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About Amy Vandenberg

Upon graduation from St. Norbert College, Amy Vandenberg was hired by Schneider National Inc., and spent seven years gaining invaluable experience in both their accounting and tax departments. Returning to her alma mater as a member of the faculty is both a privilege and honor. St. Norbert College is an integral part of her personal life as well as her professional life: Amy was married in Old St. Joseph Church,and all four of her children were baptized there.

Scholarship and research interests

Amy Vandenberg’s main research focus over the past five years has centered on the study of academic dishonesty as it relates to student behavior in the classroom. What factors affect students’ perceptions of cheating, and can student views be influenced? Currently she is expanding this study to include the relationship between student self-reported levels of entitlement and ethical perceptions. An aspect of research Amy enjoys is incorporating students into her projects, where they can participate in research, writing (journal publication) and national conference presentation.

Education

B.B.A., Accounting, St. Norbert College
M.S., Taxation, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
C.P.A., State of Wisconsin

Courses Taught

ACCT 205 Financial Accounting
ACCT 300 Volunteer Income Tax Assistance
ACCT 419 Federal Income Tax
ACCT 421 Advanced Federal Income Tax
ACCT 422 Accounting Business Combinations

About
About Amy Vandenberg

Upon graduation from St. Norbert College, Amy Vandenberg was hired by Schneider National Inc., and spent seven years gaining invaluable experience in both their accounting and tax departments. Returning to her alma mater as a member of the faculty is both a privilege and honor. St. Norbert College is an integral part of her personal life as well as her professional life: Amy was married in Old St. Joseph Church,and all four of her children were baptized there.

Scholarship and research interests

Amy Vandenberg’s main research focus over the past five years has centered on the study of academic dishonesty as it relates to student behavior in the classroom. What factors affect students’ perceptions of cheating, and can student views be influenced? Currently she is expanding this study to include the relationship between student self-reported levels of entitlement and ethical perceptions. An aspect of research Amy enjoys is incorporating students into her projects, where they can participate in research, writing (journal publication) and national conference presentation.

Education

B.B.A., Accounting, St. Norbert College
M.S., Taxation, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
C.P.A., State of Wisconsin

Courses
Courses Taught

ACCT 205 Financial Accounting
ACCT 300 Volunteer Income Tax Assistance
ACCT 419 Federal Income Tax
ACCT 421 Advanced Federal Income Tax
ACCT 422 Accounting Business Combinations

Amy Vandenberg
Amy Vandenberg
Assistant Professor of Business Administration – Accounting; Discipline Coordinator of Accounting
Emailamy.vandenberg@snc.edu
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