Sally P. Whitney

Lecturer, Accounting, Academic Department
Rockwell Hall, Rm. 238
(970) 491-0512
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Sally Whitney is an instructor in the Accounting Department. She teaches the Fundamentals of Accounting course (ACT205) for Business Minors as well as the Introduction to Financial Accounting (ACT210) and Introduction to Managerial Accounting (ACT220) classes for Business Majors. Sally has a Master of Science in Accounting from Colorado State University and a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Penn State University. She passed the Colorado Certified Public Accountant exam. Sally is a life-long learner and enjoys attending professional development courses with a teaching emphasis. She attended the 2011 Summer Retreat by The Institute of Learning and Teaching (TILT) at CSU, the 2011 Prentice-Hall Accounting Symposium for Educators, and McGraw-Hill/Irwin’s 2010 Financial Accounting text and technology focus group. She participates annually in the CSU Professional Development seminars and the Colorado Society of CPA faculty symposiums, and has added many enhanced teaching techniques from these seminars to her classes. Sally utilizes the iClicker personal response system and other multi-media teaching techniques. Prior to teaching, Sally worked as an Accounting Manager for Woodward Governor Company in Fort Collins and as a Financial Analyst/ Accounting Supervisor for Exxon Company USA in Houston, TX.