Ryan A. Teeter
Clinical Associate Professor of Business Administration


236 Mervis Hall


Ryan Teeter has always been an advocate of innovative technology. He co-authored his first internationally published technology textbook at age 19 and developed training curriculum for Google in Mountain View, California. In the classroom, he is a champion and enabler of instructional technology and online learning environments. Currently, Ryan specializes in remote auditing, business process and controls monitoring, assurance automation and auditing education. He has developed databases and reporting systems for the American Red Cross and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and helped implement continuous monitoring solutions at Siemens and Procter & Gamble. His research examines the technological and behavioral challenges of systems implementation and auditor technology adoption.

Awards and Honors

  • Best Paper Award, SET Section, AAA Annual Meeting, August 2010.
  • Best Paper Award, SET Section, AAA Annual Meeting, August 2008.
  • Fellow, AAA/Deloitte/J. Michael Cook Doctoral Consortium, June 2010

Professional Service and Activities

Volunteer with the American Red Cross

Consulting Activities

Internal Audit Consultant with Siemens, Procter & Gamble, and Johnson & Johnson
Consultant, AICPA Assurance Services Executive Committee
Online homework and curriculum developer, John Wiley & Sons


  • PhD, Accounting Information Systems, Rutgers University
  • BS, Accounting, Utah Valley University

Recent Publications

Teeter, R.A., M.G. Alles, and M.A. Vasarhelyi. 2010. The Remote Audit. Journal of Emerging Technology in Accounting, 7(1), 73.

Vasarhelyi, M.A., R.A. Teeter, and J.P. Krahel. 2010. Auditing Education and the Real-Time Economy. Issues in Accounting Education, 25(3), 405.

Teeter, R.A. and Whelan-Berry, K.S. 2008. My firm versus our firm: the challenge of change in small, growing professional service firms. Journal of Business Inquiry, 7(1): 41-52.

Teeter, R.A. and K.B. Barksdale. 2009. Google Sites and Chrome For Dummies. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Teeter, R.A., and K.B. Barksdale, 2008. Google Apps For Dummies. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Recent Working Papers

Teeter, R.A. and M.A. Vasarhelyi. Audit Theory and Assurance Automation.

Vasarhelyi, M.A., R.A. Teeter, B. Titera, and J.D. Warren. The Lego Audit: Data Standardization and Audit Apps.

Teeter, R.A. and J.D. Warren. Enabling the distance audit at a large consumer goods firm.

Teeter, R.A. and D. Moon. Bulletproof monitoring: providing assurance through data integrity and hybrid access control.

Teeter, R.A. and G. Brennan. Aiding the audit: using the IT audit as a springboard for continuous controls monitoring.

Academic Area


Personal Interests

In his spare time, Ryan loves to travel with his wife, Erin, and enjoy the great outdoors. He has traveled to all 50 United States and more than a dozen countries. He is an avid cyclist, rock climber, water skier, and scuba diver. He loves gadgets and technologies that help him be a better book reader, communicator, mentor, author and teacher.