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of my classes are on Blackboard.
here to visit the Blackboard site.
On the next screen, type in your mypgcc login and password
(if you are not enrolled in the class use justincase as
your id and pgcc as your password) .
Once there you can find copies of syllabi, assignment schedules
and class handouts,and check you grades. Until the upgrade
of Blackboard is complete, if you need a syllabus , just
am the advisor for the Student
It's purpose is to provided student with an opportunity
to meet with and learn from professional accountants, to
share what they have learned with the community and to support
and learn from one another through study groups. The theme
for the 2005-06 Academic Year is Personal Financial Planning.
The association hold an organizational meeting in the first
week of each semester to plan and organize the activities
for that semester. Flyers are distributed to all accounting
classes. Interested students should contact the me: (email@example.com
very worthwhile activity
is our Volunteer
Income Tax Assistance Site.This
program provides free income tax preparation training to
students, who then in turn assist individuals with income
less the 32,000 in preparing their federal and state income
tax. Students may earn Coop academic credit for participating.
The program begins recruiting in November and training starts
in January. Interested students should contract Mary Falkey
on the accounting profession and
free student memberships are available from the AICPA
(American Institute of Certified Public Accountants), MACPA
(Maryland Association of Certified Public Accountants) and
the IMA (Institute of
The AICPA site also have articles about accounting and the
MACPA has a really nice student newsletter -- complete with
job and internship advertisements.
Yes, that is my cat on the
computer and yes she does do that. We share our Greenbelt
home with another cat and my husband. Our two sons ( both
ERHS graduates and one a PGCC graduate) are grown.
I was born and raised in
San Joaquin County, California
(Gallo country) After graduating with a bachelor's degree
in extremely liberal arts from Raymond College, University
of the Pacific, in 1974 I moved to the Washington DC area.
For the next 7 years I worked in the banking industry.
I started my family and graduate school in 1979. (so I
have some idea of what it takes to raise kids, go to school
&work). I earned a Master's in Accounting from George
Washington University in 1981 and passed the CPA exam
that same year. After a few years in construction
and consulting, I began teaching here at PGCC.
When I am
not harassing students or my cat, I'm likely to be playing
either with my computer or in my garden.