School of Business

 

Dr. Linda Chase


 Dr. Linda G. Chase is a Professor of Business Administration and teaches Principles of Accounting, Managerial Accounting, Intermediate Accounting, Principles of Auditing, Principles of Fraud Examination, and Advanced Accounting. Linda worked for both private industry and public accounting firms prior to joining BW as a full-time professor.  She has extensive experience working with financial statement preparation and consolidation.  Her last position involved helping with the computer transfer of Eaton’s financial data into their new Oracle computer system.  She designed many of the financial reports that are used globally and trained Eaton employees on designing their own Oracle financial reports to meet their needs in collecting financial information.  She earned her Ph.D. in Education from Kent State University, MBA from Baldwin Wallace University, and BBA from Cleveland State University.   Linda is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in the state of Ohio and a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE).

 
PUBLICATIONS
Refereed Journal Articles:
Johnson, B. J., Phillips, F., & Chase, L.G. (2009). An intelligent tutoring system for the accounting cycle: Enhancing textbook homework with artificial intelligence. Journal of Accounting Education, 27, 30–39.
 
Book Chapters:
Contributed to development of college teaching text, Principles of Fraud Examination, 1st Edition, Wiley Publishing, and ISBN: 978-0-471-51708-5 (2004/2005)
 
Subject Matter Expert (SME):
 
Hired by McGraw-Hill and Quantum Simulations to be SME with development of artificial intelligence tutor, Quantum Tutor.
Hired by McGraw-Hill to be SME with development of student tool, Guided Examples.
 
 
INVITED ADDRESSES/PRESENTATIONS
 
Speaker at 23rd annual ACFE Conference, Orlando, FL (June, 2012)
How to Pass the CFE Exam: Effective Learning Strategies
 
Taped webinar for Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (Dec, 2008)
How to Pass the CFE Exam: Effective Learning Strategies
 
Speaker at 19th annual ACFE Conference, Boston, MA (July, 2008)
How to Pass the CFE Exam: Effective Learning Strategies
 
Speaker at 18th annual ACFE Conference, Orlando, FL (July, 2007)
How to Pass the CFE Exam: Effective Learning Strategies
 
Speaker at 16th annual ACFE Conference, Washington, DC (July, 2005)
How to Pass the CFE Exam: Effective Learning Strategies
 
 
Classes taught:
  • BUS 211: Principles of Accounting
  • BUS 212: Managerial Accounting
  • BUS 378/578: Principles of Fraud Examination
  • BUS 417/519: Principles of Auditing
  • BUS321: Intermediate Accounting 1

BUS421/521: Advanced Accounting

 

 

 

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