Nancy Bagranoff
Dean, Robins School of Business
Professor of Accounting
Profile

Dr. Bagranoff began her career at General Electric Company, where she graduated from the Financial Management Training Program.  She passed the CPA examination in the District of Columbia in 1981 (inactive) and has taught at several universities, including American University, Miami University, and Old Dominion University where she was Dean of the College of Business and Public Administration.  She has co-authored several books and many articles in the area of accounting information systems, consulting, and information technology audit and control. 

Dr. Bagranoff has served on several boards and is currently a member of the board and Executive Committee of the Greater Richmond Chamber of Commerce, the Accounting Accreditation Committee of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the Council of the American Institute of CPA’s, and the Virginia Advisory Committee to the US Global Leadership Coalition.  She has held multiple leadership roles with the American Accounting Association, including President.

Awards
J Worth Pickering Administrator of the Year, Old Dominion University
Presentations
Bagranoff A. Nancy, A SWOT Analysis of the Global Accounting Academy, ASC/CAPA Annual Meeting, Chongqing, China
Selected Publications
Books

Nancy A. Bagranoff, Mark G Simkin, Carolyn Strand Norman, Core Concepts of Accounting Information Systems , John Wiley & Sons, 2010

Articles

Nancy A. Bagranoff, Jean C Bedard, Don W Finn, William R Kinney, Ira Solomon, Kevin Stocks, "Response of the American Accounting Association Task Force to the AICPA's Proposed Revision of Ethics Ruling NO. 2", Current Issues in Auditing, 2010, C1-C9


Education
A.A., Briarcliff College 1970
B.S., Ohio State University 1973
Marketing
M.S., Syracuse University 1978
Accounting
D.B.A., George Washington University 1986
Accounting
Contact Information
107 RSB
(804) 289-8549
(804) 287-6544 (Fax)
Areas of Expertise
Accounting Information Systems
Budgets and Fiscal Responsibility
Accounting and Business Education