Department of Business, Accounting, and Economics
University of Cincinnati, PhD
The Ohio State University, B.S. and B.A.
Wright State University, MBA Research and Teaching Interests
- Improved and innovative teaching and learning models
- Practices in the classroom
- Accounting education
Professional Affiliations and Awards
- Member of the Ohio Region of the AAA
- Presenter and chair of panels on Innovations in Accounting Education
- Application of L. Dee Fink's model of "significant learning."
- Organized and directed "Ohio Master Teachers" panels at the AAA Ohio and Annual AAA meeting.
David K. Dennis, Ph.D., C.P.A., received a B.S. and B.A. from The Ohio State University, an MBA from Wright State University, and a Ph.D. from the University of Cincinnati, all in accounting. His professional work experience includes public accounting and industry work experience with a large CPA firm and as a controller for a television station. he has consulted for the World Bank for the Government of Jamaica, and as a forensic investigator and expert witness for various governmental agencies. He has been a long time advocate for improved and innovative teaching and learning models, practices in the classroom, and in accounting education in general. As a member of the Ohio Region of the AAA, he has participated as a presenter and chair of panels on Innovations in Accounting Education. His current interest is in the application of L. Dee Fink's model of "significant learning." Recently, he has organized and directed "Ohio Master Teachers" panels at the AAA Ohio and Annual AAA meetings.