Robert D. Allen is a Professor and David Eccles Faculty Scholar at the University of Utah. Bob’s interest in auditing research began during his professional experience with Deloitte, Haskins & Sells in Los Angeles.
Marci Butterfield teaches introductory courses in financial and managerial accounting. She is the faculty advisor for Beta Alpha Psi. She enjoys teaching the students at the University of Utah.
Brian Cadman is an associate professor of Accounting. His research focuses on the performance measurement and corporate governance. He teaches managerial accounting to Master’s students.
Shannon L. Charles is an Associate Professor (Lecturer) of accounting at the University of Utah. She earned her PhD from Oklahoma State University in 2000.
Martha M. Eining is the Director of the School of Accounting at the University of Utah. She teaches in the area of fraud, auditing and accounting information systems at the undergraduate, graduate and Ph.D. level.
Tom Eldredge is an Associate Professor (Lecturer) in the Accounting Department and Professional Standards Partner at Grant Thornton LLP.
Atif Ellahie, Ph.D, CFA focuses on quantitative research in accounting and financial economics, and also teaches financial reporting analysis to Master of Accounting students.
Dr. Rachel Hayes is the chair of the School of Accounting. Her research interests include disclosure and the use of accounting information in compensation and other governance settings.
Before the U, Michael spent 7 years of active duty in the U.S. Air Force, was an Auditor at KPMG-Silicon Valley, a Senior Analyst with Apple Computer-R&D, and ran a consulting group at Indiana University.
Xiaoxia (Sasha) Peng is an Assistant Professor at University of Utah’s David Eccles School of Business, School of Accounting.
Scott brings to the School of Accounting 28 years of Big Four public accounting experience. He has deep client experience which translates into meaningful, hands-on experiences for students.
David Plumlee is a David Eccles Professor in the School of Accounting. He has taught in all areas of accounting, except tax. His research involves how people use information to make judgments in accounting and auditing settings.
Marlene A. Plumlee is an Associate Professor and David Eccles Faculty Fellow. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Michigan in 1997.
Richard is a visiting assistant professor in the accounting department.
Jordan is originally from Cleveland, OH. Previously he has worked for Deloitte & Touche in Washington, DC and Chicago IL. Jordan is a licensed CPA and received his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan.
Roger is the James A. Griggs Fellow at the University of Utah’s School of Accounting.
Stephen Stubben teaches and conducts research in financial accounting. His current research focuses primarily on accounting standards, firms’ application of these standards, the quality of the resulting accounting information, and how that information is used in business decisions.