Teaching Professor, Accountancy
Michael Meyer is an Associate Professional Specialist and will be coordinating the Principles of Accounting courses. He previously was an Associate Professor at Ohio University where he earned a variety of teaching honors, including the 2007 College of Business Teaching and Learning Award and the 2007 and 2009 School of Accountancy Advisory Council Innovation in Teaching Award. Meyer’s current research includes studies on the role of corporate governance on voluntary financial statement disclosures, the role of auditor attachment on biases in auditor judgment, and various educational and practitioner related topics.
Meyer earned his BBA from the University of Notre Dame in 1988, his Masters of Accountancy from Virginia Tech in 1993, and his Doctorate of Business Administration from Mississippi State in 1998. Prior to pursuing a career in academia, he spent three years as a CPA at the public accounting firm of BDO Seidman.