Faculty / Staff
Boadnarine Bharosay is a certified public accountant (CPA) in both the States of New York and Florida. He is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of York College with a Master's degree in accounting and a Post-Master's Degree Certification in taxation. Professor Bharosay has extensive experience in public accounting, particularly in small business consultation, income taxes and auditing. He has authored and presented various seminars to professional groups including The NYSS CPA. He has authored articles for both The CPA journal and Community - Link. Under his leadership, grants were obtained and new curricula were developed in Aviation Management, Mortgage Finance and Computer Applications in Business. He served as Director/Consultant to several different organizations, including CPA. firms.
Robert Clovey teaches individual income taxation and all areas of financial accounting (principles through advanced accounting) at the undergraduate level. He also teaches international accounting and advanced financial accounting theory at the graduate level. His research interests include income tax and accounting education – teaching and learning of accounting through applied scholarship. He is currently working on a paper on students’ perceptions of skills acquired after participating in the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) sponsored Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, and another one on the impact of the VITA program on students’ interest in the study of income tax. In addition, he has published three articles in the CPA Journal on recent changes in the IRS tax code.
Expertise in trends and developments in emerging technologies and the strategic use of technology in business.
Expertise in socio-economic, business, and demographic and geopolitical trends in China, and the global interdependencies between China and the US economies. See: “Most Prolific Authors in Publication of System Articles 1984-2000”, Journal of Emerging Technologies, Efendi, Mulig and Smith, p 126, 2006. See: “China: A Demographic and Business Update”, Academic Affairs Update, Vol. 11, Issue 2, March 2008.
Dr. Hsu received his doctoral degree from The Graduate Center, City University of New York. Previously, he worked in the finance department of an international airline company. Before joining York College, Dr. Hsu taught at Queens College and Hunter College since 2005, where he instructed several Finance and Economics courses, including Corporate Finance, Investment Analysis, Financial Markets and Institutions, Statistics, and Microeconomics.
Dr. Hsu’s research interest is in quantitative finance and its applications in risk management and investment. He has been acknowledged as a lifetime member of Beta Gamma Sigma, and has been awarded the Golden Key medal. He has presented his research papers at several major academic conferences, and he serves as a referee for the Journal of Future Markets, Journal of International Money and Finance,International Journal of Finance and Economics, and Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications.
Financial statements are a major way that companies convey the value of their assets and the results of their operations. This area has become newsworthy since banks and other financial firms value their assets using various methods. The method that they choose will impact on their net income or loss.The accounting profession continues to strive to prepare students to meet the expectations of prospective employers and to enter an evolving profession.
Adeyemo, Kolade, Adjunct Lecturer
Ishmael, Mohamood, Adjunct Lecturer
Ishmel, Mohamood, Adjunct Lecturer
Levin, Mark, Adjunct Assistant Professor
Pika-Winter, Esselin, Adjunct Assistant Professor
Sertima, Michael Van, Adjunct Lecturer
Shaw , James, Adjunct Lecturer