ELBERT B. GREYNOLDS, JR.
Elbert B. Greynolds, Jr., Associate Professor of Accounting in the Cox School of Business, received his Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Management from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a Master of Professional Accountancy and Ph.D. in Business Administration from Georgia State University. After beginning his academic career at Georgia State University, he joined SMU's Cox School of Business in 1974. In addition to his teaching, he has served the Cox School in numerous administrative roles, including as chair of the Accounting, Business Law and Tax Department, assistant dean of undergraduate studies and associate dean for B.B.A. programs. His areas of expertise include computer-aided instruction, computerized financial modeling, management control systems, managerial accounting and time value of money analysis. He has published four books on calculator and computer analysis in business and authored numerous guidebooks and manuals, monographs, professional articles and papers, as well as curriculum development materials. A dedicated teacher, Professor Greynolds has been recognized with two Rotunda Outstanding Faculty Teaching Awards, two Beta Alpha Psi Outstanding Teacher Awards and the Panhellenic and IFC Excellence in Teaching Award. He retires as Professor Emeritus of Accounting.