PhD Accounting, University of Arizona
MAcc Accounting, University of Arizona
MA Economics, University of Nevada
BS Economics, Utah State University
BS History, Utah State University
Research and Teaching Interests
Forensic AccountingFinancial Accounting
Cindy Durtschi is an award-winning teacher and researcher in the fields of financial and forensic accounting. Durtschi received the 2006 American Accounting Association Innovation in Audit Education Award for her published case in forensic accounting, "The Tallahassee Bean Counters: A Problem-Based Learning Case in Forensic Auditing." She continues to publish forensic accounting cases that are used in classrooms around the world.
Durtschi has published in forensic accounting as well as capital markets. Her articles appear in the Journal of Accounting Research, Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance, Journal of Forensic Accounting, Issues in Accounting Education as well as other accounting and finance journals. She is currently on the editorial board for both the Journal of Forensic and Investigative Accounting and Issues in Accounting Education. She has given invited lectures in forensic accounting to professional and student groups throughout the U.S. and in Europe. She currently serves as president of the Forensic and Investigative Accounting section of the American Accounting Association.