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Dean, School of Management; Associate Professor of Accounting
Fordham University - MBA Finance
Williams, V. and Starnes, L. “Audit Selection: Increasing the Efficiency of Sales Tax Administration.”
Williams, V.L. “Catch Me If You Can.”
Dye, J.L. and Williams, V.L. “Testing the Quality of Environmental Disclosures”.
Dye, J.L. and Williams, V.L. “Down with the Titanic.”
Dye, J.L. and Williams, V.L. “The Case of the Refried Bean.”
Williams, V.L. and Dye, J.L. “Going Concern Determinations: User Expectations Versus Reality.”
Dye, J.L. and Williams, V.L. “What a Waster: The Theory and Reality of Environmental Cleanup.”
Dye, J.L. and Williams, V.L. “A Case of Fowl Play.”
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
Currently Teaching at UAS
UAS Faculty Excellence in Advising, 2013
Lifetime Achievement Award for Accounting Excellence from Alaska Capital Chapter of Association of Government Accountants, 1999
Williams Accounting Consulting Services, Juneau, AK: Provided accounting services and contract CFO work for small non-profits
City of Petersburg, Petersburg, AK - Acting Finance Director
City and Borough of Juneau, Juneau, AK – Deputy Treasurer
City and Borough of Juneau, Juneau, AK – Treasurer
Citicorp, New York, NY – Director of Financial Reporting and Systems for U.S. Consumer Banking Group
Citicorp, New York, NY – Assistant Director Financial Reporting U.S. Consumer Banking Group
Citicorp, New York, NY – Financial Analyst, Individual Bank Sector Financial Control
Arthur Andersen & Co., New York, NY – Auditor
Assistant Professor of Accounting
School of Management
Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Dayton, 1975
ABD, College of Education, Community College Leadership Program, Oregon State University
Certified Public Accountant – State of Oregon Certificate #5419
Certified Management Accountant
Chair of the Accounting Program & Assistant Professor of Accounting
Arizona State University, Bachelor of Science - Accounting
University of Alaska Southeast, Master of Business Administration
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Alaska Society of Certified Public Accountants
ACCT 100 Recordkeeping for Small Businesses
ACCT 201 Principles of Financial Accounting
ACCT 202 Principles of Managerial Accounting
ACCT 310 Income Tax for Individuals
ACCT 311 Intermediate Accounting I
ACCT 312 Intermediate Accounting II
BA 160 Principles of Banking
Harold T. Caven Professorship
UAS Faculty Excellence in Service
Certified Public Accountant (Alaska)
Chartered Global Management Accountant
Arthur Young, Phoenix, AZ, College Intern
Deloitte & Touche, Seattle, WA, Staff - Audit & Tax
Elgee, Rehfeld & Mertz, CPAs, Juneau, Staff - Audit & Tax
Wolfe & Hamilton, CPAs, Juneau, Owner
Juneau Youth Services, Juneau, Director of Finance
Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation, Juneau, Controller
Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation, Juneau, Chief Financial Officer
Associate Professor of Law Science
Mike has been a UAS student, staff member (research assistant), adjunct professor, and is currently Associate Professor of Law Sciences. He teaches a variety of courses using multiple formats and delivery methods and serves on a variety of university and community boards. He is married (Karina Reyes) with three children.
His research interests include legal ethics and interdisciplinary studies involving law and politics, law and literature, and legal history.
Boyer, M. L. (2015). Every Landlord's Guide to Managing Property: Best Practices from Move In to Move Out. Berkeley, CA: Nolo Press
Michael L. Boyer, Atticus Looks At Fifty, 12 U.MD. L.J. Race, Religion, Gender & Class. 356 (2012) View
Michael L. Boyer Confronting the Economic Problem of the ‘Free Lawyer': The Assumptions Behind an Unrestricted Cash Transfer in Lieu of the Legal Services Corporation, The Erasmus Journal of Law and Economics, April 2007
Michael L. Boyer, Survival Technique: Integrating a Legal Studies Minor Into Your Program, The Paralegal Educator vol. 19, No. 1,Winter 2005.
Clive S. Thomas, Michael L. Boyer & Ron Hrebenar, Interest Groups in State Court Elections: A New Era and Its Challenges, in Judicature vol. 87 No. 3, Nov-Dec. 2003 135 (2000).
Reprinted in Judicial Politics: Readings from Judicature 53 (Elliot Slotnick ed., 3d ed., Congressional Quarterly Press 2005)
Michael L. Boyer, Pro-And Anti-Gun Control Interest Groups, in Research Guide to U.S. And International Interest Group, 266 (Clive S. Thomas Editor (Praeger 2005).
Michael L. Boyer, Contract as Text: Interpretive Overlap in Law and Literature, 12 S. Cal. Interdisc. L. J. 167 (2003)
Numerous columns, letters, and conference papers in various print and online formats
Michael L. Boyer, Chapter 17 "The Judiciary" in Alaska Politics and Public Policy: The Dynamics of Beliefs, Institutions, Processes, Personalities and Power," Edited by Clive S. Thomas with Laura C. Savatgy. University of Alaska Press: Fairbanks Fall 2009/Winter 2010.
Clive S. Thomas & Michael L. Boyer, Chapter 5 "Intergovernmental Relations" in Alaska Politics and Public Policy: The Dynamics of Beliefs, Institutions, Processes, Personalities and Power," Edited by Clive S. Thomas with Laura C. Savatgy. University of Alaska Press: Fairbanks Fall 2009/Winter 2010.
Professor Boyer teaches Introduction to Law, Business Law, Torts Contracts, Legal Writing, Administrative Law, Civil Procedure, and other law courses at UAS.
Professor Boyer received his B.L.A., magna cum laude, from the University of Alaska Southeast in 1997 and his J.D. from the University of Oregon in 2000 (top 15%). He is a member of the California Bar and on the UAS Alumni Board. Professor Boyer is a volunteer attorney in the summer months, and his hobbies include organic gardening and playing with his son, River.
Chair of the Business Administration Program & Assistant Professor of Human Resource Management
Honors & Achievements:
Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Barbados, Canada, China, Costa Rica, Dominica, El Salvador, England, France, Germany, Guatemala, Martinique, Mexico, Panama, Poland, Puerto Rico, Scotland, St. Martin/St Maarten, Switzerland, United Kingdom
Assistant Professor of Management
MBA and B.Sc. (Electrical Engineering), University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia. (Academic Equivalency Evaluated and Verified in the US)
UAS Adjunct Faculty 2010-2013, Assistant Professor 2013-Present
ECPD – European Center for Peace and Development
UAS - Adjunct Faculty Excellence Award for 2011-2012 Academic Year.
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Director of the Master of Public Administration Program & Associate Professor of Public Administration
SOM: Public Administration
Doctor of Arts in Political Science–2007
Kathy DiLorenzo grew up in the Western states of Nevada, California, Washington, and Idaho, and is particularly interested in western and rural issues. She is currently completing her Doctor of Arts in Political Science with an emphasis in Public Administration and Public Law from Idaho State University. She completed her Masters of Public Administration in 2004. While completing her education Kathy worked as the primary quantitative analyst for Partners for Prosperity, non-profit organization that acquired a substantial grant to study and eradicate poverty in the 16-county region of Southeastern Idaho. Her areas of research include the bureaucracy, constitutional and public law, poverty, minority and at-risk populations.
Phone: 796-6009 , Fax: 796-6549
School of Management
Aaron Smith-Walter grew up in Virginia, and his dissertation research focused on metropolitan transportation planning and Cultural Theory. He has also worked in a municipal public transportation department for almost nine years, where he was responsible for training, safety monitoring, routing design, and special project. His areas of teaching and research interests include public transportation, public participation, public budgeting, images of public administration in post-apocalyptic fiction, Cultural Theory, and the narrative policy framework (NPF).
Adjunct Faculty of Public Administration
SOM: Public Administration
Sara Lawson, MPA, CFRE
Sara is passionate about the role that mission-driven organizations can play in
strengthening communities. As a consultant, she brings a collaborative, analytical, and strategic approach
to board development, capacity building, fund development, and leadership coaching for
small-to-midsized nonprofit organizations in Alaska and Washington. Sara’s expertise is derived from 15+ years’
experience in a range of community benefit
organizations, including the arts, higher education, health care, and public
radio. She has served as executive director, program staff, committee chair, front-line volunteer, and
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