College of Business Brings Alumnus, Business Leader to Campus
April 4, 2014
KUTZTOWN, Pa. - Kutztown University's College of Business will sponsor a presentation for students by distinguished alumnus Tim Zuber '90 at 6 p.m., on Tuesday, April 8 in DeFrancesco room 210. In addition, Zuber will give a presentation for faculty at 11 a.m. in DeFrancesco room 100, and another presentation to select administrators, alumni and faculty at 3 p.m. in the McFarland Student Union room 322, followed by a reception.
Zuber, who is the U.S. partner-in-charge of knowledge and collaboration management at KPMG, will discuss the future of accounting, strategic management and leadership, along with how to build a business career and what it takes to excel at one of the leading accounting firms in the world, or business in general.
At KPMG, Zuber oversees the firm's strategy, governance and investments for knowledge and collaboration related matters. He is also responsible nationally for KPMG's regulatory center, which monitors public policy and regulatory change matters. Zuber is a graduate of KPMG's Chairman's 25 leadership program and a member of KPMG's Strategic Investments Council, Global Knowledge Steering Committee and Global Think Tank.
Zuber is also a tax partner with KPMG and previously served as managing partner of the firm's Pittsburgh, Pa. tax department. He has authored several articles for The Journal of Taxation and The Tax Advisor, and is a national instructor for KPMG's tax manager seminars and distance learning sessions. By attending Tuesday's presentation, KU students will have the opportunity to interact with one of the world's foremost experts in tax accounting methods and periods.
He will spend all day Tuesday meeting with faculty and students to discuss how teams collaborate and share knowledge to solve problems.