Sheri Colcun-Trumpfheller, MBA, CPA
 

 
 

 
Senior Instructor of Accounting, College of Business



Senior Instructor of Accounting, College of Business

Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative at UCCS Expert, Sheri Colcun-Trumpfheller, MBA2013-2014 Ethics Project

Developed short answer and multiple choice questions for ACCT2010 and ACCT2020 that focus on the three pillars of fraud (opportunity, motivation, and rationalization). These materials are based on the text book discussion but will go farther than the authors and are available for use by all ACCT2010/2020 instructors and for inclusion in semester-end assessment tools in those courses.

Related Work in:

Ethics of Fraud

Contact: strumpfh@uccs.edu

 

October 2013 DFEI Faculty Roundtable Presentation:

Best practices regarding course content, ethics in the classroom, and handling ethical conduct in the classroom