Ryan Teeter, clinical associate professor of Business Administration in Pitt Business, and two instructors from the University of Arkansas were presented with the 2022 Innovation in Accounting Education Award by the American Accounting Association.

The association presented the award, sponsored by the Ernst & Young Foundation, at its Aug. 2, 2022, annual meeting in San Diego, for two textbooks – Data Analytics for Accounting and Introduction to Data Analytics for Accounting, both published by McGraw-Hill.

Teeter has worked with internal auditors at Siemens and Procter & Gamble and conducts research in audit automation and data analytics. He teaches accounting information systems, international accounting issues, and intermediate financial reporting.

His co-authors are Vernon J. Richardson, the Distinguished Professor of Accounting and the W. Glezen Chair in the Sam M. Walton College of Business at Arkansas, and Katie Lynette Terrell, an instructor in the Walton College.

Comments about the award-winning books included: “…these textbooks represent the very best of accounting innovation” along with “Introduction to Data Analytics for Accounting is the only book available in the current market that effectively helps students develop critical thinking skills by connecting accounting concepts with real world data sets to solve real business problems.”