Richard Dunie

Richard  Dunie
  • Assistant Professor (Lecturer), Finance Department, University of Utah

Biography

Education

  • BA 1972, English Literature, Northwestern University
  • MBA 1978, Accounting, New York University. Project: Solving Pricing Dilemma Sweet's Division McGraw-Hill
  • M.Ph. 2005, Accounting, University of Utah

Honors & Awards

  • Teaching excellence. Sigma Chi fraternity, 2007
  • Doctoral Consortium Fellow (In recognition of participation in the American Accounting Association Doctoral Consortium). American Accounting Association, 1996

Biography

I am originally from Cincinnati, Ohio. I received a BA from Northwestern University in 1972 with a major in English literature. After exploring the world for four years, I returned to school and received an MBA from New York University in 1978. I worked in various accounting and finance positions in the oil industry for fifteen years. In 1993, I came to the University of Utah to begin the PhD program in Accounting. I have been at the University of Utah since then and currently teach full-time as an Assistant Professor Lecturer.