Gerald Smith - Accounting Alumni Faculty Fellow

Donations from hundreds of alumni made the Accounting Alumni Faculty Fellowship possible. In 2004, the Accounting Advisory Council determined a portion of funds raised through the Accounting Alumni Annual Campaign would be designated to fund a faculty fellowship. Many individuals also made direct contributions to launch the endowment that memorializes the special relationship between alumni and the Department of Accounting.

The holder of the Faculty Fellowship is to be a professor who is giving of his or her time and is a positive influence in student development. The individual must be accessible to students beyond office hours and involved in accounting extracurricular activities.

Gerald Smith, fall 2014
Gerald Smith was named the Accounting Alumni Faculty Fellow in 2014 for being generous with his time and being a positive influence in students' development. Smith largely supports departmental and college professional development activities for accounting and business students. He works with students at the Rider Hall Business Living and Learning Community and was named as one the professors at UNI who had a positive impact on first-year students' transition to university life. He first came to the University of Northern Iowa in l989 and served as Department of Accounting head for the next 15 years. He is the lead professor for Principles of Financial Accounting and Fraud Examination and has published numerous articles in academic, pedagogical and professional journals.

Tim Lindquist, 2009-2013
Tim Lindquist was named the Accounting Alumni Faculty Fellow in 2009. His scholarship has focused on behavioral research in managerial accounting, pedagogical research and generational differences. He has taught a number of accounting courses, has served as the Accounting Club faculty advisor and the Kappa Sigma fraternity faculty advisor. Students often seek him out for advice and guidance.


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Gerald Smith - Accounting Alumni Faculty Fellow

Donations from hundreds of alumni made the Accounting Alumni Faculty Fellowship possible. In 2004, the Accounting Advisory Council determined a portion of funds raised through the Accounting Alumni Annual Campaign would be designated to fund a faculty fellowship. Many individuals also made direct contributions to launch the endowment that memorializes the special relationship between alumni and the Department of Accounting.

The holder of the Faculty Fellowship is to be a professor who is giving of his or her time and is a positive influence in student development. The individual must be accessible to students beyond office hours and involved in accounting extracurricular activities.

Gerald Smith, fall 2014
Gerald Smith was named the Accounting Alumni Faculty Fellow in 2014 for being generous with his time and being a positive influence in students' development. Smith largely supports departmental and college professional development activities for accounting and business students. He works with students at the Rider Hall Business Living and Learning Community and was named as one the professors at UNI who had a positive impact on first-year students' transition to university life. He first came to the University of Northern Iowa in l989 and served as Department of Accounting head for the next 15 years. He is the lead professor for Principles of Financial Accounting and Fraud Examination and has published numerous articles in academic, pedagogical and professional journals.

Tim Lindquist, 2009-2013
Tim Lindquist was named the Accounting Alumni Faculty Fellow in 2009. His scholarship has focused on behavioral research in managerial accounting, pedagogical research and generational differences. He has taught a number of accounting courses, has served as the Accounting Club faculty advisor and the Kappa Sigma fraternity faculty advisor. Students often seek him out for advice and guidance.

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Gerald Smith - Accounting Alumni Faculty Fellow

Donations from hundreds of alumni made the Accounting Alumni Faculty Fellowship possible. In 2004, the Accounting Advisory Council determined a portion of funds raised through the Accounting Alumni Annual Campaign would be designated to fund a faculty fellowship. Many individuals also made direct contributions to launch the endowment that memorializes the special relationship between alumni and the Department of Accounting.

The holder of the Faculty Fellowship is to be a professor who is giving of his or her time and is a positive influence in student development. The individual must be accessible to students beyond office hours and involved in accounting extracurricular activities.

Gerald Smith, fall 2014
Gerald Smith was named the Accounting Alumni Faculty Fellow in 2014 for being generous with his time and being a positive influence in students' development. Smith largely supports departmental and college professional development activities for accounting and business students. He works with students at the Rider Hall Business Living and Learning Community and was named as one the professors at UNI who had a positive impact on first-year students' transition to university life. He first came to the University of Northern Iowa in l989 and served as Department of Accounting head for the next 15 years. He is the lead professor for Principles of Financial Accounting and Fraud Examination and has published numerous articles in academic, pedagogical and professional journals.

Tim Lindquist, 2009-2013
Tim Lindquist was named the Accounting Alumni Faculty Fellow in 2009. His scholarship has focused on behavioral research in managerial accounting, pedagogical research and generational differences. He has taught a number of accounting courses, has served as the Accounting Club faculty advisor and the Kappa Sigma fraternity faculty advisor. Students often seek him out for advice and guidance.

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