Faculty Advisor: Harry Howe
Title: Professor of Accounting
Office: South Hall 107
- B.A., Brown University
- M.B.A., Graduate Management Institute, Union College
- Ph.D, Union College
Harry Howe teaches Intermediate Financial Accounting, Accounting Information Systems and senior electives in Fund Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis. He is faculty advisor to the Accounting Society, actively involved in student co-curricular activities, and holds positions on approximately fifteen school- and campus-wide committees and programs.
Professor Howe has research interests in the areas of business valuations and in the development of applied instructional material for students and practitioners. He has published articles in Journal of Accounting, Taxation and Finance for Business, The CPA Journal, The International Journal of Business, a textbook supplement for introductory financial accounting through John Wiley and Sons, and conference presentations in the refereed proceedings of numerous scholarly conferences. His professional affiliations include the American Accounting Association (AAA), the International Trade and Finance Association (ITFA) and the Rochester chapters of the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA), Financial Executives Institute (FEI), and American Association of Individual Investors (AAII).
Prior to completing his doctoral studies Howe worked for many years as general manager of a NYC-based construction firm that specialized in high-end interiors, and as a Broker-Associate for a regional commercial real estate firm. His personal interests include hiking, biking & rock climbing, reading (history, urbanism & finance-related) and jazz. His wife, Lauren, is a graphic artist, and they have two sons: Benjamin, a student of ancient Greek & rugby player at Union College, and Noah, a cellist, budding architect & middle-schooler.