Dr. Sandra Richtermeyer, Ph.D,, CPA (Colorado), CMA
- Chair, Accountancy and Business Law and Professor of Accountancy, Accountancy and Business Law
- Chair, Accountancy and Business Law and Professor of Accountancy, College Administration
- Director of Faculty Programs, Mission and Identity Programs
First Year at Xavier University:
- B.S., University of Wyoming M.S., M.B.A., Ph.D. –
- University of Colorado
Accounting information systems, managerial accounting, nonprofit accounting, corporate governance
Previous Academic Positions: University of Wyoming 1997-2004
Fleischman, G. and S. Richtermeyer 2005. Tax planning strategies to avoid intermediate sanctions on nonprofit organizations. Forthcoming in The Tax Adviser, Summer 2005, AICPA.
Mauldin, E. and S. Richtermeyer. 2004. An Analysis of ERP Annual Report Disclosures. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems. December. Volume 5, Issue 4.
Siegel, G., J. Sorensen and S. Richtermeyer. 2003. Being a Business Partner. Strategic Finance. September.
Siegel, G., J. Sorensen and S. Richtermeyer. 2003. How to be a Business Partner. Strategic Finance. October.
Richtermeyer, S., A. Chmura, and K. Walker. 2003. A collaborative approach to 21st century business technology education. Journal of Business and Economics Research. March.
Bradford, M. and Richtermeyer S. 2002. Realizing value in ERP. Journal of Cost Management 16 (March/April).
Technology enablement, performance measurement, professional issues for management accountants
Current professional activities:
Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) Professor-in-Residence 2004-2006 (www.imanet.org)
President, IMA Foundation for Applied Research
Member of IMA National Board of Directors – 2002-present
Currently serving on the Beta Alpha Psi National Advisory Forum (www.bap.org)
American Accounting Association Government and Nonprofit Section – regional coordinator for Ohio
Awards and previous professional activities:
2005-present – Xavier University Accountancy Advisory Board Professorship
2002-2004 Chair of National Committee on Students –Institute of Management Accountants
2002-2003 Outstanding Junior Teaching Award – University of Wyoming, College of Business
2003 Microsoft Business Solutions – Pinnacle Award
2000 University of Wyoming Mortar Board Top Prof Award
2000 Beta Alpha Psi Outstanding Faculty Award
1999 University of Wyoming Outstanding Junior Teaching Award
1999 University of Wyoming Outstanding Junior Research Award
1999 University of Wyoming Mortar Board Top Prof Award
1998, Recipient of American Accounting Association Government and Nonprofit Section Best Dissertation Award: Nonprofit Accounting.