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Robin Clement

Director, Master of Accounting Program | James F. and Shirley J. Rippey Senior Lecturer II of Accounting

Affiliations: Accounting, Master of Accounting, Undergraduate Programs
Phone: 541-346-3295
Office: Peterson 308A



Robin Clement received her BS in business administration at the Ohio State University, her MBA at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee, and her PhD in business administration at Michigan State University. She has served as a staff accountant for Arthur Andersen & Co. and has previous academic experience at Louisiana State University, Tulane University, and Michigan State University.

She joined the University of Oregon in 2003 and became MAcc program director in 2004, teaching courses such as Advanced Accounting and Developing the Business Professional and instituting an international study tour for the MAcc students. Clement has served on the University Senate, and has been honored multiple times with the Dean’s College Service Award for nontenure-track faculty.

Degree History:
  • PhD, Michigan State University, 1994
  • MBA, University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee, 1983
  • CPA (inactive), 1981
  • BS, Ohio State University, 1979
Previous Positions:
  • Louisiana State University, 1998–2003
  • Tulane University, 1994–1998
  • Lecturer, Michigan State University, 1993–1994,
  • GTA, 1985–1993
  • Lecturer, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, 1983–1985
Honors and Awards:
  • Outstanding MAcc Instructor, University of Oregon, June 2016
  • Faculty Honor Roll, Louisiana State University
  • Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award, Michigan State University
  • Outstanding Graduate Student Research Award, Michigan State University
  • Ernst and Young Dissertation Fellowship Award, Michigan State University

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Areas of Expertise

  • Consolidations
  • Financial accounting theory

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Clement, Robin, Joseph Anthony, and Jamie Pratt. Study Guide for Finance Accounting: In an Economic Context, sixth edition, John Wiley and Sons Publishers.

January 2006

Clement, Robin, Joseph H. Anthony, Floyd A. Beams, and S. Lowensohn. Advanced Accounting, ninth edition, Prentice-Hall.

January 2006

In the News

Professor of Practice and Porter Faculty Fellow Stephanie Peel was featured among a roster of 10 extraordinary UO faculty members who are guiding the next generation to equity, opportunity, and excellence.

In preparation for the upcoming 2018-2019 school year, the Lundquist College of Business is proud to announce its upcoming faculty promotions and named appointments.

The Lundquist College's end-of-year ceremonies honored retiring faculty and staff as well as bestowed awards for service, teaching, and research.

Lundquist College has successfully maintained both its business and accounting accreditations by the AACSB.

More than half the college's faculty came together for a daylong curriculum-mapping workshop.
A blend of site visits and classroom lectures provided Master of Accounting students with a crash course on European accounting practices during a study tour in the Netherlands.
Deena North, MActg '14, discovered her ideal career when she attended January's Careers in Banking and Wealth Management event.
Even in the quietest weeks of December, many of our students are busy taking advantage of global opportunities and literally building a better future for those who come next.