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Allison Ambrose, PhD

Professor


Dr. Allison Ambrose teaches both undergraduate and graduate accounting courses in the Master of Accounting program.

Her doctoral expertise is in higher education studies, which includes investigating all types of phenomenon that occur in today's higher education setting.

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Education and Training


  • PhD, Illinois State University Educational Administration
  • BA, MA, University of Iowa Accounting

Areas of Professional Interest


  • Accounting Education
  • Contemporary Higher Education Issues
  • Financial Aid Policy for College Students

Highlights and Published Work


Poster Presentation, Student Characteristics of Merit Aid Recipients: Differences by Gender, Race and Socioeconomics, Annual Conference, Association for the Study of Higher Education (2010)

Presenter, Student Characteristics of Merit Aid Recipients: Structural and Human Agency Determinants Across Time. Annual Conference, American Educational Research Association (2010)

Presenter, A Case Study Comparison of Lithuanian and US Maters Students, European Studies Conference. University of Nebraska at Omaha. (2009)

Presenter, Student Characteristics of Merit Aid Recipients: Structural and Human Agency Determinants, Annual Conference, Student Financial Aid Research Network. (2009)

Presenter, The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business: Its Changing Role as an Accrediting Body, Annual Meeting, Midwest History of Education Society. (2008)

Co-presenter, Recession, Retrenchment, and Recovery: State Higher Education Funding and Student Financial Aid (Phase II), Annual Meeting, Association for the Study of Higher Education. (2006)

Co-presenter, States, Sectors and Students: the Impact of Merit Aid on Access and Enrollment, Annual Meeting, Association for the Study of Higher Education. (2006)

Co-presenter, The Bologna Process and US-EU University Cooperation - Opportunities and Challenges, European Studies Conference, University of Nebraska at Omaha. (2006)

Co-presenter, Recession, Retrenchment, and Recovery: State Higher Education Funding and Student Financial Aid, Annual Meeting, Association for the Study of Higher Education. (2005)

Selected for the Association for the Study of Higher Education/Lumina Foundation Fellowship Program (2008)


More About Allison Ambrose

Courses Taught

Accounting Principles I
Intermediate Accounting III
Auditing
International Accounting (MAcc)
Social Auditing (MAcc)
Accounting for Managers (MBA)
Leadership Through People Skills (MBA)

Contact


Allison Ambrose

Accounting
McMullen Hall 217E
518 W. Locust St.
Davenport, IA 52803
563-333-6155
AmbroseAllisonS@sau.edu

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