School of Accountancy
Ph. D., Cornell University (expected Jan 2015)
Do Auditor Communication and Manager Action Help Auditors Assess Manager Competence After Control Failure?
Procedure Frame and Planning Audits of Fair Values (with M. W. Nelson and W. R. Kinney)
Effects of Audit Quality and Standard of Care Required by Jurors When Assessing Auditor Negligence (with M. W. Nelson)
Academic Positions Held
Arizona State University (2014-present)
Career and Recent Professional Awards; Teaching Awards
J. Michael Cook Doctoral Consortium Fellow, AAA/Deloitte (2013)
Accounting Doctoral Scholar, AICPA (2009-2013)
Research Award, Center for Audit Quality (2011)
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ACC 450 - Principles of Auditing
Standards and procedures in auditing. Planning, evidence gathering and accumulation, and reporting. Ethical and legal considerations.