Assistant Professor of Accounting
Palumbo Donahue School of Business
Pittsburgh, PA, 15282
Phone: 412.396.2447 Fax: 412.396.1797
Articles in Journals
Menk, K. B. (2015). Tax Careers as a Goal, NOT as a Last Resort. New Accountant, 764.
Menk, B., Morris, B., Williams, V., Nagle, B., Rau, S., Kollar, R., Yurko, A., Kannan, Y.H. (2015). How one accounting department is preparing students for the updated CPA exam. Extra Credit, The Newsletter for Accounting Educators.
Menk, K. B. & Malone, S. (2014). Creating a Cheat-Proof Testing and Learning Environment: A Unique Testing Opportunity for Each Student. Advances in Accounting Education.
Menk, K.B., Brink, A. G., & Cereola, S. J. (2014). The Effects of Fraudulent Reporting Materiality Level, Personality Traits, and Ethical Position on Entry-level Employee Whistleblowing Decisions. Journal of Forensic and Investigative Accounting.
Menk, K. B. (2016). Teaching Taxation through Age-Based Scenarios. AAA - American Taxation Association Midyear Meeting, Orlando, Florida.
Menk, K. B. (2015, August). Teaching Taxation as a Personal Experience in the Classroom. American Accounting Association, Chicago, Illinois.
Menk, K.B., Coss, D. L., & Coombes, S. M.T.(2014, September). The Entrepreneur's Perception of Competitive Advantage: Does It Lead to Long-Term Profits? 2014 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Entrepreneurial Finance, Los Angeles, California.