Research, Teaching and Professional Awards
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Authors Collection. Golda Meir Library Recognition Ceremony. 2006 and 2000.
Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business Executive MBA Teacher of the Year. 2005.
Beta Gamma Sigma, Honorary Member. 1994.
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Beta Alpha Psi Accounting Fraternity “Educator of the Year”. 1991.
Business Advisory Council’s Excellence in Teaching Award. 1990.
Beta Alpha Psi Accounting Fraternity, Honorary Member Award. 1990.
Golden Key National Honor Society, Honorary Member Award. 1989.
American Accounting Association Doctoral Consortium Representative. 1986.
Graduate Fellow, Temple University, School of Business, 1984 – 1985.
Capital Preventative Maintenance. Midwest Regional University Transportation Center. Co-Principal. 2002-2004. $81,421.
Social Entrepreneurship: Implications for Accounting and Financial Management. Nonprofit Management Fund. 2002-2004 $20,000.
Ensuring Quality Leadership. GE Fund. Co-Principal (with B. Kritek). 1996-2000.
Collaborative Research Grant between UWM Schools of Business and Education. $450,000.
Current Developments in Multistate Taxation. 1997. Deloitte & Touche Multistate
Tax Center, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. $7,500.
A Cost Benefit Study of the Impact of Technology on Health Care Providers and Payors. (with K. Lassila). 1995. $6,250.
A Case Study of Financial Reporting Information Needs and Capabilities of a Large University Department. University of Wisconsin – Madison, Facilities Planning & Management. 1994. $5,000.
An Assessment of Student Quality: Do Academic Indicators Predict Success After Graduation? (with G. Saemann) University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Office of the Chancellor. 1993. $3,300.
Political and Economic Incentives to Implement Accounting Innovations in State and Local Governments. University of Wisconsin Milwaukee School of Business Center for Business Competitiveness. 1992. $500.
A Report on Video Lottery in the State of Wisconsin. Wisconsin Amusement and Music Operators Association. (with D. Craig). Results of our study were referenced in legislative deliberations on gambling during the 1991-92 Wisconsin legislative session. 1991. $5,000.
Sole-Sourcing Video Lottery Equipment: The Economic Impact on Machine Operators. American Music Operators Association. (with D. Craig). Results of this research were reported to the national organization of suppliers of video lottery equipment. 1991. $5,000.
Colleges and Universities Adaptation for Survival. (with S. Robbins). University of Wisconsin Milwaukee School of Business Center for Business Competitiveness. 1991. $2000.
Sloan Foundation Blended Learning. 2007-2010. Sloan Foundation (with B. Kaleta and L. Pedrick). $500,000
International Accounting and Tax Standards: A Global Perspective. 2001. University of Wisconsin System Council on International Business Education (CIBER) Grant. 2001. (with C. Bauman and M. Sagrillo). $2,700.
Course Development: Advanced International Accounting and Taxation. 2001. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Center for International Education. 2001. (with C. Bauman and G. Saemann) $9,000.
Hybrid Course Development. 2000. $3,500. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.