Patricia Weaver

Charles A. Dana Professor of Accounting Business & Economics

Phone: (814)641- 3672
Office: Brumbaugh Academic Center C207
Office Hours: [Hours]
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Professor Weaver earned her B.A. and M.A. in English and her M.S. in Business Administration from The Pennsylvania State University. She teaches management information systems and finance courses as well as financial, managerial, and cost accounting at Juniata. Previously she was self-employed as a Certified Public Accountant, worked as a staff accountant for the Tyrone Office of Young, Oakes, Brown and Company, CPAs, and owned and operated a small electronics repair business. Additionally, she has taught courses in composition, statistics, and management at Juniata and in composition and accounting at Penn State.

She is co-author of 'Persuasive Writing: A Manager's Guide to Effective Letters and Reports,' published by MacMillan Free Press and adopted by Executive, McGraw-Hill and Fortune Book Clubs. Recently, she co-authored The Accounting Apocalypse with Professor Dom Peruso, which appeared in the The American Legion Magazine.

Professor Weaver is a member of the Pennsylvania Institute of CPAs. She is married to Robert Weaver.