Glenn L. Stevens

Emeritus Associate Professor of Business, Organizations and Society
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Glenn L. Stevens taught finance courses at Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, from 1995 through his retirement in June 2007. Before serving on the Franklin & Marshall College faculty, Dr. Stevens spent a career in agricultural banking with the Farm Credit Bank of Baltimore, where he served as chief financial officer and held other executive positions. He retired from the bank as executive vice president and chief operating officer following its merger into Agfirst Farm Credit Bank.
     In addition, Professor Stevens is currently a Professor of Finance at both Strayer University (2009- present) and University of Maryland University College (2007 – present).

Education:

Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University
M.B.A., Management and Masters in Finance, Loyola College in Baltimore, Maryland
B.A., Economics, Lycoming College

Bloomberg BNA Tax Management Portfolios:
5122 T.M., Financial Statement Analysis: Qualitative Techniques (co-author)
5133 T.M., Financial Statement Analysis: Quantitative Techniques-Analyzing Liquidity, Profitability, and Asset Utilization (co-author)

5134 T.M., Financial Statement Analysis: Quantitative Techniques-Analyzing Solvency, Price Multiples, and Cash Flow (co-author)