Faculty Associate | Accounting and Information Systems
4117D Grainger Hall
(608) 262-0316

Biography

Upon graduating with a Master of Accountancy from UW Madison in 2000, Kristen spent seven years in public accounting before moving into an industry position for three years. Kristen holds her CPA license in the state of Wisconsin.

Teaching

Undergraduate Courses

Accountancy Internship and Practice Research (AIS 600), Spring 2010. Download Syllabus
The internship program represents an opportunity for students to experience a professional accounting practice first hand and to integrate this experience with their formal education.

Accountancy Internship and Practice Research (ACCT 600), Spring 2011. Download Syllabus
The internship program represents an opportunity for students to experience a professional accounting practice first hand and to integrate this experience with their formal education.

Accountancy Internship and Practice Research (ACCT 600), Spring 2013.
The internship program represents an opportunity for students to experience a professional accounting practice first hand and to integrate this experience with their formal education.

Intermediate Financial Reporting II (ACCT 302), Summer 2013.
xamines current and emerging financial accounting theory and techniques used to measure and report financial information to investors, creditors, and other external users, including dilutive securities, investments, revenue recognition, income tax allocation, pensions, leases and accounting changes.

Intermediate Financial Reporting II (ACCT 302), Summer 2011. Download Syllabus
Examines current and emerging financial accounting theory and techniques used to measure and report financial information to investors, creditors, and other external users, including dilutive securities, investments, revenue recognition, income tax allocation, pensions, leases and accounting changes.

Intermediate Financial Reporting II (AIS 302), Spring 2012.
Examines current and emerging financial accounting theory and techniques used to measure and report financial information to investors, creditors, and other external users, including dilutive securities, investments, revenue recognition, income tax allocation, pensions, leases and accounting changes.

Intermediate Financial Reporting II (AIS 302), Spring 2012.
Examines current and emerging financial accounting theory and techniques used to measure and report financial information to investors, creditors, and other external users, including dilutive securities, investments, revenue recognition, income tax allocation, pensions, leases and accounting changes.

Intermediate Financial Reporting II (AIS 302), Summer 2012.
Examines current and emerging financial accounting theory and techniques used to measure and report financial information to investors, creditors, and other external users, including dilutive securities, investments, revenue recognition, income tax allocation, pensions, leases and accounting changes.

Intermediate Financial Reporting I (AIS 301), Fall 2012.
Examines current and emerging financial accounting theory and techniques used to measure and report financial information to investors, creditors, and other external users. Emphasizes asset and income determination, preparation and interpretation of financial statements, and related disclosure requirements.

Intermediate Financial Reporting I (AIS 301), Fall 2012.
Examines current and emerging financial accounting theory and techniques used to measure and report financial information to investors, creditors, and other external users. Emphasizes asset and income determination, preparation and interpretation of financial statements, and related disclosure requirements.

Intermediate Financial Reporting I (AIS 301), Summer 2012.
Examines current and emerging financial accounting theory and techniques used to measure and report financial information to investors, creditors, and other external users. Emphasizes asset and income determination, preparation and interpretation of financial statements, and related disclosure requirements.

Financial Reporting I (AIS 301), Fall 2011. Download Syllabus
Examines current and emerging financial accounting theory and techniques used to measure and report financial information to investors, creditors, and other external users. Emphasizes asset and income determination, preparation and interpretation of financial statements, and related disclosure requirements.

Intermediate Financial Reporting I (ACCT 301), Summer 2011. Download Syllabus
Examines current and emerging financial accounting theory and techniques used to measure and report financial information to investors, creditors, and other external users. Emphasizes asset and income determination, preparation and interpretation of financial statements, and related disclosure requirements.

Intermediate Accounting (AIS 301), Fall 2010. Download Syllabus
Examines current and emerging financial accounting theory and techniques used to measure and report financial information to investors, creditors, and other external users. Emphasizes asset and income determination, preparation and interpretation of financial statements, and related disclosure requirements.

Graduate Courses

Financial Reporting I (AIS 701), Fall 2010.