School of Business Faculty

Donald Cram

           Donald Cram

Donald Cram
Assistant Professor

Office:  307 Rich Hall
Phone:  (315) 312-2533
Fax: (315) 312-5440

Donald P. Cram received his Ph.D. in Business (Accounting) and an M.S. in Statistics from Stanford University, and has an M.B.A. degree from Yale University.  His latest research publication is "Three Threats to Validity of Choice-based and Matched-Sample Studies in Accounting Research" (2009).  Dr. Cram is teaching Intermediate Accounting II and a case-based course on topics in Financial Accounting Theory during the 2012 Spring Semester.

Spring 2014

Teaching Schedule:
ACC 302 - 810 - TR 12:45-2:05
MBA 573 - 900 - TR 2:20-3:40
ACC 321 - 800 - R 6:00-8:45pm

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