Amy Sheneman, assistant professor of accounting and management information systems at Fisher, has been recognized for her contributions to accounting education through research.

Sheneman and her colleagues, Leslie Hodder and Patrick Hopkins, both of Indiana University, received a research grant totaling $25,000 from the International Associated for Accounting Education and Research (IAAER). Their proposal, “An Investigation of Accounting Measurement as a Function of Intent, and Intent as a Function of Accounting Measurement,” was one of five research projects to receive a grant.

The grants are part of a project to inform the International Accounting Standards Board about standard-setting initiatives. Funding for the grants was provided by the KPMG Foundation and KPMG International. The research projects will be presented nationally and internationally at events in Miami and London.

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