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Leroy (Rick) Christ
Instructor of Accounting
Office: CBB 353
319-273-7101
leroy.christ@uni.edu


Education

Ph.D. (Accounting) University of Texas at Austin; M.B.A. (Accounting) University of Wisconsin-Madison; J.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison; B.A. (Economics) University of Wisconsin-Madison; CPA (Texas).

Teaching Interests

Financial Accounting; Intermediate Accounting; Auditing; Tax; Business Law.

Research Interests

Pedagogy in accounting; issues in financial accounting; implications of tax laws.

Professional Accomplishments

Professor Christ has numerous publications in Advances in Accounting Education, New Accountant, Managerial Finance, and Journal of American Taxation Association, to name a few. In addition to numerous presentations at academic meetings, he also is active in his professional field. Prior to his position at UNI, Professor Christ taught at Valparaiso University, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, and Auburn University.

International Experience

Professor Christ is an active international traveler. He has participated in several faculty development programs, most recently in China and Japan. His research is now taking an international view with a recent article on the impact of culture on western educators in China and research in process on tax policy issues in China.

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Photo of Leroy (Rick) ChristLeroy (Rick) Christ
Instructor of Accounting

Office: CBB 353
319-273-7101
leroy.christ@uni.edu
 

Education

Ph.D. (Accounting) University of Texas at Austin; M.B.A. (Accounting) University of Wisconsin-Madison; J.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison; B.A. (Economics) University of Wisconsin-Madison; CPA (Texas).

Teaching Interests

Financial Accounting; Intermediate Accounting; Auditing; Tax; Business Law.

Research Interests

Pedagogy in accounting; issues in financial accounting; implications of tax laws.

Professional Accomplishments

Professor Christ has numerous publications in Advances in Accounting Education, New Accountant, Managerial Finance, and Journal of American Taxation Association, to name a few. In addition to numerous presentations at academic meetings, he also is active in his professional field. Prior to his position at UNI, Professor Christ taught at Valparaiso University, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, and Auburn University.

International Experience

Professor Christ is an active international traveler. He has participated in several faculty development programs, most recently in China and Japan. His research is now taking an international view with a recent article on the impact of culture on western educators in China and research in process on tax policy issues in China.

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Leroy (Rick) Christ
Instructor of Accounting

Education

Ph.D. (Accounting) University of Texas at Austin; M.B.A. (Accounting) University of Wisconsin-Madison; J.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison; B.A. (Economics) University of Wisconsin-Madison; CPA (Texas).

Teaching Interests

Financial Accounting; Intermediate Accounting; Auditing; Tax; Business Law.

Research Interests

Pedagogy in accounting; issues in financial accounting; implications of tax laws.

Professional Accomplishments

Professor Christ has numerous publications in Advances in Accounting Education, New Accountant, Managerial Finance, and Journal of American Taxation Association, to name a few. In addition to numerous presentations at academic meetings, he also is active in his professional field. Prior to his position at UNI, Professor Christ taught at Valparaiso University, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, and Auburn University.

International Experience

Professor Christ is an active international traveler. He has participated in several faculty development programs, most recently in China and Japan. His research is now taking an international view with a recent article on the impact of culture on western educators in China and research in process on tax policy issues in China.

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