Emeriti
David  Weiner

David Weiner

Professor Emeritus

David Weiner, Professor Emeritus of Accounting, is a devoted teacher and upholds the University’s mission of academic excellence. Recognized for his commitment to student success, he received the University’s Saint Ignatian Service Award.  Dr. Weiner has dedicated over forty years to give students the necessary skills, techniques, and strategies of accounting in the classroom so that they may externally apply the learned fundamental principles as business leaders. He draws from his extensive professional industry background to challenge and prepare students for their future accomplishments.

Having an expansive industry experience as CPA staff accountant for Arthur Andersen & Co., he went on to receive his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan. Dr. Weiner began his teaching trajectory at the University of California Santa Barbara and at the University of California Berkeley, where he taught both undergraduates and graduate students.

During his thirty-year tenure at USF, Dr. Weiner received the Saint Ignatian Service Award in 1993. This faculty nominated honor recognizes a full-time faculty member who has exceptional commitment to the service of students, the University, and the community. 

Education

Ph.D., Accounting, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1972
M.B.A., Finance, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 1966
B.A., Accounting, Binghamton University, Binhamton, New York, 1964

Publications

Financial Accounting as a Second Language, Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated, Hoboken, New Jersey, 2008

“Do Private Universities Need Audit Committees,” Management Accounting Quarterly, 1981

“Accountants for the Public Interest: A Brief History,” The CPA Journal, 1975 (with Marc Lumer)