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Ronald Dye ‘76

Ronald DyeAn award-winning expert in the fields of economics and accounting, Ronald Dye ‘76 has taught at a number of esteemed universities, including Yale University, Kellogg University and Northwestern University.

A former vice president of the American Accounting Association, Dye helped pioneer new educational programs, such as Kellogg University’s global joint executive master’s program.

He has presented more than 70 seminars worldwide and written more than 24 published articles about his research in accounting theory.

After earning a bachelor’s degree in mathematics at SUNY Cortland, Dye went to Carnegie-Mellon University in Pittsburgh, where he earned a master’s degree in science and a doctorate in economics.