Group Decision and Negotiation and the American Accounting Association’s Annual National Meeting, its Mid-Atlantic and North East Regions Annual Meetings, and its Auditing Section Midyear Conference. Coville came to academia after a successful 20-year career as a controller and risk manager for international derivatives trading firms. His banking career entailed a number of extended assignments and travel in Europe, Asia, and South America as well as the USA.
Ph.D., Accounting, Rutgers University
M.B.A., Finance, New York University
B.S., Accounting and Economics, State University of New York at Albany
Financial and managerial accounting
Corporate governance, international financial reporting standards, derivative products, financial literacy and sustainability.