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Douglas E. Ziegenfuss, professor of accounting at Old Dominion University, was named a "Super CPA Educator" by Virginia Business magazine.

The annual list, published in the November edition of the magazine, highlights 10 educators throughout the state who exhibit teaching excellence in the accounting field.

An ODU faculty member since 1989, Ziegenfuss is chair of the accounting department. He received his doctorate from Virginia Commonwealth University, a master's degree in accounting from American University and a bachelor's degree in philosophy and history from Mount Saint Mary's College. He has eight years of auditing experience, principally in the public utility and waste management areas. Ziegenfuss holds the following professional designations: CPA, CMA, CIA, CFE, CGFM, CCSA, CISA and Cr.FA.

Ziegenfuss, the author of two books and 23 articles on audit-related subjects, routinely gives programs on a variety of accounting-related topics. His research investigates internal auditor ethical decision-making, audit quality, fraud examination, forensic accounting and teaching assurance services.

This article was posted on: November 20, 2006

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