Scott Newman (email@example.com) joined the Western Faculty in the Fall of 1989. Previously, he had been employed as a tenure-track faculty member at Georgetown University (Washington, DC) and a full-time, temporary faculty member at Indiana University (Bloomington, IN).
He has earned a BA in Political Science (1977) from DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana, an MBA from Indiana University/Bloomington (1979) and a Ph.D. in Accounting from the University of Texas at Austin (1986).
His private-sector employment includes [the former] Price Waterhouse & Co. in Chicago. Professor Newman has taught a variety of Accounting and Finance courses at Western.
Currently, he teaches Introductory Financial Accounting, Intermediate Accounting I and II, Advanced Accounting and Cost Accounting.
Outside the classroom, he is interested in running, mountain biking and backpacking.
“Students interested in Accounting can attend Western and obtain a high-quality, personal, career-oriented Accounting major or minor, offered on a beautiful, safe campus with unparalleled outdoor recreation opportunities.
Frankly, there is no other college or university in the United States that can offer a student what we can, both inside AND outside the classroom.”