Timothy J. Fogarty, Ph.D. is a professor in the Accountancy Department at the Case Weatherhead School of Management, where he is also the KPMG Peat Marwick Faculty Fellow. He has been an attorney for thirty years and a CPA for twenty-five years. Before coming to Weatherhead, Dr. Fogarty taught at Pennsylvania State University and North Carolina A&T State University.
Dr. Fogarty's teaching interests include accounting, auditing, income tax and the legal environment of management. He has published close to two hundred articles on a wide variety of topics, in both academic and practitioner journals. He serves on the editorial boards of over twenty accounting and management journals, including several outside the U.S. He has served in several capacities at the national level for the American Accounting Association, including President of the Teaching and Curriculum Section (2005-2006), the Public Interest Section (1996-1997) and the Accounting, Behavior and Organizations Sections (1999-2000). He has worked on research and educational projects for the Financial Executives Research Foundation, ACT and the AICPA. Dr. Fogarty was heavily involved with the design of the current CPA examination, and occasionally does expert testimony.